Quarts Tiles

Our Quartz tiles with unique mirror particles are suitable for both walls & floors. These quartz tiles are today used in any room of a house, but are predominant choices for use in kitchens and bathrooms. They are available in a wide range of colours & sizes. The technology is from m/s Breton spa of Italy and products can be defined as a high-density material as it is made of granules of high grade quartz silica (91-93%) blended with engineered polyester resin, an organic compound as a bonding agent.

An amazing sparkling decorative surface material which has met exacting demands of architects and interior designers. It has become the upgrade to high-end products, shaping your dream interiors with style and sophistication.

Quartz mosaic tiles are extremely popular for room design and our luxury tiles with its steel effect are perfect for bathrooms and kitchens to create your own designer look at a great price. Pair with plain walls for tile's full effect.

Quartz tiles can look beautiful especially with the mirror glitter pieces in which can catch the light and give a twinkle across the whole floor, it is a very impressive tile indeed and comes in a multitude of colours, however dealing and installing this tile can be troublesome.

How they are made

Quartz tiles are unlike a normal natural stone tile such as marble, which will be pure 100% marble, a quartz tile is usually about 93% quartz and the other 7% will be a resin to bind the tile together.

Adhesive when fixing quartz

Quartz has a very low porosity, which means the tile does not absorb very well, due to the curing process of cement adhesives, this causes a problem for a standard adhesive to work and stick to quartz. Water is not to be used in the mix when using a cement adhesive therefore a two part adhesive is required to make the adhesive flexible, this will add extra grip to bond to the tile. A two-part adhesive will consist of a 20kg bag of standard cement and a 5 lt bottle of liquid latex.

Under Floor Heating

When using quartz tile it is not recommended to use this tile with underfloor heating, this is down to the resin content in the tile, the heat from the floor can cause the tile to warp and cause lippage between tiles.

Prime the floor with a diluted acrylic primer and leave to dry until the prime has gone tacky.

Use a 10mm – 12mm notched trowel and serrate the floor area, apply the quartz tile making sure that the tile comes into contact with each of the ribs of adhesive.

Sealing the tile, even though quartz has low porosity, it is still advisable to use a suitable stone sealer in case the grout stains or dulls down the surface of the tile.

Use a 2-3mm grout joint and use a flexible grout.

Hard Wearing

Quartz is an extremely hard surface and will last and look good for many years.

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Sparkly tiles allow you to create a fabulous feature in any kitchen, bathroom or conservatory environment. For a smart, classic look that will fully enhance any kitchen or bathroom choose from a range of black and white sparkly tiles that offer a polished sparkly finish, adding a real element of luxury to the home.

We also stock a great collection of quartz and sparkly tiles in a range of colours, so you can really brighten up or refresh your kitchen or bathroom with a sparkly feature wall or floor. We also offer a range of Warmup Underfloor heating options so you can add stylish tiles to your home with an extra element of comfort!

If you are looking into ideas in terms of what you can use to floor tiles, be it in your hallway, kitchen, or bathroom, you need to pay a lot of attention to the process. If you make a wrong move here, you could end up with a material which is not going to last, therefore costing you more cash in the long run, and creating a headache you never wanted to have.

A floor tile needs to be hard-wearing and durable, and it also needs to have little in the way of maintenance. For those reasons, quartz is a fantastic option to go for, and one which will certainly stand the test of time.

Of course, there are other materials out there, but if you are on the fence about whether to choose classic quartz stone or not, here are a few pros and cons.

Pros of Classic Quartz Floor Tiles

Low maintenance, borderline zero – Quartz is known to need very little upkeep, other than regular cleaning as you would do anyway, and this is a much better option compared to materials which need to be sealed and checked on a regular basis. The fact that quartz is non-porous means that it doesn’t absorb liquid like some other materials, such as granite and marble, and this means that your floor is likely to last you much longer as a result.

Large range of different colours and patterns – Quartz floor tiles are available in a huge range of different colours and patterns and that gives you a lot of scope to choose a design to really fit in with your décor. If you go for a muted or neutral option then you know that no matter how many times you redecorate the room, your floor will remain in fashion and will always go with whatever else you choose.

