When choosing a floor covering that meets a large number of requirements simultaneously, tile flooring
is a great choice. It's just as worthwhile to install in bedrooms and studies as in kitchens and bathrooms, but for different reasons. If you're not sure what you're missing, now is a great time to find out more.
Porcelain and ceramic tiles are made of high-quality clay and other natural materials, shaped into tiles, and then fired in hot kilns. The resulting tiles are hard, dense, and nearly impervious to water, so they are an excellent choice for kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and basements. In addition to outstanding performance, they also offer visuals that match any décor option.
Tile offers outstanding durability, even in areas that see high levels of traffic. They resist chipping, cracking, staining, and fading to help the materials make it to their expected lifespan of 50 years or more. Even with pets and children in the home, you'll still see surfaces that retain their like-new appearance.
Many homeowners consider tile floors for rooms that see a good amount of moisture, dampness, and spills, but they make a perfect addition to any room in reality. They are especially beneficial over radiant heat, working to distribute heat very well. A few added area rugs and runners can bring the softness needed to add immense comfort in private areas like bedrooms and studies, too, for a whole-home flooring. If you'd like to see your options in person, visit us any time.