Tile for Kitchens and Bathrooms
Tile is a traditional flooring option for kitchens and bathrooms. There is a lot more that you can do with tile than just installing it on the floor. Brewer Carpet One Floor & Home, we have the experts to help you pick out the perfect tile for your project. Our professional staff has an eye for design and can help you choose the best tile. Choose from our collections of ceramic, porcelain, and stone. Each style comes in different patterns and colors so you can truly customize the look of your floors or walls.
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Best Tile for Kitchens
When looking for a new kitchen floor, you want something that is both nice to look at but is also strong and durable. Let us help you choose the right type of tile. Usually a ceramic tile floor is used in kitchens because of its more traditional glazed look. It is made from natural materials and is relatively strong. Porcelain is a great kitchen floor option. It is baked at a much higher temperature than ceramic, which means it has a much higher heat resistance and in turn is more durable. You can also install ceramic tiles on walls as a backsplash. A backsplash breaks up a boring wall, protects your walls from food splatter, and is easy to clean when the accidental spill happens.
Bathroom Floor Tile
Tile is commonly installed in bathrooms because of its waterproof qualities. It does not absorb water and therefore cannot let mold or mildew thrive in wet dark spaces. It also does not change due to temperature changes. You can install any kind of tile in bathrooms, but we recommend looking at a stone or porcelain option. The have more slip resistance than ceramic tile. Stone tile is very durable and its texture provides better footing when stepping out of the shower.
You can even install tile inside your shower. Match the current tile floor or complement it with something different. A custom tile shower adds value to your home and also makes your bathroom a place you want to be. Since tile is waterproof
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