Your floor layout could be plain or elaborate, your materials could be traditional or modern, your colors can be bold or subtle... which styles do you like best? Once you know your direction, we can help you choose the right products to bring your vision to life!
Visit our Patterns & Layout page for more ideas on interesting layout options.
Schedule a free in-store design appointment today and we'll help you pick the perfect floor!
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Thinking of installing the floor yourself? Stop by our store and chat with one of our knowledgeable staff members on the proper way to tile a floor. We cover everything from removing old flooring and preparing the space to choosing materials and mixing thinset. We can show you a variety of thinset, leveling, heating, and (of course) tile options for floor.
We can also teach you how to install a Ditra Heat system. We stock several programmable kits in various sizes, perfect for warming a bathroom, heating a kitchen, or keeping a basement cozy. We'll help you choose the right heating system for your floor and your needs.
Is your tile floor meeting up to another flooring type? We recommend using Schluter edge metal to protect the edge of your tile and to create a clean, definitive transition between the two floors.
When the edge of tile is left exposed next to carpet, or if it is taller than the adjacent flooring, it's easy to kick and chip the tile. Metal edging protects the your tile from this damage.
Never install cementitious grout or epoxy grout between tile and a floor that has any sort of flex or movement, such as wood flooring. Grout without a lot of flexibility can crack or separate from the tile. Use caulking that matches your grout in these areas, or consider using a highly flexible urethane grout or Fusion Pro grout.
In a kitchen, the main concern is cleanliness and hygiene. All manner of food and drink could be spilled on your floor, and so the materials you choose should be easy to clean up.
Durability should also be a high priority: if someone drops a heavy soup pan on the floor, will it chip? If you entertain a lot, will the tile hold up well to heavy foot traffic?
Another consideration is slip resistance. A polished surface can be slippery when wet; choose a material with some traction.
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Learn more about tiling Kitchen Floors.
If your bathroom has a tub or shower in it, then slip-resistance should be a concern when selecting floor materials.
Consider installing an in-floor heat system to make your feet more comfortable while you get ready in the morning.
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Learn more about tiling Bathroom Floors.
The first time someone walks into your home, you want them to be impressed with your tile selection. But you don't want them to slip and fall on a slick surface or see evidence of wear and tear.
Tiled entryway floors (and, to some extent, hallway floors) should be slip-resistant, durable, and attractive.
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Finishing details can make or break a floor. Why put your ugly metal vents back on the floor when they could match your new tile?
Our register vents come in a variety of sizes. Cut your tile to fit for a perfect match.
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Kent, WA 98032
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