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The amount of tile you need will vary depending on the cuts you making and the pattern or layout. Generally, you should order 10-20% more tile than the area you plan to cover.
Porcelain: Very affordable, lightweight, and durable. These are great for floor or shower tiles but have many more purposes. Porcelain comes in many textures and finishes -- including textures that mimic stone or wood looks.
Stone: Tiles made of stone tend to be more expensive but provide a beautiful, natural look. They are very durable but some stone can stain.
Glass: Tiles made of glass can be expensive, but they create a new level of depth and light reflectivity. Glass is perfect for backsplashes and shower. They come in a wider variety of bright colors than ceramic or porcelain materials.
Ceramic: These tiles are lightweight and very affordable. You can get the classic subway tile look with ceramic tiles. Painted ceramic tiles can add a eclectic flavor or bright colors to your project.
Installing tile is a pretty easy process, but a professional can do an incredible job very quickly. Always make sure you follow all local, state, and federal regulations regarding your home improvement project. If you are unsure, consult a licensed contractor.
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Tile is very heavy and ships from local warehouses. Depending on where you live, orders can take 3-5 business days to arrive. We'll be in touch as soon as we have your order arranged. Tile is almost always shipped for curbside delivery, so be prepared to have someone present for arrival. Leave us a note on your order if you have specific shipping instructions.
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