Add tile to your kitchen and bathroom settings
Floor, Wall, and Backsplash Tile
Tiles continue to be extremely popular in homes and other residential settings because they are water resistant, heat resistant, and dimensionally stable. Plus, when properly treated, tiles remain easy to clean and maintain. But, what really makes tile a great option in homes is its versatility. It can be used on floors, walls, and even backsplashes. Let the experts at McCalls Carpet One help you choose and install tile in your home setting!
Floor tile is practical in kitchens and bathrooms because of its water and wear resistance. Not only will it handle virtually all levels of moisture; it will handle all levels of foot traffic as well. Floor tile is so strong because of its thick and uniform construction.
Furthermore, floor tile can be treated and sealed to protect against spills, stains, and scratches. As a result, it is extremely easy to clean and maintain. Only routine sweeping and mopping is necessary to keep your tile floor looking as good as new!
Compared to floor tile, wall tile is usually less durable, largely because foot traffic is not an issue on walls. But, like floor tile, wall tile does resist water and heat. Moreover, wall tiles tend to be smaller than floor tiles, in part because walls tend to have smaller surface areas.
Wall tiles are popular in kitchens, but they are even more popular in bathrooms. In fact, choosing the right wall tiles is the best way to add style to your bathroom setting. Be sure to visit our store to check out our selection of shower tile!
Like wall tile, backsplash tile is smaller than floor tile. What’s really great about backsplash tile, however, is its emphasis on design. Mosaic tiles and glass tiles, for example, can add color and style to any setting.