If your goal is to create a jaw-dropping, show-stopping, one-of-a-kind look, glass tile is the way to go. Absolutely stunning mosaics of color, shapes, and images can be created in any style under the sun. Decorative tile is often used a focal point on a backsplash or shower wall, but beautiful tile work can be used in any room of your property.
Chances are when you see a commercial tile floor, it is likely ceramic or porcelain tile. These two material terms are often used interchangeably to refer to the most popular tile used on the market today. American Tile Company is the industry leader in commercial tile installation across Kentucky. We install more ceramic and porcelain tile than any other company in the area.
Natural Stone Tile
Natural stone, such as granite, marble, travertine, slate, sandstone, and engineered stone have many different benefits and can be used in several different areas of your home or business. Each block of tile is unique based on where the slabs were taken. Skillful blending or matching of the stone blocks, veneer panels, tops, etc., results in a beautiful combination of nature’s variety and man’s design.
Quarry tile can be used for both interior and exterior applications. These kinds of tiles can withhold any kind of traffic, making them a popular choice for schools, malls, and other buildings with heavy foot traffic. It is becoming more popular in residential applications as well because of their durability and warm tones.
WHY AMERICAN TILE?
- We’re focused on providing competitive and honest service.
- We perform jobs quickly and correctly with time frames in mind.
- We offer AT LEAST a one-year warranty on all work.
“American Tile Company has been a valued subcontractor to The Lusk Group for over twenty years. They have completed over 5.5 million in contracts with us since 2000. This work includes multi-faceted tile and terrazzo applications in multiple states. Their attention to workmanship, and ability to meet client driven unrealistic schedules makes them our one-stop shop for critical projects. They meet quality standards on US Army Corps of Engineer projects that others refuse to participate.”
– Wendell Goodman, The Lusk Group