How do I calculate delivery cost?
We ship direct from our supplier via international sea cargo. Our prices are ex Tax and you will need a shipping agent to arrange customs clearance and local taxes. For a shipping quote and help finding a shipping agent please Contact Us.
How can I order a sample?
We will send free samples, you will only need to pay for shipping. If you have a Fedex account we can also arrange collection of samples from our warehouse.
Can I get a custom design?
Can I select a mix of patterns?
How many Moroccan tiles are in a square yard?
There are 20.9 tiles in a square yard of the 20cm x 20cm tiles and 24.25 tiles in a square yard of the hexagonal tiles.
What size are the Moroccan tiles?
The square Moroccan tiles are 7.874″ x 7.874″ x 0.699″ and the hexagonal Moroccan tiles are 7.874″ at shortest point, 9.055″ at longest point and 0.699″ thick.
What weight are the Moroccan tiles?
1 square Moroccan tile is 3.086 lbs and 1 hexagonal Moroccan tile is 2.756 lbs.
Do the Moroccan tiles need to be sealed?
Are the Moroccan tiles suitable for walls, floors, bathroom walls and floors?
Are the Moroccan tiles suitable for outside?
Yes. A UV protection sealer is advised. When using Moroccan tiles outside it is important to maintain the sealant protection, otherwise sudden damage or frost damage may occur. It is recommended resealing of Moroccan tiles used outside every 1 to 2 years.
Are the Moroccan tiles suitable for beneath wood burning stoves?
Are the Moroccan tiles suitable for use with underfloor heating?
Yes they work well. Flexible adhesive and grout will be required. Also an expansion joint on the perimeter of the floor is advisable.
What is the slip rating of the Moroccan tiles?
Slip Resistance Testing was undertaken in accordance with BS 7976-2:2002+A1:2013 and The UK Slip Resistance Group Guidelines, Issue 5/2016.
For shod pedestrians this surface would be equivalent to a floor that has an R11 rating (PTV 34-50) (DIN 51130:2004).
For barefoot pedestrians this surface is equivalent to a floor that has a C rating (PTV – 45+) (DIN 51097: 1992).
The testing took place at Quin Friction Laboratories, Unit 4 Rathbeg, Bandon Road, Kinsale, Co. Cork, Ireland.