Frequently Asked Questions About our Specialty Tiles & Installation Services
What types of tile do you provide?
We offer the largest selection of unique tiles in New England, including ceramic, mosaic, marble, glass, natural stone, slate, porcelain, metal, and tumbled stone tiles. Check out a list of some of our most popular selling tile brands here!
Do you offer tile installation?
Yes, we offer tile installation in the Nashua area and beyond! We specialize in kitchen backsplashes, bathrooms, and flooring.
What is your return policy?
Special order items are non-returnable. Some items can be returned for a restocking fee if it’s in original packaging.
Do you offer tile samples?
Yes, we do. Samples can we borrowed and returned! We request that samples be returned to us within 1 week.
Which type of tile is most durable?
Natural stone is definitely the most durable. While stone has a variety of characteristics, when installed properly it will last more than a lifetime. There are endless examples around the world of even soft stone used as floor, countertop, stair tread, and streets that are centuries old. From a wall specific tile with a soft glaze to porcelain to natural stone, when properly installed in the intended area, it will last 25-50 years and beyond. Porcelain is the densest of the 3 types of ceramic tile. A true (certified) porcelain tile has an absorption rate of less than 1/10th of 1%. Porcelain tile is harder than a red or what clay bodied tile but, most porcelain tiles are glazed. The glaze is the wear layer that needs to withstand expected traffic. The Porcelain Enamel Institute (PEI) tests and gives wear ratings 1-5. A 1 will be wall only. A 5 is a heavy commercial floor. Let the experts at Artistic Tile help you select the proper tile for your specific job!
Where are you located?
We’re located in the Greystone Plaza in Nashua, New Hampshire at 650 Amherst St.
What are your store hours?
We’re open the following hours:
- Mon-Wed: 9am-5pm
- Thurs: 9am-8pm
- Fri-Sat: 9am-5pm
- Sun 11am-4pm
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