Wood Plank Porcelain Tile Avondale comes with an elegant design that resembles light wood floors in earth tones. This tile mimics a real wood character with slight transitions of the background color, rather than knots and swirls. It also has some white grains within the texture. Avondale is among Spanish manufacturer TAU’s high-end wood-look collections.
If you are looking for light color wood floors in earth tones, Avondale is a beautiful option. 8×48 rectified porcelain tile from Spain
Wood Plank Porcelain Tile Avondale is everything you expect from a high-quality tile and more.
Modern porcelain tiles with multiple prints. A high number of prints (faces) indicates high quality. Whereas most wood-look tiles come with 6 to 12 faces, Wood Plank Porcelain Tile Avondale comes with 45 faces. Therefore, it’s very difficult for the eye to catch the repetition. Besides, it measures a DCOF >0.42 value that complies with wet areas standards.
Since porcelain tiles are 100% waterproof products, Designing bathroom and kitchen floors with wood-look tiles is a trend on the rise. Moreover, DCOF>0.42 value makes the Avondale a safer solution for wet areas.
Ceramic tiles with water absorption of 0.5% and lower are categorized as porcelain tiles. Therefore, water absorption is what indicates the hardness of the porcelain tile. Wood Plank Porcelain Tile Avondale comes with water absorption of 0.1% or below. Most ceramic and porcelain tiles are glazed products. PEI is an abrasion value that indicates the wear and tear of the glazed surface on a scale from 1 to 5. The recommended value for residential surfaces is PEI3, for commercial surfaces is PEI4. PEI 5 is recommended for extreme foot traffic areas such as malls or airports. Most porcelain tiles are made within the PEI 3-4 rate. A PEI3 porcelain tile will last much longer than a PEI4 ceramic tile. Wood Plank Porcelain Tile Avondale’s PEI value is 4.