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Tile Medallion Frequently Asked Question
What are Tile Medallions?
Tile Medallions are decorative marble designs that are installed in the floor. Used in homes and in offices, tile medallion add elegance and formality to rooms, bathrooms, foyers and entryways.
Tile Medallions are generally categorized by their outer shape. The most common are Round Tile Medallions, Square Tile Medallions, Oval Tile Medallions and Rectangle Tile Medallions. The design of the Tile Medallion, contained within the outer shape, is created by specially cut pieces of marble stone. Popular designs include geometric, floral, sunbursts and star shaped patterns, though there are many, more intricate design options available.
Where can I buy Tile Medallions
You can buy Tile Medallions products by calling us at (866) 999-6622. You can also visit us online at www.www.Tile-Medallion.Com.
Where can I install my Tile Medallions?
You can install your tile medallion in almost any room in your home or office. In the home, tile medallion are commonly seen in entryways, formal dining rooms, and expansive master bathrooms. In the office, a Tile Medallion can add visual appeal to a conference room or reception area. Tile Medallions are used with many types of flooring, including hardwood, ceramic tile, natural stone and glass.
How thick are the medallions?
Medallion Outlet's Tile Medallions are 3/8” thick.
Are medallions suitable for heavy traffic areas?
Yes, with proper installation and care, medallions are suitable for low to moderate and high traffic areas.
What are the best types of flooring to surround Tile Medallions?
Tile Medallions can be surrounded by wood, ceramic tile, porcelain tile and virtually any natural stone used for flooring.
How are Tile Medallions used?
Tile Medallions are used for design purposes. The intricacy of the design and the natural beauty of marble create a bold statement of elegance in any room. Marble Tile Medallions have a distinct design advantage over other accent pieces like furniture: because the medallion is installed into the floor, it does not diminish the size of the room or take up space.
How are Tile Medallions made?
Our Tile Medallions are made with a waterjet process. Once the design is created, we use a high pressure stream of water and abrasive to cut the marble sections that fit into the pattern. Our waterjet process results in precision cuts that do not, in any way, impact the integrity of the stone. Each section of the medallion will fit perfectly into the pattern as a whole, and there will be no wear on the edges. We stand by our waterjet-cut Tile Medallions. Other, less precise cutting methods can cause chipping or result in a medallion that has unsightly gaps between sections.
Where can I install my Tile Medallion?
You can install your Tile Medallion in almost any room in your home or office. In the home, floor medallions are commonly seen in entryways, formal dining rooms, and expansive master bathrooms. In the office, a floor medallion could add visual appeal to a conference room or reception area. Tile Medallions are used with many types of flooring, including hardwood, ceramic tile, natural stone and glass.
How long will it take for my Tile Medallion to ship?
The normal turn around time for a standard size and designed medallion is 2 - 3 weeks. For custom sizes and designes the turn around time is 3 - 4 weeks. A more specific timeline can be provided on a case by case basis.
How are your Tile Medallions shipped?
We have shipped medallions all over the globe and have developed a secure packing and shipping system. Our prices do not include shipping. Due to the unique requirements of shipping a Tile Medallions, shipping prices must be custom quoted for each order. Contact Us for more information on shipping charges.
What if my Tile Medallions breaks en route?
It is rare that a Tile Medallion will be damaged en route. If a section of the medallion incurs damage, we will cut and ship a replacement section to you right away. If the entire medallion is damaged, we will evaluate and remedy the problem on a case-by-case basis.