They are relatively affordable: Ceramic tiles are cheaper than porcelain by a whopping 60-70 percent. The average cost for ceramic tiles at the budget end is £3-7 per square foot.
They are easier to shape: During installation, you may be forced to cut some of the tiles so they can fit in your space. Ceramic tiles are less dense and, for that reason, easy to cut using simple tools such as a wet tile saw or a snap tile.
They are water resistant: This is one of the most sought-after properties in household tiling materials. Glazed ceramic tiles are fully covered with a protective layer that keeps the surface safe from water damage. This makes them suitable for bathroom and kitchen countertops, and other moisture-prone areas.
Easy to maintain Thanks to the smooth, water-resistant surface, glazed ceramic tiles are easy to clean and highly resistant to stubborn stains and grime.
They are hypoallergenic: Their even and smooth surface means they cannot hold potential allergy triggers such as dust and pollen. With no dips to lodge in, the particles are easily wiped or washed off using regular cleaning equipment.