are increasingly becoming popular and making the use of and less appealing. offer aesthetic looks to modern buildings. Besides that, the have gone high despite its little advantage over , therefore builders prefer using due to the numerous advantages it offers over .
When dealing , a lot of issues will come to our mind. Things like the ; is it a wall or ? Whichever one is the choice, there will still be other considerations as regards to the quality of the , its size. How many of such could cover the that requires the tiling?
HOW MANY YOU NEED FOR YOUR HOUSE FLOORS
Asking the question of how many tiles you need for your house floor or wall is like asking how many groundnuts are in a bottle of groundnuts. There are ways you can get an estimated figure for the number of tiles you will need for your house floors or walls. However, there are jobs left to be done at your end. First of all, provide the dimensions of all the floors in the house that need tiling, the same goes for the walls that need tiling. From the dimensions given we can assert the number of it can take depending on the sizes itself. This method is working and has been found to be almost accurate in taking the number of needed for any tiling .
THE SIZES OF IN THE MARKET AND THEIR PRICES
Just as I mentioned earlier, the size of the will determine how many of it that can be used in a tiling . For a record and little market survey conducted, come in varieties of sizes and thickness while have very few varieties with almost similar thickness.
For the , you can see of 2 feet X 2 feet with 10 mm thickness. This size seems to be the highest available in the market and the most costly as well. Though so come in 12 pieces per carton, the prices are as high as N8,000 to N10,000 per carton.
Another grade of the is the 2 feet X 1 feet dimensions with about 5mm thickness. This type is commonly used for a very large place like church , conference center floors, and can be installed easily with mortar. About 12 pieces per carton and could cost between N5000 to N8000 per carton depending on quality, thickness and surface .
The next grade is the 1.5 feet X 1.5 feet dimensions with approximately 5mm thickness. Usually, with good surface design, the category of may not be seen in every seller's shop because it is costly and users don’t usually patronize it. However, if you see the one you like never hesitate to go for it. The comes in 12 pieces per carton and can cost from N4000 to N7000 per carton depending on quality and thickness.
The next grade of is the 1 feet by 1 feet square , popularly known as the square . The square has those with lesser dimensional sizes. But the 1 feet by 1 feet is the most popular. It is usually installed on room floors, bathrooms floors, toilets and kitchen . It has a thickness that is approximately 5mm. this is the most selling in the market because of its price, different , different qualities, and easier installations. About 15 pieces per carton, it costs N3000 to N5000 per carton.
The next grade of is the square less than 1 feet by 1 feet dimensions. Let us assume the is 0.8feet by 0.8 feet dimensions with less than 5mm thickness. It is the cheapest and easiest for installations. It usually has one color and rough surface design. It comes 17 pieces per carton and costs from N2500 to N4000 per carton.
The next types of are . are generally lighter in thickness but have almost the dimensions like the . The dimensions come as square and rectangular . Whichever choice you make among the two the cost price will not be much different as compared by calculations.
COMPARISONS BETWEEN AND
usually have rough surfaces while have smooth surfaces.
The may come with a single color design while the come with imprint.
have more thickness than .
come in fewer pieces per carton than .
Floor tiles do not break easily, while wall tiles easily be broken.
Originally posted 2019-06-01 02:22:21.
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