Tile Flooring Guide
Timeless and enduring, tile is the perfect addition to all types of spaces- from the living room of your downtown loft, to the patio of a palatial country estate. A flooring favorite for centuries, tile remain an intriguing addition to many a modern home. Tile is available in thousands of different materials and styles, making it an eclectic and stylish choice for kitchens, bathrooms, and outdoor living spaces, among others.
At Pioneer Carpet One Floor & Home we take pride in our impressive tile collection- including lovely selections from brands like Surface Art, Emser Tile, and Daltile. Are you considering tile for your next home improvement project? Here are the basics to get you started:
Types of Tile
Modern-day tile presents an endless banquet of options, however some things remain unchanged. Then and now, ceramic, stone, and porcelain are the most popular tile materials. What type will you choose? Well, it depends on your preferences and needs:
Ceramic tiles are molded from natural clay and kiln fired- resulting in an enduring and sturdy tile.
Porcelain tiles are also made out of natural clays, but get finished at higher temperatures in the kiln, for denser tile that works well outdoors.
Stone tiles are made of marble, granite, and other types of stones for a tile that works great in entryways and on hearths.
Our Tile Selection
As your locally owned operated member of the nation’s largest cooperative of independently owned flooring stores, Pioneer Carpet One Floor & Home in Twin Falls boasts the buying power of over a thousand stores, while staying true to our local roots. We take pride in our extensive expertise in all things tile, including flooring and backsplash design.
Learn More About Tile
Types of Tile
Learn about the three different types of tile: ceramic, porcelain, and stone.What Are the Different Types of Tile?
Tile resists moisture and dirt, so it remains easy to clean and maintain. The surface can be swept and mopped. Also, any tiles that are chipped or cracked can typically be replaced.How Do I Care for Tile?