Tile Flooring and Backsplashes

Tile flooring is very stylish and functional. With tile you can let your creative side free and design a totally custom look. Tile is not limited to just flooring, you can also have it installed on walls, in showers, and outside as a patio or walkway. Our sales professionals at Johnson Floor & Home Carpet One are here to help you make the right selection when it comes to tile. Although tile is a traditional option for kitchens and bathrooms, you can get imaginative with the rest of your home.

Tile is a green flooring choice because it is made with natural materials like sand and clay and has no VoC’s. Many tiles come with glass glazes which helps them resist stains and scratches. Tiles are incredibly durable and very easy to clean. Most tile types come in a wide range of styles, so you can choose a natural look or go with bold bright patterns.

Be sure to watch the video below to learn about all of your tile options:

Expert Advice - Choose the Perfect Tile

Join our very own Jim Aaron, VP of Merchandising for Carpet One Floor & Home, for some information on the three basic types of tile flooring: ceramic, porcelain, and stone.

Types of Tiles

We make choosing tile easy in our showroom, and we can help you choose between stone, porcelain and ceramic options.

Porcelain tiles are a type of ceramic tile, but ceramic is not porcelain. Porcelain tile is baked at a higher temperature which makes it denser than ceramic. Ceramic and porcelain tiles are stylish and durable, as well as easy to maintain. Since porcelain is denser than ceramic, it can resist moisture better and is more durable under pressure. Although ceramic tile is more porous, it is also more versatile and can be installed on walls and floors. Our natural stone selection is unique. Since stone slabs are quarried from different locations, no two look alike. This means that natural stone tiles are feature different variances which create a unique look for your floor.

Tile goes on more than just your floors; you can also install it on your wall and as a backsplash. Wall and backsplash tile comes in several different forms and materials including glass, metal, and mosaic. Wall tile can be installed on your walls and even in showers. These light-weight tiles are easy to clean and care for, and are also a long-lasting option.

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Where Can Tile Be Installed?

It is common to see tile installed in kitchens and bathrooms because they are easy to clean. There are several other places around your home you can install tile in as well. Since tile can go on your walls, installing them anywhere in your home as an accent is also an option. You can also install tile in finished basements, laundry rooms, and entryways to your home. We even offer tile that can be installed outdoors.

Our Tile Selection

Since we are a member of the Carpet One Floor & Home cooperative, we carry quality tile brands and even supply our own exclusive tile brands. Stop by our showroom and take a look at all of the brands we have to offer.

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How to Care for Tile

Tile flooring is one of the easiest floors to care for and require almost minimal effort on your part. Follow the link below to learn a few tips on how to maintain your tile floors.

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Types of Tile

Tile flooring comes in several different options like stone, porcelain and ceramic. Where you want to install tile can help you determine which would be best for your project.

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Backsplash Tile

Learn how backsplash tile can be used in your kitchen or bathroom setting.

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Wood Look Tile

With wood look tile flooring you can have high-end wood look flooring anywhere in your home. Porcelain tile is a common wood look choice and is durable as well as resistant to moisture. Follow the link below to learn more.

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