In the next two blogs, we are going to help you get your pool up and running for the upcoming pool season! Whether you are repairing an existing pool or installing a new pool, Plumbtile can offer you an extensive selection of glass, porcelain, stone mosaics and ceramic tiles for your pool as well as tips to keep your pool running clear. Read More
Tag: Stone Tiles
If you are re-modelling or finishing up a new space, no doubt you will be looking for options when it come to tile. Many people are very interested in green or sustainable options for everything they do and there are several very good choices “eco-friendly” choices when it comes to tile. There are many good reasons to choose eco-friendly tile for your application. Among them are the fact that some eco-friendly tile is made from recyclable materials which cuts down on material waste that is shipped to land fills. It also reduces mining of some materials that are used to manufacture conventional tile. And they look great too. So let’s take a look at some of the attractive choices you have for your tiling needs.
At Plumbtile, we love a good tile! But when you receive a newsletter from one of our suppliers promoting their beautiful tiles with puppies, we had to show everyone! Not only are these tiles beautiful and will give any room a clean natural look, you will also be adding a durable tile that will last throughout the years. Read More
Our select line of tiles features some of the most unique and beautiful tiles from around the world. One of the brands we carry is Waverly Tiles founded 1989 which provides one of the world’s most beautiful hand carved and antiqued stones, marbles, granites, porcelain, ceramics and glass. If you really want a one-of-a-kind look for your bathroom or kitchen, make sure you choose Waverly Tiles. Waverly Tile provides classic design for your backsplash, floor tile, wall tile, designer tile, and wall art in residential, commercial or resort space. Read More
The questions on most people’s mind are two things: How do I reduce my energy bills and how do I reduce my carbon footprint? Going green can be achieved with going weith all natural material in your tiles. Natural wood such as cork and stone tiles offer very beautiful choices but if you are more into the exotic look, consider coconut, pebble or teak mosaic tiles. And if you want to go 100% green you can purchase tiles made strictly from recycled materials. Read More