The North America ceramic tiles market witnessed moderate growth during the period 2014-2019. Ceramic tile stands for thin slab that is used as a wall or floor covering in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. These tiles are generally made-up of several naturally occurring minerals namely dolomite, silica sand, clay and feldspar. Ceramic tiles are highly durable and provide substantial resistance to high temperatures and harsh environment including exposure to water or any acidic chemicals. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the North America ceramic tiles market to continue to exhibit moderate growth during the next five years.
North America provides a sustainable market for ceramic tiles pertaining to rising industrialization rates and technological advancements in the region. Wide availability of ceramic tiles in various designs, shapes, colors and sizes has boosted the demand. Moreover, ceramic tiles are a good replacement for several flooring materials such as concrete, marble, carpet, wood, rugs, etc. Rising customization and personalization trends will fuel the demand of ceramic tiles in the region.
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