A ceramic floor can last for centuries, so your selection should be considered as an investment in your home. When selecting ceramic tile, consider the following tile options for your needs.
Natural Tile: Typically, the tiles are bisque or natural in tone, made of earthenware clay, fired and glazed to the desired colors.
Patterned Tile: These tiles can offer a more modern look, or a mix of old and new, with an imprint or pattern. The overall effect is a clean, sharp style with the impact of stone or natural tile. These tiles are widely available and offered in a range of tones, textures and hues.
Glazed Tile: The heavy glazed ceramic style tile is most typically associated with bathroom floors. These floors are easy to install, highly adaptable, and offered in a wide array of colors and patterns. Depending on your personal styles, you can tailor your floor to almost any pattern and design that you can imagine.
Mosaic Tile: Mosaic tiles are offered in a wide variety of scattered or mixed batch tiles, which have a multi-color pattern and bright, vibrant colors, all while remaining relatively affordable that you can install in virtually any space. The combination of colorful grouts and mosaic tiles can truly add sparkle and diversity to the most mundane of spaces.
Some of the benefits of Ceramic floor tiles include:
- Ceramic tile is not altered by time or sunlight or tread wear
- Cleans up easy
- Ceramic tile is nearly indestructible
- Great for bathrooms, kitchens or any area requiring regular sanitizing and water resistance
- Ceramic tile does not burn or give off toxic fumes