Porcelain Floors

Porcelain

Wood and Stone Ltd supply and install a huge range of porcelain floors. From small mosaics and brick effect tiles to standard 300mm x 600mm / 600mm x 600mm sized tiles, right up to larger format 800mm x 800mm matt or polished tiles for large open plan areas.

Our porcelain tiles come in matt and polished finishes as well as contemporary square edged tiles or distressed and tumbled porcelains which have the appearance and texture of natural limestone, marbles and travertine.

Examples of our porcelain samples to come and see at our showroom and borrow to peruse in your own home are:

Contemporary

Stone effect

Cement effect

Polished

Wood effect

Antiqued effect

Italy, Spain and UK

We source our products from the leading porcelain tile factories in Italy and Spain and our UK suppliers stock an extensive selection from contemporary and modern, to stone or cement effect, with polished and natural finishes available, in various size options, and new lines being introduced all the time.

Our competitive porcelain prices go hand in hand with our high level of customer service, unbeatable quality and with next day delivery available.

Ceramic Material

Porcelain is a type of ceramic material that is harder and denser than other types of ceramics. All ceramic tiles are made from clay that is formed and then baked in a kiln at high temperature, resulting in a material that is hard and resistant to wear. Porcelain tiles are made from fine-textured porcelain clay and fired at a much higher temperature than other clays. The finished product has a tougher and less porous surface than other ceramics. Porcelain is usually selected for flooring purposes, despite its higher price, for its hardwearing nature. Porcelain can be used in both wet and dry areas such as bathrooms, showers and kitchens. 

Porcelain tiles are extremely durable, and their hard surface is resistant to scratches and scrapes. If extra tiles are on hand, broken tiles are relatively easy to replace. Ceramic tiles, especially porcelain, are resistant to water and are well suited to installation in wet areas of the home.