Thin porcelain slabs are a type of porcelain tile that is made in very large sizes and is much thinner than traditional porcelain tiles. They are typically only a few millimeters thick and are often used in place of natural stone or other heavy materials to create a seamless, minimalist look.
What Are Some Benefits Of Thin Porcelain Slabs
One of the main benefits of thin porcelain slabs is that they can lead to a faster tile installation and also makes them a good choice for projects where grout joints are a concern and you want a seamless look (such as in showers or backsplashes). Although many look like natural stone, they are actually more resistant to cracking and chipping than natural stone, and they are easier to maintain because they are non-porous and resistant to stains.
How Are Thin Porcelain Slabs Used?
Thin porcelain slabs can be used for a variety of applications in the home, including countertops, fireplaces, backsplashes, shower walls, and flooring. They are available in a wide range of colours and styles, so it’s easy to find a product that will match your design preferences. It’s important to note, however, that thin porcelain slabs are more expensive than traditional tiles, and they may require special installation techniques in order to ensure a professional finish. Thin porcelain slabs can cost anywhere between $20-$50 per square feet.
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