A ceramic surfacing unit, usually relatively thin in relation to facial area, made from clay or a mixture or a mixture of clay and other ceramic materials called the body of the tile, and having either a glazed or unglazed face. Fired at a temperature sufficiently high enough to produce specific physical properties and characteristics.
Special machine to cut ceramic tile.
Open-joint drain tiles laid to distribute septic tank effluent over an absorption area or to provide subsoil drainage in wet areas.
Tile grout, unsanded
Tile mortar, thin-set
Special pliers that nibble away little bites of ceramic tile to create small, irregular or curved cuts.
A water-cooled power saw with a metal and diamond blade, used to cut tile.
A durable, inexpensive type of tile used primarily in high traffic commercial locations.
Extensively used tile made form clay.
Durable and resilient tile made form natural or synthetic rubber, typically used to cover hard surfaces (such as concrete) in commercial areas.