Extremely strong – Natural quartz is, as you would expect from the name, a natural stone, and that means it is mined from the earth and much of its natural strength is retained. When you are shopping around for floor tiles, you need to know that your final choice is going to stand up to any test you throw at it, and this is a tile that you are going to stand on, so you need it to be ultra strong!

Cons of Classic Quartz floor Tiles

Non-porosity could make it slippery – The fact that quartz floor tiles are non-porous, this means that they do not absorb water or other liquids, and it is simply left to dry naturally. Whilst this is great on one hand, because it doesn’t cause damage or harbour germs, this can make for a slippery floor surface, when you compare it to a surface like marble, which absorbs liquid and therefore retains a dry surface.

Far too much choice! – We mentioned in our ‘pros’ section that there is a large amount of choice when it comes to colour and pattern, and that means that you need to be really careful and think deeply about the options in front of you, before you really go for it.

As you can see, there are certainly more pros than cons when it comes to choosing a quartz floor tile. Obviously, you should check out your other options first, such as granite or marble, but quartz is certainly a top choice to go for.

These beautiful quartz wall and floor tiles are an engineered stone tiles made with 94% quartz and 6% resin - the optimum ratio for durability and quality. The crushed quartz is set in resin along with pieces of glittering mirrored glass to give a durable and luxurious, unique sparkling finish. Available in a range of sizes and colours to add a sparkle to any project.The quartz tiles feature's a high polish which gleams under the light. The quartz tiles will enable you to add glamour and character into your home. The larger tiles are perfect for flooring and gives a smooth finish to your floor space. With a good choice of colours to choose from, making these tiles versatile for almost any interior space. If you looking to create a sleek look into your interior space, then you will find everything here to create that dream look.Also you can use the different quartz tiles in combination to create sleek designs, as many people do. To create a focal point at the centre you can use a different colour while the rest is another colour. Many unique eye-catching designs can be created using the Quartz range. The quartz tiles comes in different sizes, so you can use the different sizes in combination to create a unique designs.Want a closer look at the tile? Then order a sample using our sample service. All our prices are covered by our price-beat promise guaranteed, ensuring you get a fantastic deal saving big money. So order a sample today - you have nothing to lose.

Add Quality & Sparkle to Your Floors and Walls
Available in a variety of colours, quartz is a highly stylish modern option for interiors, offering a unique look with sparkly mirror pieces. The low moisture absorption rate means it is tailor-made for bathrooms and kitchens. They have also proven to be a popular choice among retailers and feature within many stores such as high streets for a luxury finish. Hard wearing quartz is ideal for busy public spaces. Our Quartz Tiles at luxury tiles uk are manufactured using a new technological advancement technique resulting in a 97% premium quartz content.

Quartz Tiles Designs
If you are looking to provide your bathroom or kitchen with a stunning appearance then you should certainly consider tiles from our extensive Quartz collection. These tiles can be used for a great effect within contemporary interiors, matching superbly with white panels, wood finishes and chrome fittings. Installing ceiling spotlights is an effective way of accentuating the look of sparkly quartz wall and floor tiles. In addition to home designs, quartz tiles are also selected for the commercial renovation of shops, hotels and restaurants. It is no surprise that Quartz tiles are therefore selected for high traffic areas of flooring and can be cleaned and maintained with ease.

High Quality, low priced Bespoke Range of Quartz Tiles
When it comes to choosing quartz tiles for your wall or floor, range of options to select from throughout our collection. From popular colours like black, white, cream, brown and grey to the more unusual pink, blue, green and red, you can create the perfect look in your home with tiles from our Quartz page. In addition to standard format quartz tiles, we also have a wide variety of sparkly mosaic tiles which are ideal for backsplash designs, feature walls and borders. We have a range of different sizes available so you can acquire the perfect format for your interior layout. Our sparkly tiles are ideal for bringing interiors to life. Checkout our newest range of Quartz tiles.

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