Do you love tiles so much that you just want to tile everything? We do! From London to New York, and China to Preston, we’ve travelled worldwide in this infographic to bring you some exclusive facts about our tiles and how you could use them. Check out our latest infographic!
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Here are some extra facts about some of the buildings we have discussed in the infographic that might interest you:
- There are 103 stories in the Empire State Building, that’s over 380 meters.
- The New Century Global Center is so big that it hosts its own water park.
- Bon Jovi played the first show in London’s O2 area, all the way back in June 2007.
- At the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, you can find works by Pablo Picasso, Paul Klee and Joan Miró.
- In 2018, this museum was the most popular exhibition in New York City, hosting nearly 1.3 million people.
- Tours of the Boeing Everett Facility have been going since 1968, with the first rollout of the 747
- Our tile showroom in Preston is the largest tile and bath showroom in the UK and considered one of the most comprehensive in all of Europe.
- Stop by our tile showroom in Bolton to experience the culmination of over 20 years of brilliant customer service. We serve regular demonstration and training events here.
Each of the buildings we mentioned in our infographic has positively impacted their local communities, and we certainly can’t think of a world without them. To ensure that our local monuments and attractions stay fresh and trendy, it is important that they stay well maintained. This may mean investing in a new lick of paint, or a trendy tiled floor.
If you’re considering redesigning your home or office, speak to us to ensure that you receive the best high-quality tiles. We can respond to any questions surrounding your budget or provide help for making your ideas become a reality.
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