What makes tile so special is it unmatched durability, as well as its versatility when it comes to style and application. Almost no space in your house is off limits to tile. The best part is that tile is available in several different price ranges to fit the needs of your budget and project. Carpet One Floor & Home in Concord, CA has what you need when it comes to tile.
Wood look tile is a hot trend right now in both commercial and residential settings. Wood look tile gives you the best of both, a beautiful and natural looking floor that is durable and resistant. Another great benefit to tile is where you can install it. Not only can you install tile on floors but you can install it on walls, in shower, and even outdoor patios.
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Types of Tile
There are three types of tile options for you to choose from which includes porcelain, ceramic, and stone. Ceramic tile comes in a large variety of styles and colors for you to choose from and make great kitchen floors. Porcelain tile is baked at a higher temperature, making the denser and dimensionally stable, so you can install them in heavily used areas of your home.
Stone tile is a natural material and is incredibly durable, but it is more expensive. Stone is treated and sealed to protect against spills, stains, and scratches, so it will last a long time if properly taken care of.
Where Can Tile Be Installed?
You can install tile in many other areas of your home in addition to kitchens and bathrooms. Consider installing a porcelain tile in your mudroom or laundry rooms. They frequently see high temperatures and a lot of moisture, so a durable tile is a great option.
If you choose to install tile in a place that is exposed to a lot of humidity and moisture, make sure that the tile is rated for your particular moisture or foot traffic requirements. Some styles of tile, for example, are considered more water resistant, so they are better suited for places like your shower.
Tile can also be installed on the walls of your kitchen as well as in shower stalls. Wall tile and shower tile are both made of different materials. Wall tile is much smaller and light weight, whereas shower tile comes in larger formats and are textured for more slip resistance.
Our Tile Selection
Our membership with the Carpet One cooperative allows us to carry the best tile brands in the industry. We carry name brands as well as Carpet One exclusive brands.
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Types of Tile
We offer three types of tile for you to choose from including porcelain, ceramic, and natural stone. Each tile types features their own benefits that’ll make your home more functional day-to-day.What Are the Different Types of Tile?