A thin, flat piece of fired clay or glazed porcelain tile that is applied over wood joists and sheathing, or a concrete slab with cement or other adhesive and grouted joints. Normally used for its durability, easiness to clean, and relatively waterproof finish. Ceramic tile comes in a wide variety of sizes, shapes and finishes. Cost represents an average of these styles.
Ceramic tile, adhesive, and grout.