If you are like me, you’ve always liked the look of polished marble. It seems rather elegant and classy, wouldn’t you say? It is also pricey. It is heavy and much harder to cut than other tile. The price hovers around $5-6 a square foot. That’s why you need to know about Rectified Polished Porcelain. It has the look of marble without the sticker price.

Just like the polished marble you’ve seen, Rectified polished porcelain is also shiny, plus, it is designed for very small grout lines. Rectified tiles are razor or diamond cut so they can be installed with minimal grout lines.
Marble doesn’t come free of drawbacks. If you talk to any contractor, most will tell you it is rather easy to scuff up marble flooring if you walk across it in heels. If you spend all that money on your flooring, you want it to remain pristine, right? So, it’s good to know that rectified polished porcelain flooring is scratch resistant too.

If you are looking for an inexpensive alternative to marble, rectified polished porcelain is the perfect choice.

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