Getting to choose the type of material that your home is constructed of, is one of the exciting parts about owning a house. In his new blog post, Callum Chester explores the topic of porcelain tiling for both indoor and outdoor use. He explains the basics of porcelain tiles, provides suggestions on where they see the most value for the money spent and highlights examples of work already completed through visual aids that spark creativity to get your project started.

Key Takeaways:

  • As opposed to traditional ceramic, porcelain tiles are more long-lasting due to the materials and temperature it’s manufactured.
  • Due to their reliability, porcelain tiles work best in areas with the most foot traffic, like hallways and gardens.
  • The best type of porcelain tiles depends on where the tiles will be used. For example, outdoor areas look best with natural-styled designs.

“Porcelain is a strong and durable material, which is usually used for floor spaces.”

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