Ceramic Flooring

Ceramic tile flooring is a high-grade alternative to stone flooring. Ceramic flooring is considered a luxury flooring option because of the complicated and attentive process used to create it.

Sand, clays, and other natural materials are the components of ceramic tiles. Once molded, ceramic tiles are then placed in a hot kiln to be fired. Glazing is an optional step that many producers choose to do.  With so many varieties of clays and glazes, homeowners have a wide range of tiles to choose from.

Most homeowners choose glazed ceramic tile flooring for its easy maintenance and moisture resistance. This is also a popular option because it is so unique. No two pieces of glazed ceramic tiles are the same. Ceramic flooring is also very popular amongst DIYers. Tiles can be mix-and-matched and used to create unique patterns and designs that fit your home and room decor.

Read up on all content related to ceramic flooring in the Denver Carpet and Flooring blog. We are here to help you choose the right flooring solution for your home.

Ceramic Tile Flooring

Ceramic Tile Flooring: When to Use It

Ceramic tile has been a popular flooring choice for hundreds of years. It’s water resistance, and the durability is appealing for homeowners and commercial business owners alike. Ceramic tiles have a protective layer on the material making it virtually impenetrable to water and stains. Ceramic tile is also remarkably long-lasting; you can even find ceramic …

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Waterproof Flooring Options for Bathrooms and Kitchens

Choosing the right flooring for your home is no easy task. There are several factors to consider to ensure that you choose the right one. Specifically, when it comes to your bathroom or kitchen floor, these areas need special attention as the flooring option needs be durable and waterproof. Spills, water, and moisture are common in …

Flooring Options for Your Basement

Below-grade flooring is at risk of water vapor damage and even mild flooding. Due to its proximity to the ground, basement flooring can leach residual moisture in the form of vapor, even when the weather is dry. Always take this into account when choosing flooring for your basement. For easy maintenance, choose waterproof flooring for …