quarry tile


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quarry tile

A dense, unglazed, ceramic tile, used most often for flooring.
See also: Tile

quarry tile, promenade tile

Unglazed ceramic tile, machine-made by the extrusion process from natural clay or shales; sometimes used for factory floors.
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The LinkUp program team will help Quarry Tile find new markets for its Eco-Tile line.
It now produces tiles for domestic, commercial and industrial applications, including glazed, porcelain and quarry tiles.
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Q HOW can I lay quarry tiles over the uneven old wooden floorboards in our kitchen?
Q: Scrub Free that was dripped on quarry tiles left light spots on the tile.
The timber-framed structure around three sides of the atrium encloses a series of free-flowing spaces elegantly conceived in black, white and silver with floors of warm quarry tiles.
The Multiwash, TRUVOX INTERNATIONAL'S multipurpose floor cleaning machine, gives good results on most types of hard floor covering including wood, vinyl, studded rubber, linoleum, marble, granite, stone, quarry tiles, profiled ceramic floors and non-slip safety floors.
The unbroken roof line, the ridge skylight running the length of the house, and quarry tiles used everywhere underfoot all contribute to the sense of spaciousness.
From reclaimed mahogany to French quarry tiles, solid oak and marble, there is no compromise on quality in this property.