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Types of Tile

Types of Tile


If you’re looking for your local flooring and tile source, check out Skelton’s Carpet One Floor & Home. We carry a vast selection of ceramic, porcelain, and stone tile that ranges in price, size, shape, and design. Whether you’re looking for a specific type of tile or you haven’t quite learned the differences among them yet, we can help you find the tile that’s perfect for you and your space. Below, we explain the many advantages of each tile type.


Ceramic Tile

The most popular tile option available, ceramic, is a top choice for many areas of your home. It is visually appealing as it comes in many shapes, sizes, and colors, and you can also rely on ceramic to be water-resistant and durable. Ceramic is best for areas like tile backsplashes as well as moderate traffic areas like living rooms, bedrooms, and offices. Unlike porcelain, ceramic tile should not be installed outdoors.


Porcelain Tile

Porcelain tile is the best type of tile for high traffic, water-prone areas of your home. Because it is made with high heat and pressure, it is incredibly durable as well as waterproof. For these reasons, porcelain tile can be installed in entryways, mudrooms, laundry rooms, and custom showers, as well as outdoor spaces like patios. If you’re concerned about choosing a tile that is just as alluring as it is sturdy, don’t worry; porcelain tile comes in many styles similar to ceramic.


Stone Tile

Do you want to create a luxurious space? Stone tile is the perfect way to add elegance to any home. Stone tile is a natural tile that can be costly, depending on the area that is being covered. However, many would argue that there is simply no alternative to the beauty of stone. You can find stone in marble, granite, and other types of natural materials, and they all have unique looks and textures.



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