Rakesh Marbles & Granites

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Calicut Bye-Pass Road,Kalmandapam, Palakkad

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HAPPY ONAM 2018
24, Jul 2014

 
Rakesh Marble & Granite inviting all of you to our marvellous showroom for celebrating ONAM  2018 with us....

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24, Jul 2014

 
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24, Jul 2014

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24, Jul 2014

Welcome all to our newly renovated Marble,Granite,Vitrified Tiles,Ceramic Tiles and saniatarywares all other building material palace at
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Vitrified tiles

Vitrified tile is a tile that has undergone a certain process that gives it extremely low porosity, and thus, very low water absorption. This makes the tile hard and strong, as well as stain resistant. There are various benefits to using a high quality vitrified tile over natural marble or granite tiles. Most of them involve the overall durability and strength of the tiles, although they are often more attractive in the long run as well.


Vitrified tiles are man-made, so their quality can be guaranteed. Tiles that do not meet quality standards are simply not packaged and sold. Marble and granite, on the other hand, are natural. This means that some tiles may be better quality than others, depending on the quality of the materials found.


Many builders choose to use vitrified tile because it is strong, water resistant, and stain resistant. The treatment the tiles undergo gives them the ability to withstand more use than marble or granite without losing functionality or appearance. Vitrified tile also resists scratches and discoloration, while granite tile often becomes yellowish after several years of use.

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