An Introduction to the Olde English Tile Range
All tiles in the current Olde English range are 9 – 10mm thick.
All triangles, and squares 70mm and below, have completely square edges. Squares and octagons of 100mm and 150mm, and hexagons, have a rebated edge, which gives a flush finish once grouted.
We recommend sealing these tiles when laid indoors with HG Golvpolish or equivalent, non-permanent sealer. Be sure that the tiling has dried out completely before sealing and that no moisture is trapped under the seal. If moisture is trapped, it will produce a cloudy finish beneath the seal coat – this can only be rectified by stripping the sealer (with HG Remover) and re-sealing. Cleaning should be carried out using HG Superfloor. If a sealer of a different make is used, follow the manufacturer’s guidance for cleaning and stripping products. Manufacturers instructions should always be followed, with special attention paid to Health and Safety issues.
Recreate a period look, modernise an old design, or develop a pattern of your own. Olde English tiles come in a variety of shapes and sizes and an unprecedented range of colours.
Unlike some other geometric tile ranges Olde English tiles are fully vitrified and are therefore extremely hard wearing. The tiles are frost resistant and suitable for both interior and exterior use.