Are the tiles sold by the box?
It depends on the item. Some of our tiles are sold by the sheet, by the piece, and some by the box. You can find this information at the product's page on the right side of their price. Example: $5.95 PER SHEET.
Do the mosaic tiles have a mesh backing?
Some of our mosaic tiles are mesh backing, dot backing mounted, and some are face mounted with either a clear-tape or paper sheet. This information is located under the Product's Spec Tab, right below the "Add to Cart" button, on the left side of the Description Tab.
How many tiles do I need?
It depends on the area you want to cover and the tile you choose. In each product page, there is a calculator that will help you determine the quantity needed to cover your area such as a backsplash, bathroom, shower etc. All you need to do is to click on "HOW MANY TILES DO I NEED", enter the squ...
My marble looks cracked. Why does it have vertical stripes cutting across the prominent horizontal ones?
Although most of our products are vein cut to show horizontal veining in the tile, some vertical fissures will occur. Fissures are a natural part of the stone, and these deposits and surface cracks do not compromise the durability of the stone. Each stone has a different characteristic, and fissu...
What are the advantages of porcelain tile over natural stone?
Almost 0% Water Absorption
Smaller Water Stain
Easy to cut
Less expensive freight
Less expensive labor
Less expensive laying system
What is a rectified tile?
A rectified tile is defined as a tile that has had all edges mechanically finished to achieve a more precise facial dimension. All rectified tiles whether Glazed Ceramic, Glazed Porcelain, or Polished Porcelain Tiles need to be installed with a minimum of a 1/16Th inch grout joint. Rectified Tile...
Why isn’t my pebble tile mosaics interlocking?
It is best to dry fit all mosaics with an interlocking edge prior to installation. It may be necessary to remove and replace pieces of the mosaic by hand to get them to fit together before you place them in adhesive. Sometimes maneuvering the sheet or flipping it around will allow you to get a ti...