Whether 60x60 or 80x80 tiles should also depend on the financial needs and capabilities of each family. Here are some tips on how to use bricks in the most sensible way possible.
- If the width of the house is higher than 6 m, it is necessary to use 80x80 bricks, since the number of intersections between 2 bricks when laying the floor will be less. The house feels more spacious, more luxurious.
- From 4.5 to 6 m, 80x80 bricks can still be used, but an architect should be consulted. For the house, you need to use the most suitable type of brick.
- For lengths less than 4.5 m, 60x60 should be used since the distribution of the joints between the two bricks will be more reasonable.
- When choosing 60x60 or 80x80 bricks, price and style should be considered. 80x80 bricks are more expensive than 60x60 bricks from 20,000 / m2 depending on the type. You should explore the benefits of ceramic tiles to know what is beautiful and cheap for a family.
Porcelain tiles are likewise fired tiles. They are a predefined type of fired tiles, Porcelain tiles are produced using better, denser earth and terminated at far higher temperatures than fired tiles. This assembling procedure brings about porcelain tiles having a water ingestion rating of under 0.5%, while artistic tiles have a water assimilation of over 0.5%. In view of this low water ingestion porcelain tiles are likewise alluded to as vitrified tiles.
This arrangement makes a porcelain tile increasingly homogenous, thick, tough and a lot more grounded making them perfect for overwhelming and high traffic territories. Porcelain tiles are additionally less inclined to dampness retention and recoloring, and are more scratch-safe than most fired tiles.
Their very low porosity makes them perfect for areas with extraordinary dampness/stickiness, just as freeze/defrost conditions. Not every earthenware tile can be introduced at areas with frigid climate, because of the probability of dampness freezing inside the tiles. Inside freezing makes the dampness grow as it freezes, which frequently shows as breaks in the tile. A porcelain tile is less permeable and in this manner less inclined to breaking.
There are different sorts of porcelain accessible, to be specific full-body (additionally alluded to as unglazed or through-body) porcelain (earth body shading predictable directly through the tile), coated porcelain (coat, generally hued, applied during the assembling procedure), and twofold stacked (made by intertwining two layers of various muds during terminating). Full-body porcelain can be provided as matt, cleaned, finished or nano—wrapped up.
As a result of the idea of the porcelain tile body, ie extremely low water retention rate and thick body, a cement with far more grounded holding qualities than an unmodified regular (standard setting) cementitious glue is required to introduce these tiles. Additionally, because of the impenetrable idea of porcelain tiles, a standard-setting) glue framework will take more time to fix.