||300x300x10: 10 Tiles (0.9m2)
600x300x10: 8 Tiles (1.44m2)
400x400x10: 6 Tiles (0.96m2)
600x600x10: 4 Tiles (1.44m2)
|Suitable for Underfloor Heating?
|Cuts & Wastage
||We recommend 10% for Cuts & wastage
Amazing Look and Quality of Red Quartz
In contemporary home decors this emphatic ruby red quartz is an ideal choice for bathrooms, kitchens and living and dining areas. Mirror particles will sparkle and glisten majestically, thus accentuating the light and space in any room. Homeowners and interior designers use them on both walls and floors and combine them with a range of colours, designs and features. They will illuminate interiors and wow your guests with a spectacular appearance. As they are manufactured through a state of the art engineering process these tiles have an extremely high quartz content of 97% and they are manufactured with a 1mm bevelled edge on each tile.
A Sparkle can transform the look of walls and floors
These tiles have a distinctive sparkle which adds a decorative element to any interior layout. The vibrant red colour is really brought to life by the sparkly mirror pieces. Red Quartz Tiles are a superb option for modern designs and combine to great effect with white and cream colours as part of modern bathroom and kitchen designs.
Premium Quartz Tiles
Quartz from Tilesporcelain are manufactured through an innovative process in which resins are combined with mirror particles to produce the highest quality option on the market. This is an incredibly hard wearing and durable choice which is why architects recommend them for high traffic areas of flooring in shopping centres, hotels, casinos and airports. Ruby red quartz is low maintenance. Furthermore, the highly polished finish allows for easy cleaning. As part of a conservatory, with underfloor heating or within other thermal areas including next to patio doors or in outdoor areas; quartz is utilised at your own risk. Latex based adhesives should be avoided when tiling with resin based quartz.
Quartz Installation Guide
Sparkzle Epoxy Grout Technical Guide