Ceramic and Porcelain Tile Installation
This is the workhorse of tile, best for kitchens and bathrooms because it doesn’t absorb water very quickly. It is cost-effective, durable, and has a natural stain resistance. Ceramic tile can also be purchased in rough finishes to increase slip resistance.
Natural Stone Tile Installation
Granite, slate, limestone and marble are all natural stone tiles. Natural stone is an exquisite choice for elegance and beauty, but is generally more expensive and need to be refinished with a sealant every two to three years because they are more porous.
Glass and Decorative Tile Installation
Mosaic tile is typically used as a decorative accent. It can be used for an entire floor, but the grout lines tend to make it look too busy for most spaces. The tiles are no bigger than a 2-inch square and this type of focal point captures and distributes light throughout the space beautifully.
Quarry Tile Installation
Quarry tile has a similar look and feel to traditional brick. It is natural, durable, and best used for commercial kitchens because it is slip resistant and practical for heavy spills and moisture.