Tile joints when filled with beautiful and durable joint fillers, adds to the aesthetics and beauty of floor and walls. But before we talk about tile joint fillers, let’s see how tile joints are useful beyond aesthetic reasons.
Here are some ways having tile joints are preferable to a seamless tile installation:
So, now you know why tile joints are necessary for installation of tiles.
Let’s now understand the two types of joint fillers that are commonly used. These are epoxy joint fillers and cementitious joint fillers with epoxy having several advantages over cementitious.
The below images explain in detail why epoxy joint filler is the more preferred option.
So, while epoxy tile joint filler might be slightly more expensive than cementitious filler, it is well worth it for the value that it offers with its durability and range.
The Roff epoxy tile joint filler is available in 25 shades to match all tile designs.
You can also now let your tile joints sparkle with 3 metallic finishes of Roff Sparkles – available in Gold, Silver, and Copper.