Slim materials are destined to form a significant component of the market for finishes and surfaces.
Industry major Cosentino has introduced Dekton, a product manufactured from glass, lost generation ceramic tiles and quartz surfaces.
James Woodyatt, CDK Stone’s Joint Managing Director, believes that the latest Neolith sintered compact surfaces, which mimic the appearance of real stone, are ‘as good as it gets.’
According to sources several amazing slim replications of stone and timber will reach Australian shores in 2015. Click here to read more.
When a new range of tiles is manufactured, marketed and displayed, retailers and buyers can view and handle the product, and easily imagine what it will look like in a given location. With the aid of specific advice, regarding a product’s porosity, abrasion and slip resistance, a useful estimate of its likely performance can be arrived at. Read more.
Welcome back to the third instalment of Tile Power in Focus: an up close and personal look at one of the most storied groups in the local ceramic tile industry.
This edition features Rivoland Tiles in Queanbeyan; Supergress Tiles, Lalor and Sutherland Shire Tiles, Kirrawee.