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Pros and Cons of Vitrified Tiles Design of Flooring

Vitrified tiles are almost similar to ceramic tiles; the only difference is that it is better than that. It is a type of tile that has been through the process of vitrification which avails it really low porosity making it very lower water absorption rate. Vitrified tiles are very strong and hard and not to forget its one of the best qualities. Coming to the comparative point of view, highly qualitative vitrified tiles have a competitive edge over natural granite or marble tiles making it a really commendable choice for the residential places these days. Well, however good and beneficial any of the things are, nothing can be totally perfect. Everything has some of the glittering parts along with having their bad ones as well. Let’s explore both the sides to make an informed decision for your home flooring.

Pros of Vitrified Floor Tiles Design

1)    Durable

When made a comparative study with marble, granite and ceramic, these tiles flooring is comparatively a durable option. It lasts longer then all these options.

2)    Easy Cleaning

One of the upper hand this flooring option has is easy cleaning. No one likes to spend half of their life just keeping their floor look neat and clean.

3)    Bright

A sparkling and glossy floor having vitrified tiles will make your entire home look much brighter as compared with the less reflective or matt finished tiles. It will underlay the excess amount of the light.

4)    Thick

These tiles don’t give a shabby look with thick layering. As compared with granite, marble, and such other natural materials, vitrified tiles are 50% less thick.

5)    Non-porous

These tiles have a relatively lesser amount of water absorption rate which makes them highly stain resistant.

6)    Cost-effective

With such bulk of qualities also, these tiles are actually very much cost effective not making a deep hole in your pocket.

Cons of Vitrified Floor Tiles Design

1)    Slippery floor

These floor tile designs are extremely slippery especially when it comes to being the floor wet.

2)    Not an environment friendly option

The process of manufacturing these tiles creates a huge expenditure of energy and also carbon dioxide which makes this type of flooring a non eco-friendly option. So, if you are a nature lover, you probably don’t want to install this in your home.

3)    Expensive installation

It really needs the assistance of an expert to get this tiles installed in your home. The installation needs to be even, thin and needs to have neat joints between the tiles which cannot be done without the aid of an expert making the installation process to be expensive.

4)    Repair

If in the course of use any of the tile gets damaged, it has to be removed by cutting the grout lines on the sides. The problem is while doing so, the surrounding tiles can also get damaged. Also, the problem is you might find the same tile after a passage of few years. 

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