The above assertions are prompted by an interesting, if slightly inaccurate, recent piece in The Huffington Post. All of this is very interesting but one has to question the Huff Post’s suggestion that Shakespeare’s inventiveness had larger origins. As linguist and 1996 BBC Reith lecturer Jean Aitchison told me back then, language changes all the time, it’s a fact of life.
English is especially good at this, she pointed out, coping with changing social circumstances and remaining relevant. We’ve found that the addition of tile to a home can be an economical and yet very beautiful choice. Unglazed tiles are a solid color all the way through without any additional surface applications. Not all tile is made equally of course—some tiles are designed to be more delicate and decorative, while others are natural looking and very dense. Class 3 tiles are able to handle medium-range traffic and can be safely used for residential floor and wall applications. Tiles that absorb water will be a poor choice for bathrooms, kitchens, and exterior placements. Generally, ratings and classes will be provided on the box or in the item description.If you’re unsure of what ratings and class your tile should have, contact one of our team members for advice.

It saluted Shakespeare’s enormous contribution to the English language’s word bank – gloomy, laughable, fashionable, majestic, hurry, lonely, generous and so on. Tile has been a popular flooring choice for centuries, and the methods and materials used to create them have not changed much since then. Our flooring professionals have a great deal of experience in helping homeowners and interior designers choose a class and style of tile that will suit the home and the occupants themselves, all while staying well within budget!
Because of this, they are a popular choice for kitchens and bathrooms that have lots of traffic and lots of spills. These tiles are more dense and durable than glazed tiles, and are commonly used for high traffic areas both indoors and outdoors. Kitchen, bathrooms, foyers, dining areas, and even family rooms can safely include class 3 tiling. It can even be used as medium to light industrial flooring, such as in shopping malls, office spaces and restaurants. They may be safely in extremely high traffic areas, such as airports, train stations, etc, and can even withstand outdoor placement in courtyards and patios. Before choosing your tile, make sure that it’s moisture absorption rates are low if you’ll be placing it in an area that is frequently wetted.
Discuss what flooring options will best suit your family and your home with a flooring specialist before making a commitment.

Learn about the various types of tile to assess whether it just might be the best choice for you. It’s important for you to know what to look for when choosing tile for your home, so read on or call us with your questions.
Their low durability rating makes them a poor choice for floor use or counter use, but they will be a beautiful addition to your home. Glazed and unglazed tiles can be found with a class 2 rating, in a variety of beautiful styles and design.
These tiles come in a variety of colors and styles, and may be purchased glazed or unglazed. These tiles are more likely to be unglazed, but can still be found with patinas and in various colors.
However, tiles that are placed in areas that match their classes are unlikely to sustain chipping or cracking.

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