What are the Different Types of Tile?
If you are looking into tile for your next kitchen or bathroom project, make sure you check us out. Our experts at Greenville Carpet One Floor & Home have the answers to your questions when it comes to tile flooring and wall tiles. We have a great selection of brand names and even Carpet One exclusives products, so you can shop confidently with us. Tile is a naturally beautiful and versatile flooring option that is super durable. We have tile products for all budgets, meaning you can complete the project of your dreams without breaking the bank.
You no longer have to limit the possibilities for your next project. Kitchen and bathroom renovations usually begin with a fresh coat of paint, but why not try new tiles for a backsplash or shower stall. Tile makes a great backsplash for walls and showers because of its heat resistance and durability as well as how easy it is to clean. You can go with bolder patterns that stick out when you install wall tiles creating a focal point for everyone to see.
Ceramic tile is made from sand, glass, and other natural materials. This is eco-friendly option is great to use all over your home including kitchen floors and walls. When the right glaze is used, ceramic can be incredibly resistant to scratching, making it a great choice if you have pets in your home or for use in high traffic areas.
Porcelain is more durable than ceramic because of how high it is baked. Porcelain is resistant to water so you can install it in laundry rooms, kitchens and bathrooms. They also feature great spill protection, and are more slip resistant. Moisture resistance is another one of the unique benefits of tile constructed from porcelain which comes in handy in this South Carolina Climate.
Natural stone is available in a variety of beautiful colors and textures. They are a great alternative for kitchens, bathrooms, and entryways. You’ll also find that no two tiles are alike, giving you the opportunity to give a unique touch to your space. Natural stone tiles are heavy and durable, so you can have the installed inside and outside of your home.