Ceramic & porcelain tile
are often so similar they are often referred to as the same floor covering. While their similarities are many, there are some stark differences between the two, and since it might make a difference, we’d like to share them with you.
Either floor covering is a perfect addition to any space in your home. They're good looking, durable, and have a great lifespan, so you'll get your money's worth. It’s worth taking a closer look, however, to make sure you get the floor covering that truly fits your needs.
Porcelain tile flooring is created with only high-quality clay, fired in extremely hot kilns, and feature hard, dense tiles that work in a variety of spaces. Often, these pieces feature a through-body color scheme so that no additional glazes or colors are necessary or added. If they chip or break, you might not even notice it, because the color doesn’t change.
Porcelain features a low water permeability, making a perfect addition to any rooms where dampness, humidity, or spills are a frequent occurrence. Often used to create natural, rustic appearances, they’re perfect for minimalist styles or the natural, midwestern look. Visit our showroom
today to see our selection!