Enhance the aesthetics of your home or business with Arizona Tile Skylights Glass Tiles, available in glossy and matte finishes. These construction-grade glass tiles are frost proof and acid resistant, so their beautiful finishes will last indoors and out. Available in nine soothing colors and a variety of sizes (see table below to view all members of the Skylights family), these tiles are mounted on mesh sheets, so they are easy to install just about anywhere--from walls and countertops to fireplaces and showers.
Choose from five attractive styles, including
stack (1 and 4), mélange (2), and stag joint (3).
Add Beauty to Your Home or Business
Skylights Glass Tiles
At a Glance:
- Construction-grade glass tiles
- Frost-proof and acid-resistant
- Suitable for exterior and interior settings
- Available in five styles: glossy, matte, mélange, stack, and stag joint
The chic colors of these glass tiles will add a touch of elegance to any surface. Use them to put the finishing touches on a new bathroom, spruce up an old fireplace, or beautify the entrance to your business. While the possibilities are endless, the outcome is certain: these tiles will leave a lasting impression anywhere you place them.
Arizona Tile Skylights glass tiles are suitable for the following applications: commercial and residential design and interior and exterior settings, including walls, backsplashes, countertops, fireplaces, tub surrounds, showers, vanities, and swimming pools. Whether you're renovating or starting fresh, these tiles will be a fine complement to your décor.
Please note that the 1" x 1" Skylights Glossy Glass Tiles can be used in flooring applications, but the glossy finish may be susceptible to scratching and could be slippery in wet areas. As an alternative, consider using 1" x 1" Skylights Matte Glass Tiles.
Frost- and Acid-Resistant for Long Life
Fabricated from the same high-quality eight-millimeter construction-grade glass typically used for commercial high-rise windows, these tiles are not only beautiful, they're also durable. The tiles are frost proof and resistant to acid, so they'll stand up to the elements.
About Arizona Tile: A World of Surfaces Waiting to be Explored
In business for over 30 years, Arizona Tile is one of the largest independently-owned stone importers in the United States. Due to its direct relationships with quarries and factories, the company stands at the frontier of new product development. Dedicated to quality, innovation, and breadth of inventory, Arizona Tile imports more than 230 varieties of granite, marble, limestone, travertine, slate, and onyx slabs, and over 40 series of porcelain and glass tile. Arizona Tile helps you discover stunning surfaces you won't find anywhere else on Earth.
What's in the Box
Arizona Tile Skylights Glass Tiles. Glossy 1" x 1", Matte 1" x 1", and Mélange 1" x 1" supplied in 11-sheet packs; Stack Glossy and Stag Joint Glossy 3" x 6" supplied in 8-sheet packs.
From the Manufacturer
Arizona Tile Skylights Glass Tile, 1-by-1-Inch on a 12-by-12-Inch Mosaic Mesh, Glossy/Matte Blend, Grey Melange, Includes 11 sheets. Skylights glass tiles are made from 8mm high quality, heavy duty, construction-grade glass, which is usually used for commercial windows in high-rise office buildings and hotels. They are frost-proof and acid resistant. Skylights glass tiles can be installed in any of the following applications: commercial, residential, interior, exterior, walls, backsplashes, countertops, fireplaces, tub surrounds, shower walls and floors, vanities, and swimming pools. The 1x1 tiles can be used in floor applications, but the glossy finish will be susceptible to scratching and could also be slippery in wet areas. Each installation situation should be carefully thought out for proper usage prior to the material being purchased. When installing Skylights, you need to use a latex-modified white thin set that meets the standards for glass installations. When cutting the glass, the installer can use standard glass cutters that are commonly used in glass installations, or if they are using a standard tile cutting wet saw, they need to use a special glass blade that is available from several blade manufacturers. If they don't use either of these methods, chipping on both the front and the back of the glass can occur and will affect the final appearance of the product. After properly using the aforementioned cutting techniques, there will be some sharp edges at the cut areas. These edges can be softened by lightly sanding the edges or by using a high quality rubbing stone. After installation, grout with any sanded grout using the manufacturer's recommendations. After cleanup, your Skylights installation is ready to enjoy!