Best Bathroom Tile Designs
Tile Flooring is a force to be reckoned with, especially with the brands available at our Harry Katz Carpet One store. Whether you are looking for ceramic tile, porcelain, or stone, we have all the types and colors available to transform any space.
Which Tile is Most Durable?
What makes tile the perfect flooring option for your home? Besides its gorgeous finishes and timeless appearance, tile is considered to be the most durable floor. Tile flooring is naturally resistant to water and stains. Not only is tile easier to maintain, but it is also perfect for high traffic areas. Bathroom, mudrooms, and kitchens can be problem areas for floors that aren’t resistant to stains and water. Overtime, those floors may become warped and lose their vibrant colors. Tile flooring is extremely durable and sustainable, which means your colors won’t fade.
Which is the Best Tile for Floor?
A typical problem in bathrooms and other traffic areas of your home is the warping or contracting of floors due to water. Though flooring has come a long way over the years with its sealants and waterproof technologies, tile flooring easily resists any water from seeping through the cracks. Any puddle of water or spill on your floor can easily be wiped away, making tile one of the easiest floors to maintain.
Investing in a new floor means you want to get everything out of it. Tile flooring provides a natural beauty to your home. Additionally, tile flooring also increases the value of your home. Whether you are looking to sell or not, tile is a great investment for it has a high resale value.
If maintenance and durability is important to you, then tile flooring is the right choice for your home, especially the areas that get the most action from children and pets.
To learn more about tile flooring and available brands, contact Harry Katz Carpet One Floor & Home in Mineola, NY.
We continue to provide flooring in the areas of: Long Island, Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens, New York City, Garden City, Mineola, New Hyde Park, Roslyn, and Manhassett in New Jersey and New York.