Consider tile for your next project if you are looking for a flooring product that is naturally durable and incredibly versatile. You can not only install tile on your floors, but also walls, showers, and outside. Our sales professionals at Don’s Carpet One Floor & Home are here to help you make the best tile selection possible. Ceramic tile is a budget friendly option and is the most common type of tile you’ll see in kitchens because of its light weight construction and range of designs. We also carry durable options such as porcelain and stone.
Be sure to watch the video below to learn about all of your tile options:
Backsplash and Wall Tile
Tile is not just limited to your floors. There are special tiles made that can be installed on walls as well. These tiles are smaller and lighter weight, and come in many different material options. Wall backsplash can be made from a combination of tile, glass and metal, to create a more dimensional look, and break up boring and mundane walls.
Types of Tile
Where Can Tile Be Installed?
Since tile is such a durable option, you can install it almost anywhere in your home. Most commonly you will see tile installed on kitchen or bathroom floors. More durable tile options like porcelain and stone make great flooring for mudrooms, you can even install it outside as a patio.
Our Tile Selection
Our membership with the Carpet One Floor & Home cooperative allows us to carry the best tile brands and even supply our own Carpet One Floor & Home exclusives. Stop by our showrooms and take a look at all of the brands we have to offer. Visit Don's Carpet One Floor & Home in Trussville or Vestavia to learn more about tile.
Learn More About Tile
We make choosing a new tile floor easy by showing you the best types of tile for your home. Ceramic tile is the best options for rooms like kitchens, follow the link below to learn more.Learn More About Ceramic
Tile floors are very easy to maintain. They require minimal maintenance, and by properly caring for tile, you can extend its life and preserve their appearance.How Do I Care for Tile?