Different Types of Vitrified Tiles Options for Your Home Flooring

When remodeling your home, the floor is the most important area to beautify. The flooring you choose can completely transform the look and feel of your home. It also defines your interior design.

Vitrified TileThas has become one of the most popular floor covering solutions, particularly as an alternative to natural flooring materials such as marble, wood, and stone. These tiles are used both in commercial and residential settings.

They are unique due to their resilience, strength, and lower water absorption rate. We’ll look at the different types of vitrified tiles available today to see which one will work best for your space.

Full body Vitrified Tiles

Full-body vitrified Tiles have a uniform color across the entire body or cross-section of the tiles. When you trim tiles to fit where two walls meet in a straight line, the tile borders will have the same color. One of the biggest advantages is that you can trim tiles to fit them where two walls meet at a straight angle. Full-body vitrified tiles work best in areas with moderate to high traffic. These tiles are available in matte and polished finishes.

Polished Glazed Vibratiles (PGVT)


Polished vitrified tiles are the same thing as glazed vitrified tiles that have been polished to increase their shine. These tiles are commonly known as PGVT.

The PGVTs come in a high-gloss finish, which is perfect for upgrading the plushness of your office or home. PGVTs work best in areas with low- to medium-traffic, as they are less likely to be subjected harshly and can avoid dust. Over time, dust can wear away the polish. These tiles require regular and proper cleaning to keep their shine.

This glazed surface can be decorated with any design, texture, or pattern. This could enhance the appeal of your floor. In the market, it is called digital vitrified tiles. The tiles are also available in matte glossy, rustic, wooden, and other finishes.

Double Charge Vitrified Tiles


The surface of double-charge vitrified Tiles is more durable and scratch-resistant. The tiles are printed on by a machine that prints the pattern using two layers of pigment (two colors are fed to the device).

The top layer of the tiles will thicken by 3-4 mm. Double-charge vitrified tile finishes are available in glossy or matte. These tiles are able to withstand higher footfalls without showing visible wear due to their thicker upper layer. These tiles are mainly recommended for commercial spaces that have high footfall, such as malls and retail stores.

Nano Vitrified Tiles


These tiles have a higher surface strength. These tiles were created using cutting-edge nanotechnology. The vitrification process used to create these tiles makes them strong and durable. A smoother surface can be achieved by applying liquid silica on the Tile’s face to fill in the nanopores.

The micro tiles are available only in a limited number of designs and completely transform the environment where they are placed. This high-shine finish is a result of constant polishing, which makes it ideal for use in kitchens, bathrooms (only on walls), dining rooms, and workplaces.

Installation of Vitrified Tiles

The installation of tiles is crucial to their durability and beauty. To properly install vitrified TileT, you should take care of these things:


  • First, remove any dust or glue from the surface. To make the floor more level, fill in any gaps or low areas.
  • The diagonals should be taken into consideration when measuring the space.
  • Mix the powder and water to make an adhesive. This mixture will act as a binding agent.
  • It is possible to test the surface without the adhesive mixture before you lay the tiles. When you are happy with the position of the tiles, place them on the sticky mixture.
  • After you finish installing the tiles, grout them. The grout lines should be free of dust and dirt. After that, use a rubber float and spread the grout mix across the surface.
  • Once the grout has settled, use an applicator to seal it. As a result, the grout will stay intact.
  • Use a wet mop or cloth to remove any adhesive or grout residue that may have been left on the TileT. You can even use a sponge to remove the excess.


Create a Lasting Impressions with Vitrified tiles.

Vitrified tiles leave a lasting impression, not only because of their style and appearance but also due to their durability. Vitrified tiles can be used in many different places, not just because of their aesthetic appeal. They can be used in parking lots, bedrooms, and bathrooms. Choose the appropriate finish and thickness based on the usage requirements for the best experience with Vitrified TileT.

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