While things have begun to return to a new normal and people have resumed in-person work, many still work from home. Spending more time around the house may lead to more wear and tear in the most trafficked parts of our homes, and the necessity of home improvements becomes more noticeable than ever. The question is, update or replace? There are many flooring options to consider for high traffic areas, and replacing outdated floors with ceramic tile may be the right answer.
Easy to Clean
Glazed ceramic tile in the kitchen, bathroom or entry hall is an easy-to-clean surface that even the harshest cleaning materials won’t damage. Deep gouges, delamination, cuts and gashes will never be a problem with ceramic tile. Mud, snow, and stains of all sorts quickly and easily are removed from ceramic tile surfaces, most without the need for chemicals of any kind.
Ceramic tile is available in innumerable styles, shapes, colors, and finishes. From square blocks of varied sizes to custom mosaic installations of uniquely shaped pieces, there’s a perfect size and shape ceramic tile for any setting. Available with wood grain reproductions, bright glossy colors, soothing matte pastels, and any style in between, ceramic tile is batch crafted to appeal to all style.
Professionally installed ceramic tiles last a lifetime with little maintenance, perfect for busy working areas. The ceramic tile itself is stain and damage resistant, with ceramic tile floors from the time of the Roman empire existing intact to this day.
Ceramic tile releases heat, keeping homes cool. In the hallway, kitchen, or back sunroom, ceramic tile keeps your feet cool and your summertime energy costs down. Slow to accept heat and slow to release it, the thermal properties of ceramic tile helps insulate the home against rapid temperature spikes.
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