You’ve been asking us about Vitrified Tiles Price ideas a lot lately, so today we have delivered.
Vitrified tiles are a cheaper alternative to granite and marble flooring but they can look just as elegant. They are also stronger than ceramic tiles and are often used outdoors for this reason, being both water and frost resistant.
For tile prices other than vitrified tiles —-> take a look at our article HERE: “Tile Design and Price – What You Need To Know“
Vitrified tiles are actually ceramic tiles with a very low porosity. The four different types are glazed, full body, double charge and soluble salt.
Here is some information on Vitrified Tile Prices that will help with your next tile installation project. This may also help with your wall and floor tile pricing needs as well.
You will find that the price for tiling will depend on:
–the surface area to be tiled
-the preparation required (e.g. tile cutting)
-the tiling labor rate/ cost to install (tile laying prices)
-the tile material
-tile grout prices
-the grade of finish.
Vitrified Tile Prices
Installing vitrified tiles is something you can do yourself, however, you may want to get a tile flooring contractor on board to help you out. They will be able to give you a more accurate tile material and install cost.
Vitrified tile installation can be more difficult that ceramic tile installation.
Here is the tile cost per square foot for vitrified tiles which can be used as both floor and wall tiles and indoor or outdoor tiles:
Vitrified Tiles: $3 – $30 (In-Store) to $8.50 – $35.50 (Including Shipping)
Vitrified tiles at Home Depot are priced at around $3 – $10/ square foot.
Don’t forget that the larger your tile order the lower the per square foot tile cost for you!
You will also want to make sure that your local tile installation professional is both insured and licensed.
We hope our vitrified tiles price guide helps you with your next project and we have also included some good ideas for your next tiling project below. Note the variety in different styles of vitrified tiles.
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