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Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to How Much Does a False Ceiling Cost?19 June 2019

2. Gypsum false ceilingPlain and simple straight-line gypsum false ceilings from reputed brands start at ₹75 per square foot.However, the the cost of the false ceiling can become expensive and go up to ₹125 per square foot if the false ceiling needs to be elaborately designed.

Pooja Khanna Tyagi added this to What Are the Different Types of Vitrified Tiles?23 December 2018

2. Full body vitrified tilesFull body vitrified tiles have a uniform colour running throughout their thickness. Hence, the tile never fades in its lifetime. This characteristic makes full body vitrified tiles the most suitable for high traffic areas because the scratches are hardly visible. It also makes them the most expensive.During the process of manufacturing, the pigment mixture is added right in the initial stages, so as to create a homogeneous colour that is consistent throughout the tile.Note: On the face of it, glazed vitrified tiles and full body vitrified tiles may look the same; hence it is essential to check the technical specifications of the vitrified tiles before you purchase them for your home.Vitrified tiles vs ceramic tiles? Find out here which is best for you

Vinita Kunnath added this to Vitrified vs Ceramic Tiles: Which Is Better?13 November 2018

Vitrified tilesVitrified tiles are similar to ceramic tiles – with the difference that the clay is mixed with silica, quartz and feldspar before being fired in the kiln. These extra ingredients, when baked at high temperatures, fuse together, creating a vitreous surface that is glossy and hard. The tile gets its name from the process of manufacturing, called vitrification.

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