Natural Stone / September 6, 2018 / FifineAsselin
You can consult any of the professional tile companies in and around your place and arrange a meeting at your place and elaborate about your requirements and they would help you in building the space of your dreams. You can compare various stones in terms of price quality and durability and decide on the one which best fits your space. However taking an expert advice is always necessary though you have an idea about the product. Through good research it is possible to find the best that will suit you in all way possible. People have been using natural stone flooring for centuries. If you look at the buildings that were built many years ago you notice that many of them have stone flooring.
Using them in your home will with care mean that they last longer than your home probably will! Natural stone is of course available in many different forms such as travertine granite limestone slate sandstone and quartzite and they all differ in the way in which they will age with time and use. It is commonly thought that natural stone tiles improve with age and use because they develop unique characters and qualities. This is of course true even within the different types of stone available; since stone is a natural product no two tiles will be identically alike which will go a long way to making your tiled floor or wall very special indeed.
Always take care to wear hand and eye protection as well as suitable clothing and remove and power sockets or electrical equipment that is likely to get wet in the process. When marking a cut line on a natural stone tile you may prefer to use a crayon as opposed to a pencil which is likely to not make a significant mark on the tile. Take care to go extra slow when reaching the end of your cut as if you go too fast and force the tile through it is likely to break rendering it difficult to use. If you are cutting a particularly large tile try to get someone to help you steady the tile as you cut since the weight of either piece of tile can start to pull the whole piece apart - encouraging a snap - as you advance through the tile.