New flooring can be very exciting, especially if that new flooring happens to be ceramic & porcelain tile
. In addition to being dense, hard, and durable, they offer benefits you’ll simply fall in love with. For instance, they can be both indoor and outdoor rated, which allows you to create a smooth flow of decor from your kitchen or dining room right out onto your patio. At the same time, they can easily be fitted with a nonslip glaze that makes it the perfect addition to shower.
At Cape Fear Flooring & Restoration, we have exactly what you need to create brand new floors throughout your home. From the wide variety of floor coverings and related services to experienced personnel who can answer all your questions, you’ll find it here. We proudly serve the areas of Fayetteville, Fort Bragg, Lumberton, Eastover, and Hope Mills from our Fayetteville, NC showroom. We look forward to your visit as well, so that we can offer the same great products and service to you. Stop by our showroom anytime.
Ceramic & porcelain tile is, by far, one of the most luxurious floors on the market right now. If you take a look at recent trends, as well as projected ones, you will see that tile is a face of elegance in the flooring industry. If you’re looking for a more upscale look for any room in your home, this is definitely a great choice to make it happen.
For the health conscious, it’s important to note that tile is hypoallergenic. For this reason, it is often used in settings such as hospitals, clinics, schools, restaurants and more. It inhibits the growth of mold and mildew and the bacteria have nowhere to grow either. Additionally, there are no cracks or crevices where allergens such dust and dander can hide. Overall, allergy sufferers will feel much better once this flooring is installed.
Ceramic & porcelain tile are great additions to any room. From the kitchen to the bedroom, there is something for every room, or you can create a smooth flow of continuity through all your rooms. Even better, that flow can even move right into your bathroom and shower, since these floorings are incredibly water resistant. If an inside the shower placement is something you’d like to utilize, make sure you speak with your flooring specialist about the addition of a nonslip grit glaze for safety purposes.