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Bryan Stanley
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What are the Standard Sizes of Tiles available in the market?

What are the standard sizes of tiles available in the market? (Granite, marble, vitrified)

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Seth Morgan
Construction Superintendent

Nowdays tiles are available in a wide range of sizes. Some popular sizes for floors are 300×600 mm, 600×600 mm.

The seven most common standard tile sizes are : 300*300 mm, 300*600 mm, 600*600 mm, 610*610 mm, 800*800 mm, 250*350 mm and 350*450 mm.

Henry Newman
Water resource engineer
What are the Standard Sizes of Tiles available in the market?

In today’s technological world various types of tiles are available for wall and tile, they are listed below;

  • Vitrified  tiles
  • Ceramic tiles
  • Porcelain tiles
  • Cement tiles
  • Quartz, stone and even glass tiles

Now, Let’s discuss some popular sizes:

1) For Floor:

  • 300mm X 600mm
  • 600mm X 600mm
  • 610mm X 610mm
  • 800mm X 800mm

2) For Wall:

  • 250mm X 300mm
  • 300mm X 450mm
  • 300mm X 600mm

Highly recommended standard size of tile is 250mm X 350mm

( Refer above figure for better understanding of the concept.)

Peter Smith
Heating and ventilation engineer

Standard size for floor tiles and some fashionable tiles are as follows:

  • 12 Inches * 12 inches
  • 18 inches * 18 inches
  • 12 inches* 24 inches

Nowadays various sizes of tiles are available. It depends upon room size and utility.

Different types of tiles are available for water and clothing areas and colourful tiles are available for halls for galleries.

Some popular sizes are below

  • 300 x 600mm
  • 600 X 600mm
  • 800 x 600mm
  • 250 x 350 mm
  • 350 X 450 mm
Wilma Caldwell
Architectural technologist

The usual sizes of tiles available in the market are 20*20 cm, 20*10 cm, 15*15 cm. The thickness of these tiles are 15mm and 20 mm. But nowadays large size of tiles are preferred over small tiles. Thankyou.

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