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Tiles Prices in Nigeria

Here in this post, we are going to bring to you information on tiles prices in Nigeria. We hope you find this invaluable.

Tiles remained a popular flooring and walling choice in many homes across the country, they offer a wide range of benefits.

They also have the capacity to outlast any other form of flooring material. Tiles, as we all know, keep homes nice and cool every now and then.

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Floor tiles for instance, will always help in increasing the value of your home and as well, make it look its best long after the tiles might have been laid.

Functions of Tiles in your House

-A cost-effective manner to make your statement and

-Environmentally friendly and

-Hygienic and

-Non-allergenic and

-Hard wearing and

-Water-resistant and

-A great way to achieve a seamless look and

-Available in a broad range of colours and of styles and

-Low-maintenance

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How To Know Where To Choose From

Among all the various types of tiles available to choose from, how can you choose or know exactly where to start? However, tiles are manufactured from different materials, and these are of variety, for example:

-Clay and

-Stone and

-Metal and

-Terrazzo and

-Quartz.

Please note that, every type of flooring for example, has its own peculiar characteristics, and there is need therefore, that these characteristics  be matched exactly to the size, and the style, and the use as well as, the budget of the particular space that is to be tiled. However, before I actually look at the main focus of this article, which is tiles prices in Nigeria, I will first of all love to consider the different types of tiles.

Types of Tiles

There are quite a number of tiles available in the market, and in this article, we are going to also look at quite a number of them. Below are the different types of tiles in the market.

1. Travertine Tiles

Travertine is a kind of limestone and it is also a by-product of natural artesian springs, known also as hot springs, as well as, caves the world over.

Travertine is a natural, and porous stone. Travertine’s pits and its rough texture is as a result of air bubbles and organic matter, and this is how travertine tiles come by its varying colours.

Travertine can be used in the temples, and bathrooms, and statuaries, as well as theatres and travertine tiles can stand the test of time.

They be used for indoors and for outdoors, it is naturally slip-resistant and it is an excellent choice for walkways, and pool decks, and bathrooms, including other applications that water is used.

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2. Ceramic Tiles

These tiles are produced from clay materials, and the materials are quarried materials. The tile is prepared by forming it into a mould.

Ceramic tiles can be best known as porcelain or non-porcelain. Porcelain tiles, most especially are extruded and they also have few impurities in them than those of non-porcelain ceramic tiles.

3. Sandstone Tiles

Sandstone tile has a thrilling earthy appeal, and actually comes in different colours, and sizes as well as in different styles. Sandstone can be used in pool surroundings, and walkways as well as, patios, sandstone is characterised by the rich and natural feel it gives to one’s outdoors.

4. Quartzite Tiles

Quartzite tiles are durable tiles, and they are non-slip, they are attractive stones, I mean quartzite tiles are one of the most popular choices these days for the homes.

Quartzite tiles can be used as a high-quality alternative in paving pool surrounds, and driveways, including paths, as well as, honed for a smooth finish, quartzite tiles give an excellent addition, especially in the kitchen.

It may be crystallised and can also be sealed with a darker shade for the purpose of achieving a dark marble-like finish.

5. Mosaic Tiles

This is another type of tiles, and it is one of the most popular choices too, often used as decorative tiles. Mosaic tiles can be used for the purpose of creating a feature.

They are consist of small tiles, and they are often square, this type of tiles can be laid together in order to create a larger effect that will give a high visual impact. Mosaic tile is made up of different materials, including stone, and glass.

6. Marble Tiles

Marble is another highly durable stone, and it is found in almost all the countries because of the variability of component minerals that are present in it.

It is known for its multiple finishes from polished to honed and also from brushed to tumbled, whereby making marble tile to remained an ideal choice for all the rooms in the home.

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7. Slate Tiles

Slate tile is known as a metamorphic rock, and it is found in large deposits. Slate tile has been in use as floor tile for centuries, and it comes in different colours, for example, blue/grey, and green, and red, and orange, and brown. There is always veins of colours in slate tile, which shows that no tile is identical.

8. Granite Tiles

Granite, as we all know is an igneous rock and it is very dense and at the same time very hard. What give it its distinctive appearance is the speckled minerals that are found in the rock. More so, its unique veining is a pointer to the fact that no two granite floors are really the same.

9. Onyx Tiles

Onyx tiles are translucent, and calciferous stone which are almost the same as marble in makeup. They are those type of stones that are more fragile, and are frequently come with a mesh, and resin, and sometimes with fibreglass backing in order to help in giving them strength as a tiles.

10. Terrazzo Tiles

Terrazzo tiles are of composite material, which are made up of marble, and quartz, and granite, and glass, including other suitable chips. They are cured and polished to a smooth surface. They are mostly used in public buildings because of their long-lasting characteristic.

Prices of Tiles

-QY Wall Tile 25*25 cost ₦3,500

-PMTS Wall Tile – 25*25 cost ₦3,500

-Ceramic Wall Tiles 25*25 psm cost ₦4,500

-PMTS Wall Tiles 25*25psm cost ₦4,500

-France Wall Tiles 25*25 psm cost ₦3,500

-LEF Brazilian Indoor Tiles cost ₦2,600

-Pmt Floor Tiles – 40*40 – 6 Pieces cost ₦6,000

-Royal Tile – 6 Pieces Per Sqm cost ₦5,000

-China / Spain Tiles – 40*40 – 6 Piece cost ₦4,500

-Golden Crown Tile cost ₦5,000

-Goodwill Floor Tile cost ₦4,000

-Hill Brick Tile Series BDD63263 – 60 cost ₦6,300 and ₦7,000

-Crystal Glass Mosaic Tiles For Swimmi cost ₦7,300

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Conclusion

The above tile prices are some of the current prices of tiles in the Nigerian market, and at the time of writing this article, there were no review in prices of tiles in Nigeria.

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