Tile Maintenance

Get your conservatory summer ready with Stone Flooring

Do you have a conservatory or a sun room in your home? If you do, chances are the recent improvement in the weather may have you turning your thoughts to long summer evenings spent relaxing with a glass of something chilled, or perhaps entertaining family and friends in your indoor/outdoor space. If those thoughts have…
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Mad about Marble Tiles?


Mix it up in the kitchen with Glass Mosaic Tiles

For many of us, the kitchen really is the heart of the home. It’s where the family gathers to eat, it’s where friends sit down for a cuppa and a chat, and of course everyone knows that the kitchen is the centre of any party, right? That said though, many people struggle with kitchen decor…
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Get the Results You Want With Glass Tiles

Different types of StoneTrader tiles require different techniques for application, and it’s always important to do your homework first to avoid disappointment later on. Glass tiles can be tricky in particular, so here are a few things to bear in mind before you begin the task. Get a Grip Glass tiles are impervious, which means…
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How to Successfully Lay Porcelain Tiles Pt. 2 – Fitting the Tiles

In the first instalment of this blog post we showed you how to prepare a floor for tiles to be laid. Next, we will explain how to properly cut porcelain tiles and cement them into place.

How to Successfully Lay Porcelain Tiles Pt. 1 – Preparation

So you’ve settled on the new design of your kitchen or bathroom, chosen and ordered your StoneTrader porcelain tiles and are ready to get to work, but do you know how to properly work with these types of tiles? Yes, they are hardwearing, but only when handled properly – so here’s the first instalment in…
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Taking Care of Your Tiles

Once your new tiled floors and walls are fitted, most of your work is done, but don’t forget about your tiles completely. Look after your tiles properly and they’ll last for decades, not just years, and all that it takes is a couple of minutes each day.