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Floor Tiles for Delaware, MD, PA & New Jersey Homes

If you are remodeling an area of your home such as the kitchen, laundry room, mudroom, or bathroom, consider installing ceramic or stone floor tiles. Adding tile floors to your home can increase selling value, while providing you with a sleek, easy to clean surface. Tile is also a great option for homeowners who have a busy household. Do you often find spills or scratches on your current floors? The good news is that cleanup is made easy with tile floors and they are quite difficult to scratch. Most tile floors can even withstand pet nails sliding across their surface!

At Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center, we customize the tile you like to fit your unique space and style. Our designers work with you to select the tiles you want and our in-house installers will set them to your exact specifications. When you work with our team, you get the best deal and the fastest service.

For quality tile flooring installation in Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, or Pennsylvania, call Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center today at 800.282.8656.

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Benefits of Tile Floors

Tile floors have their fair share of benefits! They:

  • Offer minimal maintenance – Regular maintenance consists of sweeping or light vacuuming with a soft brush attachment to keep the floor free of dirt. Tile can be easily cleaned with some warm water and nonchemical cleaning products. If you have little time for cleanup and maintenance, tile is the way to go. Learn how to clean your tile floors! 
  • Are durable and long lasting – Ceramic, stone, and porcelain tiles are some of the longest lasting floor products available. Unlike other flooring materials such as carpet or laminate, tile does not have to be replaced periodically. Properly installed tile will last a lifetime and it’s a great material for homes with pets or young children. Tiles do not scratch or break easily and make for quick and easy cleanups.
  • Help contribute to better indoor air quality – Since tile is heated with extremely high temperatures, it contains no volatile organics that can be released into your indoor air. Tile floors are a good option for people with allergies because they do not easily collect pollen or dust.
  • Are cost effective – The limited upkeep and maintenance needed for tile floors adds to its value. You can expect to pay $1 – $20 per square foot for most ceramic tile.

Are you ready to pick your tile out? Stop by our Bel Air Showroom or our Newark Showroom today to meet with one of our experienced designers.

Benefits of Tile Floors

Tile floors have their fair share of benefits! They:

  • Offer minimal maintenance – Regular maintenance consists of sweeping or light vacuuming with a soft brush attachment to keep the floor free of dirt. Tile can be easily cleaned with some warm water and nonchemical cleaning products. If you have little time for cleanup and maintenance, tile is the way to go. Learn how to clean your tile floors! 
  • Are durable and long lasting – Ceramic, stone, and porcelain tiles are some of the longest lasting floor products available. Unlike other flooring materials such as carpet or laminate, tile does not have to be replaced periodically. Properly installed tile will last a lifetime and it’s a great material for homes with pets or young children. Tiles do not scratch or break easily and make for quick and easy cleanups.
  • Help contribute to better indoor air quality – Since tile is heated with extremely high temperatures, it contains no volatile organics that can be released into your indoor air. Tile floors are a good option for people with allergies because they do not easily collect pollen or dust.
  • Are cost effective – The limited upkeep and maintenance needed for tile floors adds to its value. You can expect to pay $1 – $20 per square foot for most ceramic tile.

Are you ready to pick your tile out? Stop by our Bel Air Showroom or our Newark Showroom today to meet with one of our experienced designers.

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Types of Floor Tiles for Your Newark, Delaware Home

So you’ve settled on tile flooring; now which type of tile is right for your home?

Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tiles are thin slabs of clay that have been hardened by oven firing and are usually coated with some kind of glaze for protection and durability. Ceramic tiles come in a wide array of designs and styles, allowing for fluidity in design plans.

Natural Stone Tile

Natural stone tiles are created using a number of products extracted from the earth. There are many different types of stone tiles including: granite, marble, limestone, travertine, slate, quartzite, sandstone, adoquin, and onyx.

Granite Tile

A type of natural stone, granite comes in an extensive array of colors, patterns, and grains. Granite is highly resistant to scratches and damage, making it ideal for flooring.

Tumbled Stone Tile

Tumbled stone tiles are used to give homes a rustic appearance. These stone tiles have worn edges, missing corners, chips, and soft surfaces. Try out tumbled stone in your country kitchen, outdoor space, or mudroom!

Porcelain Tile

Porcelain tiles are hard and dense, making them extremely resistant to scratches and high temperatures.

Glazed Tile

Glazed ceramic tiles are coated with glass-forming minerals and usually have a high-gloss, semi-gloss, or matte finish. Why is it best to choose a glazed tile for your home? The glaze resists stains and moisture much better than unglazed tiles do. Call 800.282.8656 today to get started on your home remodel project! Lean more about types of tiling >>

Types of Floor Tiles for Your Newark, Delaware Home

So you’ve settled on tile flooring; now which type of tile is right for your home?

Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tiles are thin slabs of clay that have been hardened by oven firing and are usually coated with some kind of glaze for protection and durability. Ceramic tiles come in a wide array of designs and styles, allowing for fluidity in design plans.

Natural Stone Tile

Natural stone tiles are created using a number of products extracted from the earth. There are many different types of stone tiles including: granite, marble, limestone, travertine, slate, quartzite, sandstone, adoquin, and onyx.

Granite Tile

A type of natural stone, granite comes in an extensive array of colors, patterns, and grains. Granite is highly resistant to scratches and damage, making it ideal for flooring.

Tumbled Stone Tile

Tumbled stone tiles are used to give homes a rustic appearance. These stone tiles have worn edges, missing corners, chips, and soft surfaces. Try out tumbled stone in your country kitchen, outdoor space, or mudroom!

Porcelain Tile

Porcelain tiles are hard and dense, making them extremely resistant to scratches and high temperatures.

Glazed Tile

Glazed ceramic tiles are coated with glass-forming minerals and usually have a high-gloss, semi-gloss, or matte finish. Why is it best to choose a glazed tile for your home? The glaze resists stains and moisture much better than unglazed tiles do. Call 800.282.8656 today to get started on your home remodel project! Lean more about types of tiling >>

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Where to Install Tile

Here are some areas of your home we suggest you consider adding tile to:

Contact us today to learn more about our tile installation process. We have a dedicated team of designers and installation experts eager to work with you!

Custom Tile Installation in DE, PA, NJ, and MD

When it comes to choosing a reliable team for the job, choose Bath, Kitchen, and Tile Center to give you the results you’ve always dreamed of. We can help you design any kind of tile pattern you want, whether you are creating tiled floors, walls, or backsplashes under cabinets. For nearly 50 years, we have been designing and installing stunning tile floors for customers throughout Delaware, southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and eastern Maryland.

 

The information on this website is for informational purposes only; it is deemed accurate but not guaranteed. It does not constitute professional advice. All information is subject to change at any time without notice. Contact us for complete details.