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Tile Guide

West Point Carpet One Floor & Home in Greeley, CO has you and your home covered when you need tile. Our flooring professionals can help you find the right tile options for your next home project. When it comes to style tile gives you unlimited potential to get creative with your designs. You can have tile installed on not just your floors, but also on your walls and on the outside of your home.

Tiles are made from natural materials and are well known for their durability. Since tiles are made from materials such as sand and clay, they are considered a green flooring product. Tile adds value to your home because it is long lasting and beautiful.

Below, Jim Aaron explains how to choose the perfect tile for your home.

Types of Tile

We have three main tile options: ceramic, porcelain, and stone.

Ceramic and porcelain tile are both made from the same materials but they both act very differently when installed in your home. Ceramic tile is popular because it is budget friendly and comes in a wide variety of styles. If you know you need a tile floor that is durable and can stand up to a lot of traffic, the consider porcelain tile for your home. We also have concrete look tile and natural stone tile. Natural stone tile is unique because the slabs are quarried from different locations and no two slabs look alike, giving you a truly custom floor. When sealed, stone flooring is water and stain resistant.

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Wood look tile is also a very popular option. Wood look flooring is quickly trending and will be sticking around for a while. A benefit to installing wood look tile in your home is you can have the look of hardwood anywhere in your home with the added benefit of them being easy to clean and durable.

Tile Installation

Depending on the room you choose to install tile, you should make sure you choose a tile that is right for that project. Some tile is more water resistant than others, and some tile is more crack resistant. Be sure to talk to one of our flooring professionals before you choose a tile for your project to make sure it is right for that space. Almost any tile option works well for your walls, but when it comes to tile on your floors you want to choose a durable option that can handle a heavy work load.

Tiles are usually difficult to install, but fortunately we work with teams of skilled installers who can handle any and every project. We’ll work with you to choose the right grouts and glazes, and we’ll be sure that the end result is exactly what you had in mind.

Our Tile Selection

Shop with us and you will find a great selection of quality tile. We supply both name brand tiles in addition to Carpet One exclusive brands like Bel Terra.

Featured tile brands: Arizona Tile, Happy Floors, Momentum, Glenrock, Petra Slate, Glazzio, Daltile, American Olean, Marazzi, Emser, Florida Tile, Crossville Studios, SoHo, Soci

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Types of Tile

There are three main types of tile: porcelain, ceramic, and stone. Each type of tile features its own benefits, and they all have their own looks that can complement your home.

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Kitchen and Bathroom Tile

Tile is strong and durable and comes in a variety of styles for you to create a unique look for your space. It continues to be a top choice in kitchen and bathroom flooring because of its ease of maintenance and moisture and heat resistant properties.

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Tile Maintenance

Tile requires minimal maintenance and is incredibly easy to clean. Keeping up with your tile flooring consists of regularly sweeping, vacuuming, and mopping only when you see fit.

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Tile Backspalshes

Bold backsplash tile makes it simple to update your bathroom or kitchen: often making a dramatic statement within mere hours. Make your space your own, while preserving your walls using brilliant backsplash tile. 

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