Updating ceramic tile
Since that time, more information regarding the benefits and disadvantages of Dura Ceramic have come out, and we’ve had a lot of readers share they’re experience. like ceramic with the warmth and comfort of resilient flooring.
My brother and his wife are remodeling their kitchen, and they’ve taken the time to carefully investigate all the different options including flooring.
I was really curious when they began talking about Dura Ceramic for the kitchen floor.
It’s a relatively new product, and I wanted to know how it compared to a more “traditional” choice like ceramic tile.
Editors note: We’re updating another old post from June 2008.
It’s intended for residential and light commercial use in dry, interior, heated areas.
It is recommended for wet areas like shower walls and shower floors.The price of Dura Ceramic has dropped since it was first introduced.Since Dura Ceramic is “more forgiving,” installation is faster and easier because the subfloor requires less attention when compared to ceramic and stone tile preparation.Tiles are available in 16″ squares and can be scored along the embossed lines into 8″ pieces.Installations can be grouted to look even more like a ceramic tile floor or un-grouted with no space at the joint.You can expect to see Dura Ceramic installed on walls, floors, backsplashes, and more.