Greenville Carpet One Floor & Home is your local tile store in Greenville, SC. We carry residential and commercial tile products to match every budget, lifestyle, and design goal. Tile remains a popular flooring choice because it is timeless, durable, and waterproof. Our flooring experts will walk you through our tile selection and advise you on different performance and design features. We have a huge inventory of tiles in varying sizes, shapes, materials, textures, patterns, and colors. With all these options, you can truly get creative with tile and create a unique look for your space. You can install tile everywhere, including walls, backsplashes, baths, custom showers, and outdoor patios. Our focus is to help you find the best tile for your specific space and needs. We’re proud to provide products and tile installation services to Greenville County, Pickens County, and the surrounding areas.
While we have many tile patterns, colors, textures, and styles, they all fall into three major categories: ceramic, porcelain, and stone. Each type of tile has advantages and can make any space look beautiful. Learn more about our selection:
Ceramic tile is made of clays that are fired extra hot. This glazed tile is easy to clean, durable, and can mimic natural wood and stone. Consider a textured ceramic tile if you have pets or kids. There are endless patterns and finishes to consider.
Porcelain tile is a denser variety of ceramic. Because of its enduring strength, porcelain is famous in commercial settings and in bathrooms. It resists significant moisture and comes in endless styles. Choose porcelain tile that mimics hardwood or washed cement; trendy patterns are available.
Stone tile is made from organic minerals like granite and marble. It’s perfect for kitchens, bathrooms, entryways, and outdoor paces. No two stones are alike, so choosing stone tile means your new installation will be distinctively yours. Stone tile adds value to your home and will last for generations.
Wood-look tile flooring is a popular option for those looking for the look of natural wood floors but wants a stronger, more easily maintained flooring type. Porcelain or tile that looks like hardwood merges coveted style with the versatility and durability of tile. Wood-look tile comes in planks and is textured to look like natural wood. It takes away from the time-consuming maintenance of hardwood and is resistant to scratches and stains. Install wood-look tile flooring in your home’s kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, mudroom, and other moisture-prone areas.
There are many advantages to choosing tile. Tile is beautiful and durable, giving you the best of both worlds. Learn more about tile’s many benefits:
Tile is a versatile flooring option and can be installed in almost every room of your home. The best places to install tile include bathrooms, kitchens, mudrooms, basements, and laundry rooms. Tile is not just limited to your floors either! You can also install it in shower stalls and on your walls as a backsplash. The best part about tile is that it is heat and moisture-resistant and easy to clean when properly maintained.
At Greenville Carpet One Floor & Home, we have flooring experts who assess your needs and home needs. Then our team of professional installers can get the job done for you. Tile installation can get tricky, so it’s best to stick with the professionals. When you get a professional installation, your new tiles will look as beautiful in your home as in our showroom.
As a member of Carpet One, the largest flooring cooperative in North America, we are locally owned and operated. We can help you with your next installation from start to finish with a wide selection of flooring and tile. Whether you want to update your kitchen with a new custom backsplash, expand your outdoor living space with a beautiful natural stone patio, or start fresh on bathroom space, we can help. Our services include tile work and installations, and our experienced team is always committed to delivering excellent results.
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Caring For Your Tile
Tile needs minimal care to stay looking beautiful.
Repairing or replacing your tile is typically straightforward as well.