Located in the heart of Osborne Park in Western Australia, Geo Tiles is Perth's leading supplier of natural stone products including floor and wall tiles, pavers, mosaics and more. We import only the best and highest quality stone from reputable quarries around the world. Our natural stone range includes beautiful marble, limestone, travertine, basalt, sandstone, slate and granite.
We provide stone suitable for interior and exterior applications for both walls and floors. We can supply wall and floor tiles, outside pavers, cobblestones, crazy paving, wall cladding as well as glass and stone mosaics.
We have all of the resources, experience and knowledge to provide you with the best hard surface solutions for any residential or commercial application where luxury, timeless and surprisingly affordable natural stone is expected.
Eco Stone Floors services the whole of the Perth metropolitan region and can deliver luxury high quality stone direct to your doorstep.
Our range is constantly changing. We invite you to visit our showroom to see and feel the quality products that we provide.
We at GeoTiles have been in the tiling industry for almost 15 years. We have worked with massive homes to tiny bathrooms, high end designers/builders to working with everyday customers.
Being a family owned business, we understand that renovating within a budget is very challenging. So by having no store front and staff, this automatically offers YOU the client, HUGE savings.
GeoTiles offer a select line of the best selling stone from around the world. For example, Italian, Iranian & Turkish.
Feel free to take a look at our online portfolio and tile prices, or call us to see our tile range and get a free quote.
The first step in proper stone care and maintenance is to understand your stone’s geological classification and composition.
This information will help you to identify what cleaning products to use and how best to care for your natural stone.
Natural stone is categorized into three basic geological classifications by their respective formation processes: Sedimentary, Metamorphic and igneous. Additionally, stones in each category can be either Calcareous or Siliceous.
Calcareous stone is composed mainly of calcium carbonate, a chemical compound commonly found in natural stone, shells and pearls. Calcium Carbonate is sensitive to acidic solutions so mild, non-acidic cleaners are recommended.
Siliceous stone, as the term implies, is one composed primarily of silicates, such as quartz, feldspar, mica, etc. as such, a siliceous stone is generally resistant to most acids found in kitchen settings, although acidic cleaners are still not recommended, as these stones may contain trace levels of minerals that are acid sensitive.