There's no doubt that ceramic & porcelain flooring
are some of the most popular and highly sought after materials on the market today. And why not? They provide amazing benefits like durability, stain resistance, and a stunning array of appearance options. It's never been easier to match an existing decor than with these materials, thanks to stunning colors, shapes, sizes, and formats, and you'll really appreciate the fact that they are water-resistant and easy to care for. Let's see what else these materials can do for you.
Precision Flooring has a showroom located in Temecula, CA. From there, we are proud to serve the fine communities of Temecula, Murrieta, Lake Elsinore, Menifee, and Fallbrook, and we're excited for the opportunity to serve you too. Stop by anytime to check out our large selection of floor coverings and find out which services you'll need to make them a complete success after installation. Our friendly associates will be happy to answer any questions you might have, help you browse all our materials, and help to create an amazing space in every room.
Are ceramic & porcelain tile the same thing? Well, you might think so at first glance. However, there are some things that are different, making one a better option for specific spaces than the other. For instance, porcelain tile features a through-body coloration that will even hide chips and cracks. Ceramic, however, is differently colored on the inside. So they are covered in bright glazes and use to create some of the most unbelievable mosaics and patterns you've ever seen.
On the other hand, both ceramic & porcelain are incredibly water-resistant, meaning they're perfect materials for bathrooms, kitchens, and kid's rooms. But it doesn't stop there. Adding them to rooms where they don't seem to "make sense," such as bedrooms, living rooms, and studies can add an air of elegance that most rooms might never see with another material in place.
Ceramic & porcelain are incredibly durable, they stand up well to daily wear, and they have an excellent lifespan. Once you install these materials, you're not likely to need to replace them for at least 50 years, and maybe even more with proper maintenance. We do strongly advise that you make use of a professional installation service. The density in these materials makes them super easy to chip and break and you want to leave this job in the hands of a professional.