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Tile has been around for a long period of time. Tile was used as far back as ancient Greece and Rome. The tile at that time was mostly made of marble or other polished stones.

The Tiling used in homes today is mostly made from ceramic. Ceramic is somewhat inexpensive to wears well in homes and is impressive that most people are willing to pay to have installed in their homes.
Tile consisting of marble is very expensive and is not used in most homes. Like everything else in home décor, the trends for tile flooring have changed gradually throughout the ages when it comes to design, quality and materials.

When considering tiles materials for various rooms in the house, for the kitchen and bathroom many people choose due to its durability, beauty and resistance to water and humidity. When ceramic materials are installed and cared for properly, they can last the life of the house and maintain their appearance.

Pratik Patel (B.D.M.)
Shreeji Ceramic Ind.
Morbi – INDIA
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Your home is an essential part of you. It reflects your personality and taste and says something about who you are but a Home also has to be practical. SHREEJI ceramic offers customary & exclusive wall and vitrified tiles in all sizes with drops of art and fashion. Our inspirational range of contemporary designs finishes and colour schemes is the perfect combination of form function for today's lifestyle. “Excellence” is a way of Life at Shreeji Ceramic Ind., it knows no boundaries nor is it a fixed standard. It is a “state” that is continuously changing and evolving. It pushes us to reach even more challenging Standards of Performance.

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