Casselberry, FL
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Elevate decor with a tile flooring upgrade

 
Tile is the perfect flooring for bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, and mudrooms. It looks great, it’s easy to clean, and it repels moisture, stains, and scratches. Ceramic and porcelain, two popular tile materials, are available in classic and contemporary styles. Natural stone is a third tile flooring option, and if you choose it, a unique floor is a guarantee. Flooring styles are numerous at A & H Floor Covering, Inc., a tile store in Casselberry, Florida. We carry a big selection of tile from top companies like Anderson, Shaw, and Bliss.
 

Ceramic tile

 
Budget-friendly ceramic tile is made of coarse clay that is hardened in a high-temperature kiln. Ceramic, which tends to resist cracking, is porous, so it must be glazed to be waterproof. Homeowners often choose square ceramic tiles that come in standard sizes. A 12-inch x 12-inch tile is typical. Solid and neutral colors are also standard. While considered inferior to porcelain, a ceramic tile floor can last 75 years or more if the grout is properly maintained.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Porcelain tile

 
Porcelain is a type of ceramic that is made of kaolin clay. Not only is it harder and denser than ceramic, but it is also more brittle, and thus, harder to cut. Unlike ceramic, it is inherently waterproof. Porcelain tile is the most durable type of tile on the market. It is available in sizes that range from mosaic to large format. A plethora of colorful designs are available, and some of these designs mimic hardwood and stone flooring.
 

Stone tile

 
Granite, slate, sandstone, marble, and travertine are some of the stones that are used to create floor tiles. Since most stones are porous, the floor needs to be sealed when installed and resealed periodically throughout its lifespan. It's best to note the manufacturers' slip resistance ratings before choosing a tile made of stone or ceramic and porcelain. The Americans with Disabilities Act dictates that flooring materials must have at least a .6 dryness coefficient.

A & H Floor Covering, Inc. has been serving the greater Orlando, Florida, area since 1987. Communities in our service area include Casselberry, FL, Altamonte Springs, FL, Orlando, FL, Winter Springs, FL, Apopka, FL, Oviedo, FL, Longwood, FL, Winter Park, FL, Maitland, FL, and Lake Mary, FL. We install residential and commercial flooring, and we guarantee our work. We invite you to take advantage of our expertise. Our flooring specialists can answer your questions and guide you through your tile flooring upgrade.