tiling your home: the benefits of investigating ceramic flooring options
There was a time when tiles were the go-to flooring option for most bathrooms and kitchens. With the increasing popularity of hardwood floors and laminate flooring materials, this ancient material has taken the backseat recently.
However, there is a reason that tiles have been around for thousands of years and have stood the test of time. They're a versatile, good looking, durable choice for anyone trying to create a modern home for their family.
Installing tiles is relatively easy, especially if you employ the use of a professional tradesperson. Ensuring that you take the time to seal the stone, especially if they're porous tiles, is an essential part of maintaining your investment.
Otherwise, your floor could be susceptible to water damage, which seems more than likely should you be tiling your kitchen or bathroom. With the amount of moisture they will regularly be exposed to, it becomes essential to investigate sealants.
Durability is another factor to consider when selecting tiles. There's a reason that the Romans stood by them as the ceramic of choice, with tiles being perfect for any high traffic areas of your home, including the front door foyer.
They are also easy to clean compared to other options like carpet, which can be difficult to remove stains from. With tiles, a simple once over with a mop will clean up most day-to-day messes, with a selection of cleaning products available for more heavy duty work.
However, tiles themselves are extremely cost effective and versatile. With a range of colours, textures and patterns available, there is no shortage of potential combinations for you to experiment and play around with.
Try working them in with the other colour and material selections throughout your home to help generate a cohesive atmosphere and double storey home design within your property.