Although using hardwood floors in your home design is a great aesthetic choice, functionally, you can do better. Hardwood floors have a number of drawbacks that high definition porcelain tile does not have. Additionally, High Definition porcelain tile can be produced to look like hardwood.
Hardwood floors have a series of drawbacks. They are difficult to care for unless they are sealed and refinished. And if hardwood is exposed to too much water, they can warp. Not to mention that hardwood expands and contracts with the changes in humidity, and will fade from overexposure to the sun. Porcelain tile is not affected by water, sunlight or the weather, and is much more durable. This makes it a better choice in high traffic areas as well, since it won’t experience as much wear and tear.
High Definition Porcelain tile is created with the use of a digital printing process and intricate surface textures to get the same aesthetic as hardwood. In fact, you can get High Definition Porcelain tile to look like a wide variety of different woods, from Black Rock to Tumble Weed.
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