Are you considering tile flooring for your Greenwood, IN home? Tile flooring can be a great solution for updating your bathroom, entryway, or kitchen floor. However, before you move forward, allow Integrated Flooring Solutions to give you an overview of a few tile flooring options.

Know that this list of tile flooring types is not all-inclusive. Do your research, request tile samples, and get a tile-installation quote prior to selecting the tiles for your home.

Ceramic

The primary ingredient in ceramic tile is clay that has been specially prepared and formed in a mold. Non-porcelain ceramic tile is a cheap tile flooring option, but is less durable than its porcelain ceramic tile counterpart (see the section on porcelain tiles).

Stone

Natural-stone tiles are cut down to size from larger pieces of stone. Common stone-tile types include granite, marble, limestone, slate, and travertine. Each type of stone tile flooring has individual characteristics, which makes it a unique option from not only ceramic tile but also other types of stone tile. While beautiful and stately, natural stone tiles can be more costly than other tile types.

Porcelain

Many homeowners choose porcelain tile flooring because of its durability. Porcelain tiles are a mixture of ceramic and other minerals; you can choose porcelain tiles in a variety of finishes (glazed or unglazed, matte, high-gloss, etc.). While porcelain tile can be difficult to install, especially if you’re not experienced with tile installation, its ability to resist stains and water absorption may be worth the effort and extra dollar signs—especially for areas prone to spills.

Tile Installation

For tile flooring installation in Greenwood, Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, and the surrounding areas, choose Integrated Flooring Solutions. Our design team can help you find just the right tile for maximum durability and high-end design. We have ceramic, natural stone, porcelain, and many other tile options. Contact Integrated Flooring Solutions at (317) 547-3333 for a free, in-home quote.

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