Cement tiles – also known as encaustic tiles - are quickly becoming a trendy design option for home and business owners of all kinds, tastes, and budgets. However modern they may seem, cement tile has been used in homes and shops since the end of the 19th century. Only the wealthiest and most prestigious had cement tiles in their homes and businesses for their superior quality and durability, and for their one-of-a-kind designs. Nowadays, just about anyone can take advantage of the beauty and benefits of this product. If you’re interested in furnishing your home or business with an artisanal, handmade product, then cement tiles from Granada Tile are what you’ve been searching for.
Acid Resistance Cement tiles should be cleaned with pH neutral cleaners (they are not acid resistant) Use in Wet Areas A high quality effective sealant must be used for surfaces that will be exposed to water (shower, spa, or pool) Installation and Maintenance We highly recommend you hire an specialist in tiles installation. Please check this document for a detailed step by step installation process: How to install and maintain cement tiles Note: Please remember that handmade crafts are not consistent in their dimensions due to the nature of being crafted by hand and a half inch variance should be allowed for in all planning and designing. Also, due to variations in products and monitor settings, images may differ from the actual product.
Clarity is important! Please note: we are not responsible  for the accuracy of measuring your project, or for how the materials are utilized. Your tile contractor or building professional is responsible for that. We highly recommend that you communicate clearly, effectively, and often, with your tile contractor and all involved in your tile project design.
You're not limited to a predetermined color palette as is typical with factory-produced tile. With concrete, you can customize the color of your tiles to blend with your décor, such as choosing a shade that complements the wallpaper in your kitchen. Concrete tile manufacturers offer thousands of color options, ranging from soft natural earth tones to vibrant cherry reds. You can go with a uniform color or add more character by dreaming up a custom color blend. Read more about coloring concrete.

Moss green Moroccan tiles are ideal choice for both classic and todays contemporary designs. Moroccan tiles  makes a bold statement in contemporary rooms, or adds warmth for a classic look. Moroccan tiles are sustainable, eco-friendly, durable, versatile and timeless, and work its magic in a variety of styles and spaces from rustic to contemporary. Whether your project is a rustic kitchen or a contemporary bathroom, our Glazed Moroccan tiles will be right at home in a residence, and commercial projects too including restaurant, commercial bathrooms, spa, swimming pools and much more. Available in several handcrafted colors and  glazes, you can have your pick between soft neutrals or more saturated hues. The art of handmade tiles in Morocco known as Zellige, zellij or Zillij, dates back many centuries in Fez, Morocco. Handmade, hand-glazed and hand-cut terra cotta clay tile and mosaics are crafted using traditional and regional clays from Fez and  natural glaze pigments. Glazed Moroccan Tiles are timeless and works beautifully in traditional and contemporary interiors including kitchen backsplash, bathroom floors, shower walls, fireplace, swimming pool waterline, Spa walls & floors, commercial bathrooms, restaurant walls & floors.
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