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Floor tile is often assumed to be much like wall tile. However, this is not the case at all, for a few different reasons.

First, floor tile has to be stronger and denser than their wall counterparts are, because they carry such a heavy load. The strength and density of a wall tile would never hold up under the amount of traffic a floor tile endures.

Floor tiles are also much less porous than wall tiles. Again, this is because they are under foot and expected to stand up to more abuse. They do a better job at repelling spills, strains, dirt and debris because they are manufactured to do so.

Ceramic floor tile

Ceramic tile consists of natural products such as sand and clay. After being molded into a particular shape, they are then placed into a kiln and fired. Once the firing is finished, they are then removed either to be glazed or left unglazed.

Most homeowners who choose tile flooring prefer the glazed ceramic. However, if unglazed is chosen, it still needs to be thoroughly sealed in order to withstand spills, stains and dirt.
Once glazed or sealed, ceramic tiles are completely water and stain resistant. Additionally, they are naturally resistant to changes in humidity that are often detrimental to other flooring types.Because of this, they are one of the best floors to be installed in kitchens, bathrooms, laundry room, mudrooms and basements.

Ceramic floors are virtually maintenance free. Since anything you spill will remain on the surface until you clean them up, a towel or damp mop will do fine. Regular cleanings can come in the form of sweeping or vacuuming to remove loose particles. And, if for some reason a stain does set in, heavy cleaners can be used. You won’t have to worry about them doing any harm to the tile.

Porcelain tile

Porcelain tile is simply another kind of ceramic tile. The clay used to make a porcelain tile is finer, denser and fired at very high temperatures. This makes porcelain a bit tougher and more resistant to scuffs, scratches and abrasions.

Porcelain tile can be used in all the same places that ceramic tile can be used. It can be maintained the same way as well.
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One of the biggest benefits of porcelain tile is that the color is the same throughout the entire tile. Since it’s not simply a surface color, the color will never change even if the tile becomes worn down.

Another benefit is that many porcelain tiles can be manufactured to look just like stone. The price tag, however, is much lower with porcelain and therefore it is more sought after for this. It can greatly increase the value of a home once added.

To check out our vast array of tile options, please visit our showroom, located in Dallas, Georgia.
Tile comes in many varieties. We have mosaics, terracotta, ceramic, glass, porcelain, and metal to name a few. Design options are endless with tile, as you can mix and match them for a custom pattern to suit your style.

Major differences exist between floor and wall tiles. The two should not be confused. Floor tiles are generally thicker and are less porous than wall tiles. Floor tiles must be stronger, and they are denser. For this reason, they are more expensive than an equivalent wall tile.

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