ARTO concrete tiles are integrally colored using advanced liquid pigments. This means the color is present throughout the tile body rather than pressed on top of a grey concrete base.
The concrete tile manufacturing process also also for a wider variety of unique textures that can resemble brick, terra cotta, and many other surfaces.
Concrete tile is made with both sand, cement, and larger aggregates like gravel. By contrast, cement tiles are generally made with sand and cement and other additives like marble powder.
That means concrete tiles are much stronger than cement tiles are can be used outdoors and even in driveways, freezing and thawing climates, and other harsh conditions.
Cement tiles, by contrast, can usually only be used in interior applications.
Cement tiles are manufactured by hydraulically pressing sand, pigment, cement, and other additives over a dry concrete base.
I like that you mentioned how the concrete tile process allows for a wide variety of textures. My wife and I recently moved into a new home and want to make a back patio for family reunions. I didn’t realize there were so many concrete tiles to choose from. I’ll have to let my wife know about the variety when we build the patio.
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