We offer a range of flooring and tiling options depending on the situation's needs and requirements, the client's personal preferences and budget, as well as the space's durability and appearance. We can assist
you in selecting the one that best meets your requirements. The following flooring and tiling alternatives are available, and we can help you decide which one is best for you.
It is made of fiber board and solid wood it has the look, feel, and versatility of solid wood, it also come stripe and planks.
Laminate is generally installed as a floating floor, It usually requires a soft underlayment (foam, for example), and can be glued together or clicked into place—it all depends what kind of laminate you get. Laminate flooring is a solid flooring option anywhere it won’t get wet. Its scratch resistance makes it one of the best flooring options for high-traffic areas (like hallways) or homes with kids or dogs. It is not water proof and water can swell it.
You may enjoy tile for many years by making the investment now and not having to worry about replacing them any time soon. In any case, we are here to help you whether you're looking for tile for the living room, commercial building or office, tile for the bedroom, 3D wall tile, or stacked stone wall tile. Our experienced staff can help you make the best decision between tile and wall coverings based on your needs.
Here are various types of tile flooring—the most common being stone, ceramic, porcelain, and cement.
Stone Tile Flooring
Types of stone flooring tile include marble, granite, and sandstone (among
literally dozens of others). Each type of stone has different properties, applications, and uses.
Ceramic Tile Flooring
Made of baked clay, ceramic tile is extremely popular for its beauty and
Porcelain Tile Flooring
Though it’s a type of ceramic, porcelain is made from a more refined clay
and baked at a higher temperature than common ceramic. This makes it less water-absorbent and, in some cases, more crack-resistant. But of course, it also makes it more expensive.
Cement Tile Flooring
Cement tiles are quite popular in Europe, and for good reason. They’re
gorgeous! Cement tiles cure at room temperature, making them a bit more but they come in amazing patterns and can even be refinished.
On top of the differences in material, both porcelain and ceramic tiles can come either glazed or unglazed.
Unglazed Tiles are generally a bit rougher, but they’re the same color all the way through. That means they’re more rustic, slip-resistant, and if they crack or chip, it’s less noticeable.
Glazed Tiles have an extra layer (of glaze, duh) and they’re probably what you think of when you picture beautifully-patterned tile floors. Because they’re glazed, chips and cracks are a little more apparent—but they don’t stain or absorb water nearly as easily.
Wood Look Ceramic Tile
Wood Look Ceramic Tile Wood-look tile is one of the most popular flooring products on the market today. Why? It does an incredible job of mimicking wood grain (seriously, it’s really hard to tell them apart) while offering the same durability and benefits as porcelain or ceramic tile. That means you can put it in laundry rooms, bathrooms, kitchens… anywhere you wouldn’t put a wood product. Best of all worlds, basically.