See Pre-Grouted Tile
Salt deposits that form on the surface of concrete when sodium calcium hydroxide mixes with carbon dioxide.
A styling technique that consists of a three dimensional pattern or design in a surface.
A type of adhesive that contains an epoxy resin and a hardener, used to adhere tiles to the surface beneath.
A type of grout which contains an epoxy resin and a hardener, used to fill joints and grout lines.
A space left around the perimeter of the room or between sections of flooring that allows for the movement and expansion of the flooring.
Colored rocks or other aggregate exposed on the surface of concrete, generally by using abrasive materials or a pressure washer to remove the surface mortar. It is also seen on the surface of natural stone flooring.