Both ceramic and porcelain floor tile can make a significant impact on your home, with outstanding visuals, impressive benefits, and a lifespan that means you may never have to replace these surfaces for as long as you own your home. Today, we will discuss whether you can use both applications in flooring your home, so follow along for more information.
Take time to consider your floor tile options
Porcelain tile is most often used in flooring applications because the material is the strongest, hardest, and most water-resistant material in the tile flooring line. In addition, it features a through-and-through color scheme that hides the effects of chips, cracks, and scratches for a better-looking floor longer.
However, ceramic tile can also be used in flooring when you specify that it's flooring tiles you're looking for and not wall or accent tiles. In addition, some ceramic is rated for floor use for more durability and lifespan and gorgeous décor matching visuals.
To get a better idea about which product will work best in your home, be sure to visit us whenever you’re in the area. We’ll make sure you get the tile flooring that best fits your requirements.
Visit our tile shop for your tile options today
When you visit Altimate Flooring, you’ll find that we are a tile store that genuinely caters to your every flooring need. We can help you choose the perfect products based on your requirements and then add services that create the ideal experience possible.
Our showroom in Rapid City, SD, is an excellent place for residents from Box Elder, Keystone, Crazy Horse, Custer, Hot Springs, Sturgis, Deadwood, Spearfish, and New Underwood to find your flooring materials and services. Be sure to visit our tile store when you’re ready for the floors you’ve always dreamed of and more.