Stone and Tile Maintenance

Did you know natural stone can last for thousands of years? Remnants of these structures can and are found throughout the modern world. Look at The Parthenon in Greece, the

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Mold 101: Things You Need To Know

The last couple of weeks we’ve been focusing on mold and mildew remediation and for good reason. With much of the southern US, Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean still

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City Tile Delivers!

Did you know that City Tile is doing deliveries to the surrounding areas of Nanaimo now? That’s right, they’ll deliver it to you. So, if a customer lives up or

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Meet Michelle the Interior Designer at City Tile

Meet Michelle Staniscia. Michelle is the interior designer at Nanaimo’s City Tile. She obtained a diploma in a two-year course in interior design at what was Malaspina but is now

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Meet City Tile’s First Ever Employee Steve DeHaas

Steve DeHaas is not just a long time employee at City Tile, but when City Tile migrated over to Vancouver Island, from Burnaby, Steve was the first employee that Dominic

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Sealing Porcelain or Ceramic Tile

To seal or not to seal porcelain tile, now is that the question? One trying to find information on this will find that there is an array of different opinions

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Congratulate Craig On 10 Years with City Tile

Craig Rivers is a long time employee at City Tile in Nanaimo. How long is a long time? Craig’s been with City Tile for precisely a decade this year. That’s

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Tile’s Pet-Friendly

Tired of battling allergies year after year because of all of the junk that gets compacted into the carpet from pets? Their hair and dander start to create a real

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An Introduction to Porcelain, Ceramic, and Stone Tiles

All types of tiles with their myriad colors and designs sparkle on floors, walls, courtyards, and other open surfaces. Moreover, they tend to last a long time and are generally

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Heated or Unheated, Tile is Prudent

Let’s just face it; carpet is indeed a thing of the past. Even vinyl or wood flooring is becoming nondesirable through the eyes of homeowners. What is easier to maintain

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