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Buy Cheap Buy Twice - An Old Adage Which Applies to Tiles Too

Buy Cheap Buy Twice - An Old Adage Which Applies to Tiles Too

Cheapest is more often than not the best policy when buying anything. This is especially the case when it comes to natural stone tiles. Good common sense and a thought process that can evaluate wether or not somebody can really sell something for that little and still stay in business is only part of your due diligence when it comes to buying anything. Natural stone tiles are manufactured in different grades for different prices. It is inevitable that some people will pass off sub-standard goods as premium grade given the opportunity - we are not one of them. Our guaranteed independent feedback proves this time and time again. Come and visit yourself to be 100% sure!

Get ready for summer with conservatory tiles

Conservatories and orangery’s are today’s haven from the everyday chores of modern life. Who doesn’t like to sit around in a comfortable lounger with a glass of wine under the setting sun? Yes, the sun - the big round orange thing that we occasionally see in the sky!! Either way, your wonderful conservatory should have the very best tiles in it and to make it useable all year round, why not consider under floor heating as well. Read on for more info.

Our top 5 tiles for a contemporary bathroom

Read more on our latest post about the top 5 bathroom tiles for the perfect contemporary bathroom. We have everything here from sparkling luxury to natural Scandinavian influences.

Why choose wood effect porcelain tiles?

Stone Superstore explains the stylish looks you can achieve with wood effect porcelain tiles, and the benefits of this option over a real wooden floor.

Tile ideas for a traditional kitchen

Which stone tiles should you choose for your traditional style kitchen? Take a look at our design ideas, including antiqued marble, tumbled travertine and even contemporary itailan porcelain tiles.

Travertine - Its as popular as ever!

Travertine sales have been on the increase of late even though there’s been many more traders entering the market. Due to its generic nature (travertine is mined from hundreds of diffreent quarries whereas particular marbles and limestone’s only come from one place) it's easy for those less scrupulous traders to market tiles as "premium grade" material when it’s not. Be sure you buy from a trusted supplier, like stonesuperstore. We've been importing travertine for many years and have the experience to make sure you get the best products for the best prices!

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