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Are You In Search Of The Best Tile Flooring?

 
If you need information about tile flooring, we’d like to provide some answers to your most pressing questions. Having a good knowledge of these materials and their characteristics allows you to make a better-educated choice for your own flooring needs. It could make all the difference.

Knowing which tile flooring materials are best suited for your lifestyle helps to create the spaces you've always dreamed about. Whether you need flooring for bedrooms, basements, or living rooms, you’re sure to find a great match in this product line. So, let’s get started right now.
 

Here Is Some Crucial Tile Flooring Info

 
Porcelain tile flooring offers impressive beauty, performance, and protection for every space in your home. Manufactured using the highest quality clay and fired at extremely high temperatures, it has excellent water resistance, and is nearly impervious to chips, cracks, stains, and fading. When properly sealed, you’ll find it offers a lifespan of 50 years or more, especially with regular maintenance.

Ceramic tile is very much like porcelain, so much so that two are often spoken of interchangeably. However, ceramic is made with both clay and other natural materials, which usually takes away the through-body color you find in porcelain pieces. It’s also extremely durable with an excellent lifespan for enjoying all the benefits it has to offer.

Another popular tile material is natural stone. These all-natural materials can consist of real stone varieties such as limestone, slate, granite, and travertine. Unlike synthetically manufactured stone products, there are often simply cut from larger pieces of rock and then chiseled down to the correct thickness. From there, they can be left in their natural state or honed to the desired finish.

For more information about the differences between these tile products, be sure to visit us and see them for yourself.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Find The Perfect Tile Flooring In Our Draper, UT Showroom

 
Cost U Less Flooring has a showroom in Draper, UT, for your shopping convenience. There, you’ll find a great selection of affordable materials and services that can make your flooring dreams come true. Our associates offer expert consultations, free of charge, and our installations come with a no-worry warranty.

If you reside in the areas of Draper, Riverton, Sandy, South Jordan, or Herriman, UT, you’ll find everything you need when you visit us. No matter how large or small your flooring project is, our associates are standing by to help make it perfect, so stop in today.
 

Express Your Creativity With Endless Styles and Patterns

 
Porcelain or ceramic tile floors are a wonderful alternative to hardwoods and carpet. They also share many of the qualities of stone–beauty, durability and ease of care–but is less-expensive to purchase and install.

There are differences between ceramic and porcelain tiles. Ceramics are usually made from a red or white clay that is hardened in a kiln, and then finished with a glaze for durability. Porcelain is a more porous material that is easier to cut, and therefore install–especially in tricky spaces–but is also more suited to areas that don’t see as much traffic or use.

Benefits of tile flooring include:

Wear-resistant: Different types of tiles carry their patterns and colors in different ways throughout the materials–and not just the top layers–they are better suited to maintaining their look and feel even with extended wear.

Water-resistant: Ceramics and porcelain won’t warp or bend if covered in water for extended periods of time, making them ideal for bathroom or kitchen applications.

Variety and Creativity: With so many patterns, sizes and colors to choose from, and the fact that manufacturing can yield subtle differences in color and texture, you’ll have the opportunity to install a floor that is truly unique to your home.