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Tile Installation In Arizona

 

There are many options available when it comes to tile flooring. There are many things to think about before deciding what kind of floor you want. The first is how you want your room to look and what your budget is. Here are a few options for you to consider

 

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Installing tile in your home can also prove to be profitable in the long run if you’re going to put your house on the market. There have been many cases where adding a tile floor to a house tremendously increased its resale value. An attractive tile floor could add possibly thousands of dollars to your home’s value.

Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tile is one of the versatile and common types of flooring found in the home because it’s suitable for many applications. Due to its durability, ceramic tile is perfect for any room in the house. It’s easy to clean and comes in hundreds of styles and colors that can suit any design. If you’re looking to renovate your flooring on a budget, ceramic offers an excellent price point.”

Porcelain Tile

The other common type of tile is porcelain, different than ceramic yet just as versatile.  Porcelain can emulate natural stone, brick, or wood, making porcelain an ideal choice without the maintenance required with ceramic. Porcelain tile works outdoors as well, and it will not fade, crack, or freeze. 

Glass Tile

Reclaimed wood floors from demolished older buildings add style and can make it an excellent addition to your home. Environmentally conscious, then you’ll appreciate the fact that you’re reusing materials.

 

Marble Tile

Ceramic tile is one of the versatile and common types of flooring found in the home because it’s suitable for many applications. Due to its durability, ceramic tile is perfect for any room in the house. It’s easy to clean and comes in hundreds of styles and colors that can suit any design. If you’re looking to renovate your flooring on a budget, ceramic offers an excellent price point.”

Mosaic Tile

Mosaic tiles give you a chance to be creative with your interior design muscles since it comes in so many different sizes, colors, shapes, materials, and styles.  Mosaic tiles work best on wall applications when an accent is needed. Using them, sparingly is highly recommended. Keep that in mind as you select not just the flooring, but also the area where it will it’s installed.

Granite Tile

Reclaimed wood floors from demolished older buildings add style and can make it an excellent addition to your home. Environmentally conscious, then you’ll appreciate the fact that you’re reusing materials.

 

 Limestone Tile

Limestone, another type of natural stone tile offering a rustic style filled with natural tones, shades, and variation. Its natural appearance is almost reminiscent of ancient architecture and design. Durable but soft, limestone is also simple to shape and cut for specific patterns and arrangements. One thing to keep in mind about limestone tile is that it’s a porous rock.

Travertine Tile

Like limestone, travertine tile offers a natural, one-of-a-kind aesthetic, and provides beautiful neutral tones. Choose from gray to tan and beige, and its swirling surface to produce an elegant and sophisticated statement. As with any other natural stone tile types, Travertine tiles are impacted by water, stains, and adhesion.

Quarry Tile

Quarry tile, though technically stronger, is made with ground materials in a process that’s very similar to brick. There is a misconception that this tile comes from a quarry, but that’s not the case. Quarry tile made from ground minerals, like feldspar, clay, and shale, ground together then baked at over 2000 degrees.

Pros of Tile Flooring

Tile floors provide many benefits. The following are reasons for you to consider when going with hardwood floors:

1. Durability

Tile is remarkably resilient when it comes to staining, wear, and tare. Tile flooring is perfect for placement in high traffic areas. It doesn’t have strong impact resistance, though: if you drop a heavy object on tile, it’s as likely to crack.

2. Low Maintenance

Because it is so durable, tile doesn’t need much in the way of upkeep. They’ll need to be cleaned, just like any other surface in your home that gets dirty. You’ll want to apply a sealant on your tile about once every 4-5 years. Aside from that, not much to worry about when it comes to keeping your tiles in good shape.

3. Cost-Effective

Ceramic tiles are very cost-effective: they’re one of the cheapest flooring surfaces available. When you factor the initial cost of purchasing the tile and installing them with their longevity and lack of costly maintenance, it becomes clear that tiles are worth every penny. Of course, this also depends on the type of tile flooring you use: there are more expensive and high-end tiles on the market.

4. Water Resistent

Ceramic tiles have a transparent protective layer on their surface that makes them impervious to water damage and stain penetration. It’s why tile flooring is so often used in bathrooms. They’re also naturally resistant to humidity, making them ideal for flooring an area that is very hot or moist.

4. Eco-Friendly

Tile usually made out of raw materials like glass, sand, and clay. These materials often get combined with other recycled materials to form ceramic tiles. They also can affect your environment: they can reduce your heating bills by keeping your house cool in the summer and warm in the winter by serving as a form of insulation.

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