Tile Africa Contracts has introduced new and specialist tiles suitable for various requirements and applications at Interbuild Africa 2014. The new ranges now form part of its core offering to designers, specifiers and architects and includes the Interbau range of extruded stoneware products extensively used in commercial kitchens, breweries, dairies, abattoirs and warehouses; the trendy Concrete glazed porcelain range with a very high MOHS rating suitable for high traffic areas such as shopping centres; the Vintage Wood-Look glazed porcelain range available in a variety of colours with matching decor pieces that is suitable for light, medium and high traffic areas as well as the Johnson Tiles Fusion range of ceramic inkjet tiles that are locally manufactured and allows for the development of bespoke designs and exclusive products for commercial customers.
Tile Africa Contracts offers an extensive range of technical and aesthetic products that cover every requirement and application. Materials are sourced locally and overseas and Tile Africa Contracts researches all the desired specifications methodically to find the most suitable products or comparable alternatives.
The company’s national footprint allows it to supply tiles and related products to projects throughout the country.
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