Homogenous tiles are the most commonly used tiles due to their versatility of being able to create different looks by having a very wide surface range and colour to choose from. Homogeneous tiles are full porcelain body tiles that are manufactured by firing process in the oven, at much higher temperatures than ceramic tiles. This process makes homogenous tiles denser, harder, less porous and thus less prone to moisture and stain absorption in comparison to ceramic tiles.
They are often used for high traffic areas, both indoors and outdoors, due to their durability and are unlikely to warp. However, they are more difficult to cut due to their density and hardness.