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SDX6430
50~999/square meter
$10.00
1000~1999/square meter
$5.00
≥2000/square meter
$4.50
Quick Details
OEM:
Available
Sample:
Available
Port:
Foshan
Payment:
PayPal,L/C,T/T
Place of Origin:
China
Supply Ability:
100000 square meter per day
Quick Details
  • FEATURE
    Porcelain Tile
  • size
    60X120 - 24”X48”, 60x60 - 24”X24”, 30x60 - 12”X24”
  • color
    White /Almond /Grey /Dark Grey
  • FINISH
    POLISH /MATT
  • USAGE
    Wall /Floor /Residential /Commercial /Light Traffic Area
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After-sale Service: Online technical support
Luster: GLOSSY
Application: Living Room, Hotel lobby / Living room / dinning room
Function: Acid-Resistant, Antibacterial, Heat Insulation, Firebrick
Texture: Stone Imitation Texture
Occasion: Room
Design Style: Modern
Usage: Interior Tiles
Tile Type: Floor Tiles, Wall Tiles


Supply Ability
Supply Ability
20000 Square Meter/Square Meters per Day Non-slip rustic porcelain tile


Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
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Product Description

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Porcelain vs Marble Tile: The Pros & Cons of Each with Example Designs
There are so many good tile choices out there that it can be hard for a homeowner or business owner to make a decision on whether to buy porcelain or marble tiles. While the two materials can even look like each other at times (especially when porcelain is made to mimic marble on purpose), they are two completely different materials. Before you choose one over the other, it's important to know the pros and cons of each so you can make an informed decision. Here are some things to consider before you start your next project.
#1 Pros and Cons: Cost Comparison 
Typically, pros and cons are evaluated on exact criteria, like cost or durability. However, with such a wide range of marbles and porcelain tiles, the criteria can end up being pretty even depending on the exact choice. For instance, Carrara marble is less expensive than Calacatta or Statuario, and it's typically easier to install than some porcelains. Thus, although porcelain tends to be a less expensive material to buy, when you add the cost to install (which needs a special grout) the total cost can end up being on par with some marbles. The range for porcelain tile, for both material and installation, can range from $8 to $15 dollars per square foot. In comparison, marble cost and installation can range from $9 to $24. Thus, in terms of pros, porcelain is a less expensive material than marble, but that's only true when you don't consider the choice of marble and the installation costs. Marble is a luxury material, but it also is heavier and of higher quality than porcelain. 
#2 Pros and Cons: Maintenance 
Porcelain is a very hard material that is often glazed. The fact that is a dense material with a glaze makes it water resistant, stain resistant, and less likely to fade than marble. Marble, on the other hand, is more porous and can soak up stains or even become etched with acidic liquids. That's why marble has to be sealed regularly against such accidents, particularly if you put it in the kitchen. In terms of maintenance, though, again it depends on the porcelain tile you choose. If you pick a highly textured porcelain tile, like this one, it can become chipped or be difficult to clean.
#3 Pros and Cons: Aesthetics 
Marble has always been associated with timeless beauty, but there is no reason you can't love a porcelain pattern as well. It's really up to you what you find more pleasing. However, marble has a wide appeal to so many people that it even increases the resale value of your home, unlike porcelain tiles. They have no effect on the resale value of the home. Porcelain is also hard on the feet and very cold to stand on, so that some people prefer the softer feel of marble floors. So, despite the fact that they both are beautiful materials, one is more marketable and profitable to install in the home than the other, when it comes to selling your home. Honestly, wouldn't you want to buy a house more if you saw this luscious kitchen all done in marble?

 

Company Profile
Contigo Ceramics is part of Jinyi Group, the world leader in the production of ceramic and  porcelain tiles for residential, retail and industrial projects. 25 years’experience and present in almost 100 countries worldwide,operating in accordance with firmly-consolidated values of innovation and quality.By having the creations of brilliant R&D,and advantages of production in the famous town of ceramics,Nanzhuang,Contigo Ceramics has evolved to a global manufacturer and distributor for design solutions.

Contigo Ceramics, a fashion lifestyle brand that will make your project dream design a reality.

 

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FAQ
1. how can we guarantee quality?
Always a pre-production sample before mass production;
Always final Inspection before shipment;
2.When can you deliver the goods?
Within Deposit ,7 days for stock items ,20-25 days for production.
3. What's your MOQ?
For stock items, no MOQ requirement, for OEM items, 0.5 container/item.
4.Samples is available?
A:Free sample is available ,customers need to pay the courier charge ,this charge can be deducted from the PI value of confirmed order.
5.How do I know your quality?
High solution detailed photos and free sample will be able to verify our quality.
6.Are you a trading company or factory?
We're factory. We manufacture products ourselves.
7. what services can we provide?
Accepted Delivery Terms: FOB,CFR,CIF,EXW;
Accepted Payment Currency:USD,CNY;
Accepted Payment Type: PayPal,L/C,T/T;
Language Spoken:English,Chinese.

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