Ceramic Floor Tile
If you’re in tune to lowering your foot print on the environment, we recommend choosing from the post-industrial type Ceramics. Picking from the post-industrial Ceramics is not a compromise in style or quality. Post-industrial Ceramic tiling is made from recycled clay tiles, and we’re well connected to offer this type of tile material upon request. Ask Tile Installation Gilbert about your green options that are available for your next project. Water resistant properties is one of the reasons Ceramic is a great choice, and this makes it a very good choice for kitchen and bathroom remodels, spas, and pools. High humidity type environments like laundry rooms, is where Ceramics are a great choice as well. They do a fantastic job of minimizing onset of hard water stains, and have a low surface permeation rate due to the intense of glazing used to seal it’s clay surface. Tile Installation Gilbert regularly suggests using Ceramic Tiles in these locations: Bathroom Floors, Bathroom Walls, Pools, Shower Basins, Kitchen Floors, Kitchen Walls, Bathtub Surrounds, Bathroom Backsplashes, and Kitchen Backsplashes.
In order to provide the best quality and longest lasting tile system, we’ve required all installation professionals to use our proven tile installation process. Each installation requires our team members to use a sealant to ensure long lasting shine.
We always hear about how low maintenance these Ceramic tiling systems truly are. Our customers experience all of the benefits of having the inherent low risk for allergies acting up with tiling in general. Its a great way to minimize the amount of dust, debris, and dirt from building up the home. We all know that carpeting is a collecting spot for all types of allergens that we’re breathing. By having Tile Installation Gilbert install a Ceramic floor, you’ll be sure to notice all of the stains, dust, dirt, liquids, and spill a lot easier than you could on carpeting. Cleaning Ceramic is a breeze. All you need is a mop and bucket of warm water with dish soap mixed in it. If at some point there’s a stain that was missed, you’ll have tons of options to pick from for heavier chemicals to lift those stains. Perhaps one of the best types of ceramics on the market currently has the Wood Look that’s been selling really well for years now.