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Tile Flooring Guide

Truly timeless, tile has been steadily gracing the floors, walls, and ceilings of indoor and outdoor gathering spots for centuries. With thousands of tile options available today, tile remains eternally intriguing. Appealing to home and business owners wanting to adorn their spaces with unparalleled color, texture, and endurance, tile is a smart and stylish choice for kitchens, bathrooms, and outdoor living spaces, among others.

At Carpet One Floor & Home in Fort Wayne we take pride in our impressive tile collection - including lovely selections from popular brands. Are you leaning towards tile as you plan your next home improvement project? Here are some basic things you should know:

Types of Tile

Modern-day tile presents many, many different options, although some things never change: ceramic, porcelain, and stone remain the most frequently utilized materials in the tile manufacturing industry.

The major differences between the two:

Ceramic tiles are formed using natural clay and minerals, for a sturdy tile that can endure the constant presence of passing footsteps.

Porcelain tiles are formed in a similar fashion: the difference is that they get finished at higher temperatures in the kiln. The end result is a denser tile that works really well in outdoor spaces.

Stone tiles are whittled out of naturally-sourced stones, including marble, slate, and granite.

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Our Tile Selection

As a locally owned and operated member of the nation’s largest cooperative of independently owned flooring stores, Carpet One Floor & Home in Fort Wayne is able to offer our customers the buying power of over a thousand stores. That means we’re your local authority on all things tile, including flooring and backsplash services.

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Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tile is one of the most popular tile flooring options. It is great for kitchens and bathrooms.

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Tile Maintenance

Tile, because it resists moisture and dirt, is easy to maintain. Visit our Flooring Guide to learn about tile maintenance.

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