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Tile flooring from Jason's Carpet & Tile

What can tile flooring do for you?
If you have been searching for new flooring, you might not realize the variety you’ll have simply by choosing tile. You can go with porcelain, for an earthy, natural look that doesn’t draw a lot of focus to the floors. On the other hand, you could choose ceramic, that gives you a plethora of colors to choose from, and can turn your floors into a designing dream come true.

Either way you go, you’ll still have plenty of benefits to back up the purchase. This is just one of those flooring materials that can fit into so many different scenarios, you’ll wonder why you hadn’t thought about it long before now.

At Jason’s Carpet & Tile, we can help you choose the perfect floor for your home, no matter what you’re looking for. Serving the areas of Margate, Ft. Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Pompano Beach and Coconut Creek, our showroom is located in Margate, FL. We invite you to stop by anytime to speak with a flooring professional who will be more than happy to answer all your questions, and show you our complete line of flooring.

Benefits of tile flooring

Porcelain is a great choice for the natural look. Using high quality clays, the pieces are fired at very high temperatures and usually glazed with a clear coat, so that the natural beauty shines through. The color of the tile is the same throughout, so you’re much less likely to be able to see scuffs and scratches. At the same time, it will also be harder to notice cracks and even chipping, because the color doesn’t change as the top layers are breached.

Ceramic gives you a much wider reach in the area of design. These squares are usually covered with bright colors and designs, and can be used to create mosaics, alternating patterns, geometric shapes and so much more. In fact, it will be easy to match any décor using ceramic as your next floor covering.

With both of these choices, you’ll get a flooring that is dense, stands up well to heavy foot traffic, and is resistant to water. Porcelain will be better in all these areas, simply because of the extremely high temperatures at which they are fired, and makes a great addition to the bathroom and kitchen areas. Used in the bathroom, we suggest having your tiles coated with nonslip grit for safety reasons.

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