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Porcelain tiles are available in a vast array of colours, sizes and patterns and, due to their very low porosity, are suitable to a wide range of applications. Porcelain tiles tend to be more expensive than ceramic tiles but also offer far greater resistance to wear and tear over time. Porcelain tiles are much denser than ceramic tiles, tend to be more uniform in consistency and contain fewer air pockets, which makes them much harder and resistant to chipping.

Most porcelain tiles go through a process called vitrification which involves filling the tiny gaps between the material’s particles with glass, thereby creating a completely solid mass that is impervious to moisture. This process makes porcelain tiles particularly suited to use in wet areas such as bathrooms and kitchens as well as in and around pools.

At M2 Tiles, we stock many porcelain tile options from small, patterned mosaics through to large format, plain white, concrete and timber floorboard style tiles. We aim to offer specialist tile solutions for discerning customers and source our porcelain tiles from around the world including from Italy, England, Spain, Portugal, Mexico and Morocco. Whether you’re looking for metallic tiles for an industrial style bathroom, fused concrete tiles for a contemporary veranda or hand-crafted, patterned tiles to complete a vintage, European theme, M2 Tiles’ Perth showroom stocks a dazzling array of options.

With 30 years’ experience supplying the best in boutique, porcelain tiles for some of Perth’s most beautiful homes, we are trusted by interior designers, architects and home renovators alike. We cater to customers looking for something special in their tile choices and are renowned for our friendly, helpful advice and competitive prices.

Contact us to discuss your tiling project today.

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384 Herringbone Black…
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393 Hexagonal White…
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394 Hexagonal Black…
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410 Fan Matt…
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We take the health, safety and wellbeing of our staff and clients extremely seriously. In the interests of safe working practises we have the implemented the following:

Working Remotely

To minimise the risk of our staff members contracting Covid19, should the need arise for our showroom to be closed,  are able to continue with processing orders and taking enquiries whilst working in isolation. We have systems in place that allow us to continue processing orders, providing quotations and responding to enquiries away from the office and to effectively communicate with each other and our clients. This will ensure that there is zero downtime and that the work we carry out for you, and services that we provide is not disrupted.

Continuity of Care

In the case of either of us contracting the virus, we shall be self-quarantining and seeking the correct medical advice and treatment. We are trained in each other’s roles and this will allow us to keep the high levels of service we provide at the same standards so that your marketing is not affected.

Risks Associated With Travel

None of our staff members has travelled overseas in the last 90 days. Any plans for future travel have been put on hold to ensure the risks of contracting the virus are minimised.

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