Porcelain Tile Wood – Montana Wenge comes with elegant graphics resembling dark hardwood floors with subtle design. It’s a tile that stands out with interesting color features. Montana Wenge has a background color that looks dark grey nex to brown but brown next to grey. It’s a beautiful porcelain tile with an upscale look. However, it can complement most modern style interiors.
Dark Wood Looks Classy.
No matter what interior style you choose, classy is an upscale feel that you may want to add to it. Dark color floors and wall are the common elements of such feel: like the dark floors of an expensive store or dark color bathrooms of an upscale building. Porcelain Tile Wood- Montana Wenge has a color scale that can add an upscale tag to any interior. Plus, it comes for a significantly lower cost and maintenance than the real wood.
Porcelain Tile Wood – Montana Series Tiles are also available in Walnut, Ash, Maple, colors.
Superior features of porcelain tiles are redefining the use of the beauty of the wood look in living spaces. Since porcelain tile wood performs well in wet areas. Most of these tiles have been inspiring many people also for bathrooms designs. Montana Wenge would definitely make a statement in a bathroom.
Porcelain Tile Wood – Montana Wenge’s Water Absorption and PEI
The hardness of the tile is measured by its water absorption. Moreover, water absorption is the only distinction between ceramic and porcelain tile. Ceramic products with water absorption of 0.5% and lower are porcelain tiles. Therefore water absorption is the only technical value to determine a tile’s durability. Porcelain tile wood Montana Wenge comes with water absorption of 0.5% or below. It’s a very tough tile.
Glaze is the last layer of most tiles. It largely consists of liquid glass. It can be matte or glossy.
PEI measures the glaze’s abrasion under foot traffic on a scale I to V. It doesn’t indicate scratch resistance or the durability of the tile. Porcelain tiles are extremely tough products. As much as the durability of the tile depends on its hardness, it also depends on the quality of the installation and the setting materials. PEI-III for residential, PEI-IV for light commercial areas such as restaurant, stores, etc and PEI-V is for extreme foot traffics areas such as malls and airports. Montana Wenge comes with PEI-III