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12 11, 2014

Which Tile should you choose? Porcelain or Non-porcelain Ceramic Tiles?

By |2017-09-13T04:41:10+00:00November 12th, 2014|Buying Guide: Tile|Comments Off on Which Tile should you choose? Porcelain or Non-porcelain Ceramic Tiles?

Porcelain or Non-Porcelain Tiles?

Most types of tiles that are made from a form of clay or a clay mixture, which are then kiln-fired, are considered to be a part of the larger classification of tile called ceramic. These tiles can be split into two groups, porcelain tiles and non-porcelain tiles. These non-porcelain tiles are commonly referred to as ceramic tiles.

Non-porcelain ceramic tiles are generally made from a red or white clay that is fired in a kiln. They’re easier […]

6 08, 2014

Dear Mr. Salem

By |2014-08-06T03:05:40+00:00August 6th, 2014|Blogs|Comments Off on Dear Mr. Salem

Dear Mr. Salem, 

I wanted to take a moment to express my gratitude and appreciation for the great staff you have at your Oxnard office. My husband and I recently took on the daunting task of re-modeling all three of our bathrooms, which was overwhelming in itself. From our initial visit to your showroom in Oxnard and our interactions with Nick Rodriguez and Robyn Perez, we knew we were in good hands.
Nick was knowledgeable about th […]
30 07, 2014

Book-matched V. Sequential

By |2014-07-30T20:47:43+00:00July 30th, 2014|Laney’s Corner|Comments Off on Book-matched V. Sequential

Many granite and marble slabs have large-scale movement that look best when the pattern is matched at the seams. Large counter top areas in kitchens and bathrooms often require multiple pieces. On small projects where the surfaces can be cut out of the same slab it is easier to continue the pattern at the seams. When a project is so large that is requires multiple slabs extra planning is necessary to match the pattern. It is important when installing granite and marble counter tops to be awar […]

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