Porcelain & Ceramic Tile
Benefits of Porcelain & Ceramic Tile
Porcelain and ceramic tiles are a great choice for areas with high foot traffic. This type of flooring is exceedingly durable and offers long-lasting quality.
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Benefits of Porcelain & Ceramic Tile

These classic choices enhance your spaces with unmatched elegance and style variations to coordinate with any decorative theme.

Although both tiles are made from clay, there are some general differences between the two. Porcelain is more dense and a more durable choice, suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications. Ceramic tile, on the other hand, works well for walls and indoor spaces—and a more affordable option. Both offer solid construction, which makes them simple to maintain over time.

Porcelain and ceramic tiles are durable enough to last many lifetimes. They increase your home’s value and cost less per square foot than other permanent and long-use flooring options.

Tile requires very little effort to maintain, as it resists dirt, stains and requiring only soap and water to clean.

With luxuriously varied options, the selection of tiles at Decoland offers a limitless palette of textures, finishes, patterns, color, and shapes.

Porcelain and ceramic tile are incredibly easy to clean, being inhospitable to dust mites, germs, and bacteria.

With powerful durability, ceramic and porcelain tile is scratch-proof and resistant to weather, shoe scuffs, pets and toys.

Tile has adorned great buildings throughout history, conveying elegance and representing cultural heritages throughout the world.

Tile insulation can be designed to be waterproof and to provide better traction, making tile the perfect choice for swimming pools, showers, saunas and other wet areas.

Tiles do not burn or give off toxic fumes, making them ideal when considering the health and safety of your family and pets.

Unlike other flooring options with organic dyes, tiles never fade, allowing you the freedom of having it installed in sun filled rooms.

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