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Porcelain

Glazed

With the development in technology, glazed tiles can be produced to simulate almost any look. The introduction of ink jet printers in tile factories has revolutionised the production of glazed tiles. This new technology also allows accurate printing on an uneven surface so a wood or stone product can be simulated in look and feel. The main advantage of this is that natural stone and wood requires ongoing maintenance and sealing, while a glazed porcelain will only require basic cleaning and no maintenance. Glazed tiles also provides a non-porous surface which cannot stain.

Full Bodied

Although full bodied tiles are not as diverse in design as glazed porcelain tiles, they make up for this in the strength department. Full bodied tiles also offer variance in texture which allows a flow of colour from indoors to outdoors with a change in texture offering a non-slip surface in wet areas. The colour of the tile is consistent from top to bottom and there is no surface glaze that can wear off, making full bodied tiles ideal for high traffic areas. They are highly vitrified offering a stain resistant surface despite not having a glazed surface. They do not require any ongoing maintenance other than general cleaning.

Cement-Look
Stone-Look
Marble-Look
Wood-Look
Polished
Slip-Resistant

Ceramic

Ceramic tile is similar to porcelain tile, and while some companies use the terms interchangeably, they are actually very different. Ceramic tile is not as dense and has a higher absorption rate. This means that it is not frost-proof, and it may chip or damage more easily than porcelain tile. Despite these differences, ceramic tile is a very popular choice for floors and walls. The tile is coated with a special glaze that protects and seals it. This keeps the tile from absorbing stains while improving the durability of each piece. The glaze is also what gives ceramic tile its colour and pattern.

Decorative

Decorative tiles are all the rage in today’s kitchens, bathrooms, home bars, and more. They’re a creative way to dramatically transform backsplashes, shower and bath surrounds, floors, stair risers, and more from ordinary surfaces into the highlight of a room.

slate

A fine grained metamorphic rock that has developed a foliation (sheet like layers) due to the pressure imposed upon it. Typically blends of grey’s, yellows, rust, reds and browns, slate lends itself to most applications. Available in wall, floor and roof covering’s, slate is versatile and strong. Used over hundreds of years, slate had stood the test of time.

Sandstone

Sandstone is an age old favourite. Generally light in colour and fine grained in texture, sandstone offers a wide variety of purposes to meet your design needs, both internally and externally. Sandstone offers excellent slip resistant qualities in the natural cleft face finish which is ideal for external use. It is unique in the varied appearance of texture, colour, pattern and veining. Internally used, sandstone exudes warmth and charm. Sandstone is full of character.

Granite

This unique and elegant natural stone is one of the hardest and strongest stones available. Its unique properties make it more resistant to acids, heat, etching and staining.

It can be used both internally and externally and is available on various surface finishes and formats. This tile is extremely versatile and has been used in extensively in elegant homes and as well as high traffic applications such as high rise buildings. The colours and patterns are unique in each tile. Granite is an affordable luxury.

Marble

A metamorphic rock composed predominantly of calcite formed from limestone after the application of heat and or pressure. It’s translucent nature and pearly lustre is unique and no other material suggests elegance like marble. Available in a wide range of colours from subtle soft tones to very exotic and dramatic variations, marble will appeal to the discerning buyer who appreciates the very uniqueness of this material.

Travertine

A sedimentary rock formed by the precipitation of calcium carbonate from mineral springs.  Predominantly white or cream in colour, the appearance of Travertine can vary depending on how it is cut. Cutting Travertine across the grain highlights the tonal variations in the deposition layers and exposes the pores (known as vein cut) while Travertine cut parallel or along the grain is presented as flowery, circular pattern (known a cross cut). It is available in various tonalities and surface finishes as well as formats. The unique patterning and texture of Travertine has been admired for thousands of years.

Cladding

Stone Cladding can be used on the exterior of your home as well as the interior. Stone Cladding can be used on certain walls in your home to enhance your wall and create a timeless feature. These materials are becoming more and more popular because of the fact that they are much lighter than regular stone and they have a natural look to them.

Vinyl

Vinyl Flooring is one of the most resilient, affordable flooring solutions available. With expressive patterns and unlimited design possibilities, vinyl flooring allows you to capture the look and feel of natural woods with added benefits only found in vinyl flooring. With vinyl, you can create the ideal environment, functionally and aesthetically, both essential characteristics in offices, schools, gyms, residential homes and in fact any commercial project. There are no limits to the statement you can make using vinyl

Bullnose & Copings

Bullnose and Copings are a perfect addition to any tile project and is most commonly used as the finished edge around pools. Bullnoses and copings can also be used as a highlight to an entryway, steps or any other application requiring a finished edge. With colours and styles to compliment all types of tile.

Mosaics

These tiles are used to give a beautiful and original appearance to houses. Mosaic tiles are available in various different types such as ceramic mosaic, stone mosaic, creative tiles, glass mosaics etc. which can be used creatively for different purposes.

2cm Porcelain Pavers

Our revolutionary porcelain pavers offer a blend of versatility , design, performance, simplicity of installation and eco-sustainability. For all the same reasons you would choose a porcelain tile for your interior flooring surfaces , you can now choose porcelain pavers for your exterior surfaces.

The benefits of the porcelain paver include being resistant to salts, acids , chlorine, pesticides , insecticides and general household chemicals. Because they are fired at 1200 C degrees and not sun dried like cement or concrete pavers, they have a very high breaking strength (8170 N per mm sq) . The pavers are easy to install and clean and have a non-slip surface perfect for outdoor use. The colours will not fade or stain over time and are rectified. This means the tiles are REGULAR in size allowing you to lay the tiles with narrow joints from 2mm thickness.

Fireplaces

Calore imports and distributes state of the art closed combustion fireplaces from various renowned European suppliers: Piazzetta, Superior from Italy, Bronpi from Spain and ADF from Portugal.

Each fireplace is produced from the finest high-end materials with a combination of expert craftsmanship and the latest technology. Calore offers a vast variety of options to choose from, ranging from economic fireplaces to timeless showpieces.

With the ever increasing demand for eco-friendly heating systems, our sustainable energy fireplace range encompasses both wood log and automated wood pellet fireplaces, which are both available as freestanding or built in units.

Cooking

The secret of the Kamado is the ceramic dome. The ceramic shell acts as an insulator to keep the natural oils and moisture in food for incredible juiciness and tenderness. You also get true wood fired flavour because our grills use 100% natural sustainable lump charcoal as a heat source. The shape also circulates heat for more uniform cooking. Now compare this to open grills that let heat escape and cook largely from below. They require more total heat to achieve the same temperature profile as a Kamado. This excessive heat robs moisture from your meat. The Kamado JAN keeps the heat in the grill and the moisture in the meat!

The air controls of the Kamado JAN allow the user to accurately control and regulate the temperature thereby offering endless cooking possibilities and the accessories available also allow the user to cook in various styles which results in the ultimate culinary (braai) experience. The Kamado JAN grills allow you to bake, roast, sear, grill, smoke and even bake pizza with a simple adjustment of the air flow. The bottom line is that you can cook anything in the Kamado JAN ceramic grill.

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