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  1. #1

    Tiles for the flooring

    Hello! just want to know anong klaseng tiles ang maganda para sa flooring ng house.. yung matibay pero cheap.. granite tiles maganda di ba.. ano ba yung lepanto, mariwasa tiles, pwede rin ba yun sa flooring o madali yun masira pag mabagsakan ng mabigat na furnitures? any suggestion ano magandang tiles?? saka how much na din.. thanks!

  2. #2
    Hmmmm Tile Prices come in all sorts of price range. it can go for as low as 10 to 20 pesos... to 35 to 50... to as high as thousands.

    depends mostly on your need.

    Mariwasa and LePanto are locally made tiles. And they are good substitutes vs the European Brands (spain/ italy)(such as Tau among others).

    in order of price range..


    China
    then
    Local Tiles
    then
    europeans.

    even the chinese brand na tiles (available sa mga euro tiles).. hindi rin naman basta basta ma ba basag. since naka cemento naman yan eh.

    Floor Tiles are generally thicker than wall tiles. may mga tiles naman that can be used for walls and floors.

    also lots of ways for you to save money even if you go and get the european tiles. (dahil they are really worth the price.)

    you can buy europeans for wall tiles. tapos yung sahig mo, haluaan mo ng local or even china tiles. it'll lower your total project cost by quite a bit na.

    hope i've helped. post more specific questions if you want.

    edit: Granite Flooring..

    what makes granite expensive is that they are a natural stone. They're MINED kasi. kaya mahal.

    if you're on a budget, merong nabibiling floor tiles that "LOOK" like granite. a granite slab goes to about 5,000 pesos. if made with the tile, siguro, the same amount of floor space could be as low as 550 nalang.



    i've used all kinds of tiles from cheap ones to the "afffordable expensive' ones and granites din, kaya alam ko.

    i've yet to touch the tiles that cost 1,000 pesos per piece. hehe..

  3. #3
    bad trip lang ako sa lepanto. they dont sell by piece sa mchome depot. by the box daw.

  4. #4
    ^ edi pumasok ka sa wilcon and buy the last few pieces that you need.

  5. #5
    tip: when buying ceramic or vitrified tiles (mariwasa or lepanto type tiles) always check the batch which is printed on the box. may tendency kasi na different batches have variations in size and shade..

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