Granite tiles and slabs are both a decorative and practical choice for flooring. Hardness, resistance to heat and other stressors, and the many styles offered by granite tiles, make an investment that will add value to your property and one that will be the source an immense pride in your home.
We have introduced the don'ts for you. Now we will tell you some dos of granite.
1. Consider the area where the granite is installed. Make sure that factors such as moisture levels, foot traffic, and slip resistance are all carefully considered. Granite tile can be incorporated into almost all areas, but be sure to choose the correct tile for the area.
2. As with any product, be sure to read all warranty information before buying
3. If you have not installed tile before, or have any doubts about your ability, consider hiring a tile professional to help you. Working with granite can be very difficult at first, because of its weight. If in doubt, it is always best to get experienced help. It is useless to spend money on such a wonderful stone , if you don’t install it correctly.
4. Inspect all the tiles before you begin for any signs of breakage or any other wear. (Try to find a warranty that reimburses you for inconsistent or broken parts.)