The sleek look of concrete flooring is on-trend, and with its unrefined sophistication, appears to have true staying power.
Made of strong porcelain, our concrete look tile gives you the style you want without the inconvenience of concrete installation and maintenance.
• Waterproof
• Scratch-resistant
• Stain-resistant
• Fire-resistant
• Slip-resistant

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Concrete Look Tile FAQs

  • Is there a tile that looks like polished concrete?
    Absolutely! With advanced technology, porcelain tile can be made to look indistinguishable from polished concrete, especially after it has been installed.
  • What is concrete porcelain tile?

    Concrete porcelain tile is actually porcelain tile that looks like concrete. Whether is the sleek industrial appeal of poured concrete, or an eye-catching encaustic design, porcelain tile that looks like concrete is a superior choice. Unlike real concrete, porcelain is waterproof, scratch-resistant, stain-resistant, and easy to maintain.

  • Is concrete harder than porcelain tile?
    The opposite is true. Porcelain is heated at extremely high temperatures, making it denser and stronger than any other tile material. Concrete tile can easily crack or chip before installation, but less so once it is installed.
  • Which is easier to maintain, concrete or porcelain?
    Porcelain is much easier to maintain. While both concrete (after installation) and porcelain are durable, only porcelain is waterproof and stain resistant. Moisture can penetrate concrete, weakening it and making it susceptible to mold and mildew. Concrete is also easily stained. In order to avoid these problems, concrete should be sealed before use and waxed or resealed every 3 to 9 months. Porcelain does not require sealing or any maintenance regime other than normal cleaning.
  • Does tile stick to concrete?
    Yes, tile will adhere to concrete. It is recommended that concrete floors be prepared for tile installation by proper cleaning and priming prior to installation. Daltile Sales Service Centers offer a wide range of tile setting and installation products perfect for preparing concrete floors for tile installation.
  • What are the biggest differences between tile and concrete?
    Both are on-trend and offer incredible style. And in fact, it can be difficult to distinguish between concrete tile and concrete look tile. Even poured concrete has a doppelganger in porcelain extra-large slabs but with a LOT less effort to install. (No concrete trucks needed, hallelujah!) The main differences between the two materials are 1) strength, 2) porosity, and 3) required maintenance. Both are strong and both are low-maintenance. However, porcelain is denser, harder and more durable. Concrete is vulnerable to moisture (resulting in mold, mildew, and cracks) and stains, whereas porcelain is stain-resistant and waterproof. Last but not least are maintenance requirements. Concrete must be sealed prior to use and resealed every 3 to 9 months. Porcelain does not need sealing at all.

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