Aggieland Carpet One Floor & Home in College Station, TX has you and your home covered when you need tile. When it comes to tile, style and design are almost limitless in your home. You can have tile installed on not just your floors, but also on your walls and on the outside of your home. Our flooring professionals are here to help you choose the perfect tile options for your next home project.
Tiles are made with natural materials like sand, clay, and stone. This makes them super durable, and can handle almost anything inside and outside of your home.
Below, Jim Aaron explains how to choose the perfect tile for your home:
Types of Tile
We have three main tile options to choose from including: ceramic, porcelain, and stone.
Porcelain tile and ceramic tile are two of the most popular options. All porcelain tile are ceramic, but not all ceramic tiles are porcelain. Both types of tile come in an array of colors, styles, and patterns to choose. Ceramic is a more lightweight option, and is also budget friendly. Porcelain tile is much denser than ceramic and can resist water and heat better.
We also have natural stone tile, and because stone is quarried from different locations, no two slabs are alike which means you can have a truly custom floor.
Depending on the type of tile you choose, tile can go pretty much anywhere inside and outside of your home. Any tile option works well for your floors, but when it comes to tile on your walls you want to choose either a ceramic option or a tile that is specifically meant for walls. If you choose to install tile outside, choose porcelain or stone because of their water resistance abilities and resistance to heat.
When you shop with us at Aggieland Carpet One, you’ll find a collection of both name brand tiles in addition to Carpet One exclusive brands. As your local flooring store, we can help you find the perfect floor for your home.
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