Ceramic tiles are most popular due to their inexpensive cost and high resistance to wear. Ceramics are very hard, but also relatively brittle. They can support very heavy loads without bending or deforming. However, minute crack imperfections in ceramics can lead to broken tiles. When laid properly, ceramic tiles are extremely durable and require low maintenance due to it’s high density and nearly stain resistant surface.
Ceramic tiles are produced in a large range of sizes and various shapes. Ceramics can be used in almost every tile application or surface. Since the tiles are not flexible, a stiff subfloor or backing is required for proper installation. Their low level of permeability makes them a good choice for areas susceptible to water, such as bathrooms and entryways. Learn More>>
Porcelain tiles are generally very similar in comparison with Ceramic tiles. However, additional benefits of Porcelain tiles include: higher density, less porous, and color is through tile (if chipped, no discoloration). Porcelain tiles are frost resistant, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications. Porcelain tiles are generally more expensive than Ceramic but it’s benefits can provide a longer lifecycle due to its higher durability and resistance to chemicals, bacteria, water, and stains. Learn More>>
If your going for that natural and rich Classical appeal that will never be outdated, then natural stone tile is the way to go. There is several popular natural stone tile options to decorate your tile project. Most popular is marble, which is said to be the most ancient finish material still in use today. When choosing natural stone tile, keep in mind that no piece will be the same as the next. You may find yourself hand picking each piece for installation in order to achieve the look you are going for. Learn More>>
There is no shortage in glass/mosaic pattern tiles to help give your tile project its own unique look. Glass/mosaic tiles generally come in pre-set 1’x1’ pattern sheets that fit together with one another. Often these sheets can be divided to meet your desired needs. These tiles are expensive but will really give your tile project a one of a kind look. Learn More>>
Vinyl flooring is frequently chosen for high-traffic areas because of its low cost, durability, and ease of maintenance. Vinyl flooring comes in a variety of colors, textures, and replications of natural materials. It can come in rolls, planks, and square tile shape. VCT(Vinyl Composition Tile) has a very high resilience to abrasion and impact damage and can be repeatedly refinished. If properly installed, VCT tiles can be easily removed and replaced if damaged. Learn More>>
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