Grey Wood Tile Canada Silver comes in a light grey color with the right amount of wood character. It also has a texture that feels nice under the feet. Many people who are in search of a light grey wood tile notice that many of those tiles are either not light enough, or they are almost white. If you have been looking for the perfect grey, we have good news for you. Canada Silver’s comes with that ideal grey color that you have been looking for. Besides, this Spanish tile has a smooth and attractive design that comes with a slight texture.
Grey Wood Tile For Bathrooms
Generally speaking, wood plank tiles have more friction than traditional square or rectangular porcelain tiles, and they offer better performance in wet areas. Therefore many people have been choosing this new product while designing their bathrooms. If you wanted to carry the trendy grey color floors into your bathroom, you can use the Grey Wood Tile Canada Silver with no worry. Moreover, since porcelain tiles are 100% waterproof, this tile can also help you design your shower. You can either use it on all three walls, or you can use it for an accent on the center wall.
Grey Wood Tile Canada Siver Is Good For Kitchens
If you are looking for a tile that will complete your white or grey kitchen, and you are trying to avoid a slippery surface, Grey Wood Tile Canada Silver is also an excellent choice for kitchen floors. It has the ideal surface that you need in an are where there is a higher risk of spilling some water or oil while cooking. This tile is also very easy to clean. Just water will remove most of the stains from your porcelain floors.
Ceramic tiles with water absorption of 0.5% and lower are categorized as porcelain tiles. Water absorption is what indicates the hardness of the porcelain tile. Grey Wood Tile Canada Silver comes with water absorption of 0.5% 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 areas such as malls or airports. All porcelain tiles are made within the PEI 3-4 rate. A PEI3 porcelain tile will last much longer than a PEI4 ceramic tile. Canada Silver’s PEI value is 4.
However, the quality of the setting materials and the installation can increase or lower the durability of the porcelain floors more than ANY PEI OR WATER ABSORPTION VALUE.