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What is a Rectified Tile?

The term 'rectified tile' is mainly used for porcelain and ceramic tiles and refers to tiles that have been cut to an exact corner and side, i.e. 90-degree angle. This allows tiles to be installed much closer to one another, hence minimizing the grout needed ...

The term 'rectified tile' is mainly used for porcelain and ceramic tiles and refers to tiles that have been cut to an exact corner and side, i.e. 90-degree angle. This allows tiles to be installed much closer to one another, hence minimizing the grout needed during installation. Ultimately, less grout means less cleaning and maintenance. Traditional porcelain and ceramic tiles will have imperfections during the cooking process that will require a higher amount of grouting.

The installation of rectified products are somewhat harder. Please discuss with your contractor prior to choosing a rectified tile.

For natural stones, since there is no cooking process involved, these products should by default be rectified. Natural stone products that are not aligning near perfectly shows quality issues.

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