Choosing the perfect ceramic tiles for your home can be a daunting task. With so many options available in colors, patterns, sizes, and finishes, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. In our 30+ years serving the Las Vegas, Nevada, valley with flooring and flooring installation, we’ve learned a thing or two about its composition, cost, longevity, and maintenance must-knows for the Vegas heat.
We’ve taken our experiences and created this helpful guide based on our first-hand knowledge to help you narrow your search for ceramic tile flooring.
What to Know About Ceramic Tile Flooring
Durability & Versatility
There’s a reason you see ceramic tile flooring in many Las Vegas homes. It is a builder and homeowner favorite because it is incredibly durable. Its mixture of clay, minerals, and water, fired at high temperatures, creates a strong, dense material that can withstand heavy foot traffic, spills, and scratches. Additionally, ceramic tile flooring is one of the most moisture-resistant options next to vinyl plank flooring, making it an excellent option for bathrooms and kitchens.
During our free, no-obligation flooring design consultations, we ask our customers about their long-term flooring goals. For some, new flooring is a means to an aesthetic that better fits their style preferences. While durability is important to them, they’d prefer a more design-focused option. Others, like landlords, forever home homeowners, and those who know their new floors will see a lot of wear over the years, prefer a practical flooring choice that will provide longevity. In either case, we provide free samples of our wood-look ceramic tile flooring as a starting point. Just as with vinyl and laminate flooring, it has the look of wood and sometimes the grain detail at a fraction of the cost.
Ceramic tiles offer a wide range of benefits, from durability and easy maintenance to customization and eco-friendliness. They are a versatile and cost-effective flooring option for any space and can add a touch of personalization to your home. Consider installing ceramic tiles for your next renovation project and enjoy the many benefits they have to offer.