Are you considering tile for your next home improvement project? We have the best tile near you at Pioneer Carpet One Floor & Home. Our Twin Fall, ID store has an impressive tile collection, including lovely selections from tile brands like Surface Art, Emser Tile, and Daltile.
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 remains 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.
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 of tile will you choose? Well, it depends on your preferences and needs:
You can install tile in many different areas around your home, both as flooring and for walls and other applications. In addition to tile flooring, we carry tile that can be installed in the:
Floor tiles are traditionally installed in high-moisture areas like bathrooms, kitchens, and mudrooms. We also have commercial tile for business interiors.
For best results, choose professional tile installation. Proper preparation is essential, with a clean level subfloor the perfect blank canvas. Generally, the tile installation process takes several days to several weeks, depending on size. It’s a messy affair that involves plenty of dust and grout, but rest assured, our installation team will handle every step with precision.
Updating your walls with tile can completely transform your space. Backsplash tile has become the centerpiece of most remodels, allowing homeowners to add a personal touch to their space without breaking the budget.
With a proper backsplash tile arrangement, your walls are shielded from all kinds of accidental spatters and spills. With minimal effort, virtually anything can come off backsplash, and stains are no longer a fear. Backsplashes are a wonderful combination of style and functionality on your walls.
Draw inspiration from your current home décor or stop by our showroom and explore our collection of backsplash tile design samples. Backsplash tile follows different trends and comes in a variety of styles you can choose from. Our flooring professionals and interior designers can use their eye for design to help you bring your ideas to life.
Wood look flooring allows you the freedom of tile with the beautiful natural looks of wood. It is easy to clean and care for, and unlike natural hardwood it is resistant to moisture and humidity. Ceramic and porcelain tiles are used to create wood look tiles and feature the same textures and even details as hardwood like grain and knots.
To create the wood look image, tile manufacturer’s use high-definition printing technology. Higher-end tiles feature more natural variations just like natural hardwood. Wood look tiles are available in planks as well as traditional tile sizes and can even vary in size to give off a more realistic look.
Wood look tile can be installed anywhere in your home you would normally install tile in. You can install wood look flooring in places like your kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, even in the mudroom. It can be cleaned the same way you clean any type of tile and is resistant to moisture and heat. To prevent buildup of dust and dirt, be sure to occasionally mop and sweep your tile flooring.
As your locally owned and operated member of the nation’s largest cooperative of independently owned flooring stores, we have the buying power of over a thousand stores, while staying true to our local roots. Enjoy our extensive expertise in all things tile, including flooring and backsplash design. Pioneer Carpet One Floor & Home is proud to provide tile backsplashes and tile flooring to the area of Southern Idaho.
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Tile resists moisture and dirt, so it’s easy to clean and maintain. Regular sweeping and mopping will do the trick, while cracked tile can typically be replaced.