Using the right stone floor cleaner will seriously help keeping your stone floor looking great!
If you are lucky enough to have a home with stone floors, or if you are about to install them you are very fortunate. They are a serious lifetime purchase, as they will outlive you! The natural qualities of your stone floor will develop over the years as the surface takes on its own patina, through wear.
Some owners of existing stone floors have reached out to us because they are failing to keep their stone floors looking as good as they should. They report that their floors have gone dull, and nothing they do seems to improve the floor. Some feel they would rather take them up and replace with something less demanding. When we advise our clean and care regimen they fall in love with their stone floors again! It is possible to rejuvenate an old stone floor using the right products.
High quality Oak Flooring is a beautiful product available from Stoneworld for home styling. The range compliments our other stone and porcelain products very well. Our interiors showroom has displays of stone, porcelain & oak surface coverings. Customers are able to make good design choices for larger projects where several materials can be viewed and compared under one roof.
In this large self build project our customer selected our oak flooring and stone tiles stone tiles for the interior. Other products include quartz worktops and porcelain large format sheets for wall cladding projects. New products are being added as new trends and technologies emerge.
La Roche Limestone floor tiles are used on the ground floor of this large self build project that incorporates many elements from Stoneworld. Bespoke floor tiles cut in our masonry workshop incorporate a contrast Spanish black marble tile to build a floor design.
What Is The Difference Between Porcelain and Ceramic Tiles?
Although some people interchange the terms ‘porcelain’ and ‘ceramic’ when describing tiles, they are actually two different things and due to their makeup, and in certain circumstances, particularly in the UK, one might be more appropriate for a project than another.
Find out here how they differ to make sure you choose the right product for your project.