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Limestone Tile

Limestone Tile

Before talking more deeply about limestone tile we should discuss about the formation process of sedimentary rock because limestone is a type of sedimentary rock. It is formatted upon our earth surface through the eroding of several materials from water and wind. The eroded pieces settle on the top of each other in the water (rivers, lakes, or oceans). This situation performs layers compression and finally we get the bottom layer that is also known as sedimentary rock.

Limestone formation needs some minerals, aragonite, and calcite. Aragonite is formed by crystallization process from calcium carbonate. Limestone is also composed of small skeleton of aquatic creatures. You may see “quartz line” or cracks appearance on limestone and wonder about the strength of this rock. Do not worry because it is actually an indicator of its strength.

People have been used this material for centuries in order to create sophisticated and natural look inside their house. Beside amazing appearance limestone tile also provide great durability. Commonly this product is covered by special sealed that make the tile more resistant to discoloration, dampness, and stain.

Grey Limestone Tile

Grey Limestone Tile

The cost of limestone tile product usually higher than other tile, but it needs low maintenance procedure. Non-gloss finishing process of this stone make the unwanted scratches are harder to leave a mark on your tiles. If you are looking for bathroom tiles that strong enough against daily wear, scratch and can protect your bathroom from germ problem, you should consider this type of bathroom tiles. You only need to clean the surface of tiles and the grout once a week to keep the performance of limestone tiles look as good as new tiles.

Remember just like other types of tiles, limestone also has different specification. While planning to use limestone for your flooring project, you must ensure that you buy the right limestone product for flooring.

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