Advantages of Using Ceramic Flooring

For many years, homeowners have chosen ceramic flooring due to its many benefits. In fact, it is one of the most popular flooring choices throughout the country and around the world. Here are a few reasons why you should install ceramic flooring in your home.

Requires less maintenance

Ceramic tiles are easy to care for. All you need to do is to sweep or vacuum with a soft brush attachment to keep ceramic floors free of dirt and loose debris. Ceramic flooring does not attract dust, dirt, pollen or other debris. If they do, they tend to rest on the surface, so you can just wipe or mop them away. Ceramic tiles also resist staining so you don’t have to worry about spills. You can just wipe it away with a damp cloth.

Ceramic Flooring is Durable

Ceramic tiles are extremely durable and will last for a long time. With proper care and maintenance, they will continue to look pristine for about 10 to 20 years. That means you only need to install it once over the course of owning your home.

Water resistant

You can install ceramic flooring in moist environments such as kitchens or bathrooms without having to worry about water damage. Since it is completely water resistant and can be washed using a garden hose, it is also ideal for an outdoor patio. Ceramic flooring is naturally resistant to the ravages of high humidity conditions. In addition, they have a protective layer that rests over the material; making them impervious to water penetration.

Comes in a variety of options

Ceramic flooring come in a variety of designs, patterns, and sizes which give homeowners endless design choices. They also come in a wide range of colors, and with interesting patterns and textures. They can be found in neutrals, bright colors and even wood grain finishes. Because of that, you won’t have a hard time finding that perfect color to go with your kitchen or bathroom remodelling ideas.

Considering adding ceramic flooring to your home? Contact us to schedule an in-home consultation or visit our store to speak with a flooring specialist.