What are vitrified tiles?

  • Double Charged Vitrified Tiles are made by fusing two layers of pigment, and are usually 3-4 mm thicker than normal tiles. The manufacturing process doesn’t permit complex patterns resulting in extremely durable, easy to maintain, are resistant to dirt and dust, and are scratch and stain-resistant. These tiles are ideal for heavy foot traffic use.
  • Glazed Vitrified Tile is durable and easy to maintain. They are robust, and more resistant and are often used for flooring due to the anti-skid feature. It makes them ideal for floorings in kitchens, bathrooms, and wet areas. These are available in striking designs that are digitally printed on the glaze coating, which allows for the creation of a multitude of visually pleasing and artistic tile designs. These tiles can convincingly recreate marble, stone, wood, metallic and other finishes.
  • Polished Glazed Vitrified Tile is the same as glazed vitrified tile but with a layer of polish on top to make the tiles shinier.
  • Full Body Vitrified Tile has color in the entire body/thickness of the vitrified tile, making scratches less visible. This distinguishing characteristic of these tiles makes them ideal for areas with high traffic like shopping malls, etc. but the process significantly increases the cost. These tiles never fade and are easy to clean and maintain.

How To Select The Best Vitrified Tiles?

  • Decide your style and area of application
  • Select from the reputed brands
  • Choose the pattern and design
  • Consider the size of tiles
  • Calculate the number of tiles required and your budget

What makes it popular?


  • Right tile for every space
  • Quality
  • Durability
  • Scratch, Stain, and Water Resistant
  • Easy Maintenance
  • Safe to Use
  • Easy Installation
  • Wide Range and Choices
  • Cost-effective

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