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Whichever room you are looking to add a new flooring option to, you need to know that you are choosing the strongest, most cost effective, and of course the most attractive, option for you. There are several choices to decide between here, but one which is very popular, and increasingly common, is to go with a quartz floor tile.
Quartz floor tiles are strong, cost effective, and they look fantastic in any room, which ticks all of the boxes we mentioned above!
Let’s check out the pros and cons of quartz floor tiles, to make it all a little easier to understand.
Low maintenance – Quartz floor tiles never need sealing or buffing, they will simply remain in top condition from the moment they are installed, until the moment you decide to replace them. The fact that quartz is non-porous has a lot to do with this fact. Many other tiles will need to be sealed on a yearly basis, but this is not the case with quartz.
Quartz looks shiny and opulent – Because quartz is a natural stone and resin is added to give it a particular shade, according to your needs, it retains its shine for a considerable length of time, with low maintenance thrown in for good measure.
Cost effective choice – Quartz is not the most expensive tile out there, which means you can have a very high quality appearance with low maintenance, for little in the way of cost.
A strong material – Quartz is very strong, and that means you are unlikely to chip or break your floor tiles without a serious amount of force being thrown at them.
Non-porous so doesn’t harbour germs or bacteria – Quartz is a hygienic choice because it is non-porous, and therefore it doesn’t absorb water, bacteria, or germs.
You need to be careful how you clean your tiles – Whilst quartz is low maintenance, it will still need cleaning from time to time – it is a floor tile after all! Avoid chemical cleaners or abrasive scouring pads, as this may scratch your tiles over time.
Quartz floor tiles are shiny, and therefore can be slippery – Be sure to mop up any spillages or messes straightaway, to avoid the potential for an accident. Quartz is a smooth stone, and therefore when water is added to the mix you could be looking at a potential for falls and slips.
The quality may dull in time – Nothing lasts forever, and the same can be said for the colour intensity of quartz floor tiles. When you think about it, floor tiles stand up to a lot of wear and tear, and as time passes they are going to dull slightly.
Quartz is certainly a great choice for your flooring and when you look at the pros and cons you can see exactly why. It’s important to look at the colours and shades in person however, because certain conditions and lighting can change their appearance slightly.
Basically, give yourself a short list and then head down to a showroom to check them out in person; you can usually get better deals this way too, as you may be able to take advantage of on the day bargain deals too. Every little saved always helps!