When thinking about decorating a kitchen floor with tile, there are a few things you will want to consider before investing in new flooring. Here, detailed below, are the differences between two popular tile floor choices you may want to use in your kitchen:
Ceramic: Kitchen ceramic tiles are a great option if you are looking for something that’s appealing and easy to clean. Unfortunately, ceramic floors can become slippery when they are wet and can crack easily as they settle. Ceramic is an affordable option that offers you luxurious kitchen flooring that is easy to keep clean.
Porcelain: This is a great option if you are looking for an abundance of color and style choices. The floors can be hard on the body if you stand on them often — you may have to seal and clean the grout to keep the tile looking new. Porcelain floors offer many features that can replicate other popular flooring options such as wood or marble.
If you are looking for the perfect tile for your home, contact us at Conestoga Tile. Call 717-564-6860 and schedule a visit of one of our showrooms in Baltimore, MD; Sterling, VA; or Harrisburg, PA.