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Any real estate professional will tell you that tile flooring significantly increases a home’s resale value. The beauty and allure of tile flooring lasts a very long time when it is maintained properly. Much like hardwood, tile has a timeless appeal, especially when earth tones are used.

Tile is also one of the best surfaces to install over a radiant floor heating system. As these types of systems become more popular in American homes, it makes sense that tile will grow in demand.

If the tile used has been glazed, its beauty will last for years with very little extra maintenance. In fact, other than routine vacuuming and dusting, a tile floor requires very little cleaning unless something is spilled on it. As long as the tiles and the grout are sealed, this type of flooring is the best at withstanding water, which is why tile floors are so popular in kitchens and bathrooms.

Tile floors are nontoxic (as long as nontoxic grout is used) and excellent for those who suffer from allergies. They are also great for homes with pets, as accidents can be cleaned up easily and the hard surface is capable of withstanding a dog’s nails.

Because there are many different types and styles of tile to choose from—including ceramic, porcelain, quarry and marble—a homeowner can easily find a flooring solution that meets design needs and budget.

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A backsplash is a feature which has both functional and decorative roles in a kitchen. While backsplashes are available in materials like culture marble and even metal, tile backsplashes are the most popular type due to their various benefits. 

The tile backsplash creates a protective shield over the wall and prevents it from being damaged by spills and food splattering. Kitchen counters can be very messy. Walls can easily get stained due to spills from food being processed over the counter and water splashing in the sink.

Tile backsplashes make it easy to keep the kitchen clean and well maintained. Since they form a smooth, impervious hard surface, any stains on the backsplash can easily be cleaned by simply wiping down with a soft cloth and mild cleaning fluid.

Backsplash tiles are available in a range of materials including stone tiles, ceramic tiles and glass tiles. Buyers will be spoilt for choice by the range of colors available. Tile backsplashes can bring color, cheer, and sophistication into the kitchen. 

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When it comes to durability, bathroom ceramic tiles are durable. They can last for an extended period, without bothering about replacement, so it’s cost effective. However, this does not mean that all bathroom ceramic tiles are the same, but quality tiles are necessary for your bathroom to last longer.

Ceramic is paramount when it comes to the best bathroom floors. Unlike wood, ceramic does not twist like wood flooring does, when it gets wet from liquid or humidity.

According to experts’ reviews, the average lifespan of ceramic is twenty years, so you don’t have to worry about replacing them in a short time. Therefore, you see them on bathrooms walls, foyers, pools, and small changing rooms.

Bathroom ceramic tiles are good for people who have allergies. The ceramic does not produce mold, dust or pollen.

When it comes to tiling a bathroom, you can revamp your whole area with just adding tile around the tub or in the shower.  Tile will give you that spa-like room that you deserve, all the while adding increased value to your home.

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There are three parts to the fireplace: the firebox, the surround, and the hearth. The firebox is where the actual fire will be and it must be lined with the appropriate materials that will meet building codes. Tile is not recommended for applications that will exceed 175⁰F (80⁰C) so it’s not an option for the firebox.

The surround is the front facing portion of the fireplace. It is the part that is most visible. It needs to be durable enough to handle the heat and look good while doing it. Tile is perfect for the fireplace surround.

The hearth is the section of the fireplace below and in front of the firebox. It is a horizontal surface and may be a raised hearth or the floor immediately in front of the fireplace. Tile is also a great option here. In fact, it’s a necessity if the rest of your room has carpet or wood floors. It protects the area in front of the fireplace which might be subjected to sparks, embers, and other debris.

Adding tile to your fireplace can create charm and warmth to any room.


Tile floors are a great choice for kitchens. Tile can withstand heavy foot traffic, water, spills and doesn't absorb odors or bacteria. Regular maintenance just consists of sweeping or vacuuming with a soft brush attachment to keep the floor free of dirt and loose debris. If set in stains do occur you can use most heavy duty cleaners without having to worry about damaging the material.  It can stand up to pets and children and it can go with any style decor. And tile can be arranged in a multitude of patterns. 

In many cases, adding a tile floor to your home will increase its potential resale value tremendously. Potential buyers will certainly take notice of a well installed and designed tile floor. With its attractive style and impressive presentation, a good tile floor can add thousands of dollars in potential value to prospective customers. 

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The benefits of using slate tile or slate pavers as a building or landscaping material are abundant. Slate pavers give you the strength of concrete, with a unique texture and style. They are available in many sizes, have straight sides and edges, and come in uniform thicknesses. These factors make working with slate tiles or pavers a dream for any tradesman, and even the handyman at home.

Another advantage of using slate is it is unaffected by acid, so it can be laid directly onto soil, unlike other materials which need sand beds. The look created with the use of slate tiles or pavers will always be unique, for the designs can vary by rotating the pavers or tile, along with the amazing array of colors available!

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