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    The type of flooring that you use for your home creates a massive impact on the feel, ambiance and, of course, the look of your home. Picking the right flooring for you home depends on your lifestyle, budget and the amount of foot traffic each area will see.

    Tile Stores Phoenix offers you the opportunity to choose from its selection of ceramic flooring types. Tile Stores Phoenix relieves you of all the stress of flooring purchasing through its quality and prices.

    Porcelain tile is a newer type of ceramic tile, made from denser and finer clay at high temperatures. When it comes to popularity, ceramic tile is a more common choice over porcelain tiles.

    Some of the best features of ceramic tiles are:

    Glazed ceramic tiles feature a protective layer that helps make it resistant to stain and water penetration. Ceramic tiles are also naturally resistant to high humidity climatic conditions.

    Solid ceramic tiles are mixed and matched into different patterns or accented with motifs and designs, thereby adding to their variety. They are also printed to reproduce the look of various natural stones and hardwood. Ceramic tiles can also be cut and then shaped into rectangles, planks, and triangles.

    Ceramic tiles are very tough. The quality installation of the ceramic tile flooring that we provide at Tile Stores Phoenix likely will last for at least 10-20 years, and even longer if properly maintained. And if you see a crack in a tile, we replace it quickly.

    Most ceramic tiles cost $5-$10 per square foot. This makes ceramic tiles a little more expensive than carpet and other similar flooring material. However, depending on where the tiles need to be installed, ceramic tiles add long-term value to your property.

    To make things convenient and budget friendly for you, Tile Stores Phoenix offers discounts on ceramic tile flooring and installation.
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    Sep 15, 2017
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