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Porcelain Tile

The most durable floors, ceramic tile and stone have been around since the dawn of history. Being about the most durable materials you can use, porcelain tile can be one of the least expensive flooring options.High quality tile, whether called porcelain or ceramic, is fired longer at a higher temperature so it is harder, denser and more impervious to water than "soft" tiles. A glazed tile has been surface coated on the top side with glass which bonds to the clay when the materials are fired. Both ceramic and porcelain tiles may be glazed or unglazed. Glazed tiles are already permanently sealed with glass so this regular maintenance is not required. But the grout lines must be resealed periodically even in glazed tile.