Quality Tile in Dallas and Waxahachie
Tiles are great floor and even wall options for those who want to emphasize style and design in rooms with moisture. No matter the design and performance needs, there is a suitable tile. We at First Floors Carpet One in Dallas and Waxahachie are your neighborhood experts when it comes to tile, so let us help you make the best decision!
Tile Flooring Options
Ceramic tile is the most popular type, largely because there are so many sizes, shapes, colors, and patterns available. Also, ceramic is durable and water resistant, and it can be glazed for added shine and surface protection. As a result, ceramic tile is perfect for kitchen and bathroom floors.
For extra durability suitable for outdoor and commercial use, check out porcelain tile. Porcelain tiles are denser than ceramic, so they can handle changing weather conditions and heavy foot traffic. Plus, even when the surface is wet, porcelain remains slip resistant.
Both ceramic porcelain are available in a wide variety of looks, including natural wood looks. Wood look tile, for example, looks almost exactly like real wood planks, but it's as durable as any other tile option. Learn more about wood tile.
Also, you can choose stone tile for your floors. Stone tile, as you probably can imagine, can add natural style and character to home settings, and it can be sealed to protect against scratches, spills, and stains. Popular stone tile choices include travertine tile, slate tile, and marble.
Wall Tile and Backsplash Tile
Tile, although it's a popular option for walls, can be installed in many other places. Wall tile is popular for kitchens and bathrooms, and although it usually isn't as durable as floor tile, it certainly is more design-focused. For even more design, be sure to take a look at mosaic tiles and glass tiles, both of which are great for kitchen backsplashes. Backsplash tile can help you add unique style to any home setting.
Furthermore, tile is perfect for those who want to design custom showers and baths. Shower tile is durable enough to handle extreme moisture and heat, but it definitely remains stylish. There are even some shower tile options with natural wood and stone looks for those who want to add some character to their bathrooms!
We are happy to now offer Soci tile as part of our selection of wall and backsplash tiles. Visit our Soci page.