High-Standard: Floor Tiling Service
Are you sick of how your bathroom walls look? Maybe your kitchen floor has seen better days and needs a change? Or perhaps you just want to replace the carpet in your living room with a flooring option that has endless design and layout possibilities? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then it sounds like you could benefit from the top-quality floor tiling service from Get-ER-Done Handyman Services today.
If, like most people, value for money, a convenient service and a top-quality service are important to you, then you really shouldn’t look past our expert team. Don’t settle for OK when the best tiling team in the area is here for you to use. Call our office today to schedule a non-committal appointment with one of our skilled tile design or installation team.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Porcelain Floor Tiles
When trying to decide the type of floor tile to use for your home, there are a lot of different factors to consider. Ceramic, marble and granite tiles all come with a set of unique characteristics and benefits that are sure to enhance any sized room in your home. However, if are interested in porcelain tiles for your home, then you really need to invest time in exploring the advantages, as well as the disadvantages of this type of tile. If you find that porcelain tiles are not for you, there are many other types of tiles that may suit your space and lifestyle.
When you choose porcelain tiles for your home, you are guaranteed to have a wide array of design options available to you. From solid colors and patterns to porcelain options that resemble hardwood, the opportunities are truly endless.
Porcelain tiles can be easily shaped and designed using machine cuts to create a unique set of design layouts that can enhance any sized room effectively.
Porcelain is extremely easy to clean. The properties and materials of this type of tile mean that you will not have to spend very much time slaving over it to guarantee optimal cleaning results.
One of the main drawbacks of porcelain tile is that it can be cold underfoot. This is particularly true during winter or other cooler times of year and can have a particular impact on young children and older family members.
Another disadvantage of porcelain tiles is that, like marble, they can become very slippery when wet. This means that they are very unsuitable for showers, wet-rooms or swimming pools.
A less serious problem with porcelain tiles is that the grout often discolors. This can result in your floor looking below its best.