Explore your tile and stone flooring options in Southlake
Tile is also durable and easy to care for, so it is an ideal choice for high-traffic areas or areas where there’s moisture or dirt, such as bathrooms or entryways.
Check out our tile and stone flooring guide to learn more about your options available in Southlake, TX
List of Tile Types
Styles and trends in tile change constantly, with new and exciting designs coming out frequently.
Our direct relationships with the largest tile manufacturers enable us to stay up-to-date with these trends, so you always have the best selection when you meet with a design associate.
Here are some of your options
Porcelain tiles are dense, durable and moisture resistant.
Stone flooring is an eco-friendly design material, cut directly from natural stone. Their natural moisture resistance makes them a great choice for shower floors.
Cement tiles are poured into specially-shaped molds, then usually fire dried. This style is not naturally water-resistant, so it is sealed before being installed in kitchens or bathrooms.
Made from clay or minerals, ceramic tiles are fired and then glazed with color. This process makes for a brighter, glass-like finish.
Glass tile is made of tiny pieces of glass, formed into a single shape. This decorative tile is not recommended for showers.
What are Tile Ratings?
The hardness of a tile and stone flooring is rated with Classes 1 to 5. Class 1 is the most delicate, and Class 5 is the most durable.
The best way to choose tiles that work in your home or office is to be conscious of how you use that space. If you’re looking for tile floors, you’ll want to consider at least a Class 3 tile. If you’re considering tile or stone for decoration, Class 1 or 2 is okay.
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