Installing Porcelain Backsplash
I've found a porcelain tile that we are thinking of using for our backsplash. We had previously been considering Crema Marfil, which I love, but I think something a bit quieter will look better with our granite and cabinets. The porcelain tile is something DH and I both like.
I'm just wondering whether it is difficult to work with. It is thicker and seems much more solid than other tiles we had considered. Is it tricky to cut it (with a wet saw) without chipping or breaking? Or does it just cut more slowly?
Also, can it be, or should it be, sealed?
I've included a link to the tile we are thinking of using. It's the Heritage porcelain tile, color = Chandelle. We want the shape toward the bottom, just before the ''Technical Specifications" section---long narrow strips of varying height, which would be run horizontally (as pictured)---they come together in a 12-inch by 12-inch piece with the different size rectangles combined.
Here is a link that might be useful: Heritage Tile---Chandelle