Ceramic : Ceramic tile is made from clay materials pressed into a mould under extreme pressure. It can come in a variety of colours, textures, and glazed or non-glazed finishes. It is best suited for low-impact areas such as backsplashes.
Porcelain : Porcelain is one of the hardest stones; it is naturally stained and water resistant. Like ceramic, it can come glazed or unglazed and come in various colour options. It can be used for flooring or countertops.
Marble : Marble’s signature trait is its sporadic and beautiful veining. It has a highly polished surface and is available in many colours. Because it is more porous, marble is not recommended for kitchen floors and is better suited for areas with less moisture.
Natural Stone : Quarried, cut, and finished, natural stone comes with many variations and characteristics that are destined to match your needs. This can be used for walls and floors.
Slate : Dense and very durable, slate gives off beautifully dark and natural tones. Although it can be polished, many choose slate for its natural texture. It is a great option for your kitchen or high foot traffic areas as it is non-slip and heat resistant.
Granite : Granite is an extremely hard and dense stone. It is known for the speckled materials found within it, its unique veining, and the generous selection of colours it comes in. Granite is impermeable and after polishing, is scratch resistant. It is a common choice for kitchens and other high-traffic areas.