IVAS tiles come in a wide range of designs, from classic to modern, and everything in between, to ensure that you find the perfect tile to match your style.
Our tiles are made from high-quality materials that are both durable and long-lasting, ensuring that your investment lasts for years to come.
Our tiles are easy to install, making it possible to complete your project with minimal effort and time.
Our tiles are suitable for any space, including kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms, and outdoor areas. They are ideal for both residential and commercial use.
Our tiles are resistant to wear and tear, making them perfect for high-traffic areas or spaces that are exposed to moisture.
Our tiles are easy to clean and require minimal maintenance, so you can spend more time enjoying your space and less time maintaining it.
Our tiles are made to last, so you can enjoy your investment for years to come without worrying about wear and tear.
There are several types of finishes that are commonly used in tiles, including:
Glossy : A glossy finish is a smooth, shiny surface that reflects light well. It can create a sleek and modern look and is easy to clean.
High Gloss : A high gloss finish on tiles refers to a shiny, reflective surface that has been achieved through a particular manufacturing process. The surface of the tiles is polished to a very high degree, which creates a smooth, shiny surface that reflects light, giving the tiles a bright and lustrous appearance. High gloss finish tiles are often used in areas where a sleek and modern look is desired, such as in bathrooms, kitchens, and other areas where the tiles are used as decorative elements.
Matte : Matte finish tiles have a granular and hard surface with a non-reflective matte finish. They help to create a rustic or traditional look. Their surface is less prone to the visual effects of scratching. They hide dirt well and are a great compromise between slip resistance and the ability to easily clean the tile surface.
Polished : A polished finish is similar to a glossy finish but has a higher level of shine and a smoother surface. It can make a room look more luxurious and can be used in a variety of styles. However, it can be more expensive than other finishes.
Carving : A Carving finish has a rough or uneven surface that can create a more natural or rustic look. It can be used to add depth and interest to a room and is often used in outdoor or high-traffic areas because it provides better traction.
SUGAR : Sugar Finishes are great for high traffic areas. They're durable and withstand lots of wear and tear while also being easy to clean or maintain. It's best if you consider what type of pattern or design you want for your tiles before choosing a sugar finish tiles because some patterns might not hold up well against the shine.
Rustic : Rustic finish tiles are perfect for those who want a home with a mix of old and new elements. There are many different types of rustic finishes which will give your space different feels - from modern, to farmhouse, to traditional - so you can explore all your options before choosing what you love best!
To calculate the number of tiles required for a given area, you need to know the size of the tiles, the size of the area to be tiled, and the size of any gaps between the tiles that will be filled with grout. Here are the steps to follow:
Measure the length and width of the area to be tiled in meters or feet. For irregularly shaped areas, you may need to break it down into smaller sections and measure each section separately.
Determine the size of the tiles you plan to use. Tiles come in various sizes, such as 30cm x 30cm, 60cm x 60cm, etc. Note down the length and width of each tile in the same unit of measurement as the area.
Decide on the spacing between the tiles. The gap between tiles is usually between 2-3mm. However, it can vary depending on the type of tile and the design.
Calculate the area of each tile by multiplying its length and width.
Calculate the total area of the wall or floor by multiplying its length and width.
Determine the number of tiles required by dividing the total area of the wall or floor by the area of each tile. Add 10% to the result to account for wastage and cuts.
Round up the number of tiles to the nearest whole number.
Yes, Glazed Vitrified Tiles (GVT) can be installed on walls, although they are more commonly used as flooring. GVT tiles are made of high-quality porcelain, and they are known for their durability, strength, and resistance to stains and scratches. They also come in a wide range of colours, patterns, and designs, making them a popular choice for both residential and commercial projects.
When installing GVT tiles on walls, it's essential to ensure that the surface is clean, flat, and free of any dirt or debris. The tiles can be fixed to the wall using a high-quality tile adhesive, and grout can be applied to fill the gaps between the tiles. It's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions for installation and to ensure that the tiles are properly sealed to prevent any moisture from seeping through the grout lines and damaging the wall or the tiles.
Yes, it is possible to apply IVAS tiles on tiles, but there are some important considerations to keep in mind. First, the existing tiles must be clean, dry, and in good condition. Any loose or cracked tiles should be removed and the surface should be repaired and leveled before installing the new tiles.Secondly, the additional height of the new tiles will need to be taken into account, as this can affect the height of fixtures such as toilets, sinks, and doors. If the added height is significant, it may be necessary to remove the existing tiles and start with a clean surface. When installing new tiles over existing tiles, it's important to use an appropriate adhesive designed for this purpose. The adhesive should be able to bond strongly to both the existing tiles and the new tiles, and should be flexible enough to accommodate any movement in the underlying surface. A high-quality tile adhesive and grout should be used, and it's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions for application.
There are different tiles sizes as per the category of tile and application areas.
Ceramic wall - 300 x 600 mm
Ceramic Floor - 600x 600 mm
Monocotta - 600x1200 mm
Glazed Vitrified tiles - 600x1200 and 200x1200 mm
Glazed Vitrified Slabs - 800x2400, 1200x1800, 800x1600 mm
Elevation tiles (Vitrified) - 300x 600mm
Parking Tiles (Vitrified) - 300 x 300 mm, 400 x 400 mm
Flooring : Slab tiles are often used for large flooring applications, such as in entryways, living rooms, and kitchens. Their large size means that they can cover a lot of space quickly, and their thin profile means that they can be used in areas where a thicker tile may not be suitable.
Wall cladding : Slab tiles are also commonly used as a decorative element for walls, particularly in bathrooms and kitchens. They can be used to create a seamless look, with the tile continuing up the wall from the floor.
Countertops : Slab tiles can be used for countertops in kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas where a hard, durable surface is needed. They are often used as an alternative to natural stone countertops, such as granite or marble.
Shower walls : Slab tiles are a popular choice for shower walls, as they are water-resistant and easy to clean. They can be used to create a sleek, modern look in a bathroom.
Outdoor areas : Slab tiles can be used to create outdoor patios, walkways, and pool decks. They are durable and resistant to weather, making them a good choice for outdoor areas.
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