Tile for Kitchens and Bathrooms
If you think your kitchen or bathroom needs updating, then consider installing tile. At home, you spend a good portion of your time in your kitchen or bathroom. The smallest of updates can completely transform a space. Parkers Carpet One Floor & Home in Spartanburg is here to help you bring some style to your kitchen or bathroom with flooring. Our flooring professionals can help you make your dream space a reality with even the smallest of updates. We carry the latest trends in tile flooring and can help you choose the best tile for your home.
Flooring tends to be the first thing homeowners want to update in their kitchen or bathroom. It is very common for homeowners to choose tile for their kitchen or bathroom because of its durability and easy maintenance qualities. Tile is naturally durable and is resistant to moisture, heat, and overall wear. Tile is also versatile in terms of style and comes in a variety of shapes, sizes, patterns, colors and more.
Porcelain and ceramic tiles are the most popular options for residential kitchens and bathrooms. Porcelain tile is denser than ceramic, and is highly resistant to moisture. Ceramic tiles are light-weight, budget-friendly, and come in a variety of colors. Tiles that are denser and less susceptible to moisture are less likely to crack. The durability of tile also plays a role, because they resistant wear and fade from frequent use.
Backsplash tile is often overlooked, but is an inexpensive and stylish way to update your kitchen or bathroom. This means you do not have to worry about ripping up your flooring or tearing out your shower. Wall tile and backsplash tile are durable and easy to clean, and unlike wallpaper and paint, they will not fade or discolor as easily over time. When it comes to humidity, tile will not peel like wallpaper tends to. You can choose from different patterns or create a picture on your wall, with backsplash tile the possibilities are nearly limitless. Learn about backsplash tile and other tile design ideas.
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