Porcelain

por·ce·lain - a white vitrified translucent ceramic 

Porcelain tiles are composed of clay, silica, sand and feldspar. They are formed with pressure and heat and fired at much higher rates than ceramic tile. Due to the firing process involved, they become more dense and absorb less water than ceramic tile; therefore are stronger. Because of the the moisture absorption rate, porcelain tiles can typically be installed outside, where ceramic tiles cannot. The myth: "If you chip a porcelain tile, you see the same color." The truth: Only if it's a color/through body porcelain. If a tile is a color/through body porcelain tile, it means that the color on top is the color all the way through the tile.  Not all porcelain - is color/through body. Both non and color/through body porcelains are an excellent choice for a floor or wall covering product: it is durable, great for residential and commercial applications, easy to care for and long lasting.

Archetype

12x12, 12x24

Bellacrete

6x24

Bordeaux

13x13, 13x20, 20x20

Castlegate

12x12, 18x18

Concrete Chic

12x12, 12x24

Creekwood

6x36

Danya

12x12, 12x24, 18x18

Element

12x12, 12x24

Eternal Limestone

18x36, 6x24, 12x24

Faroe

12x24

Fusion Cotto

18x18

Historic Bridge

6x36

Infinte Wood

12x48

Laurel Heights

12x12, 12x24, 18x18

Layers

12x24

Lochwood

4x48, 8x48, 12x48

Luxury

12x24, 16x32, 24x24

Manhattan

20x20

Mikonos

20x20, 13x13, 12x24

Mirasol

12x12, 12x24, 24x24