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Tile Flooring Options

Porcelain Tile
Porcelain tile is one of the most common and toughest flooring options. It is durable, water resistant, stain resistant, fireproof, easy to clean, and requires very low maintenance.  

Benefits: High Durability, Water Resistant, Easy to Clean

Application: Floor & Wall, Residential & Commercial, Indoor & Outdoor

Ceramic Tile
Ceramic tile is a more affordable option than porcelain tile. It is essentially made out of the same material as porcelain tile, however, it is fired at lower temperatures. This makes it less durable than porcelain tile and it generally can not sustain foot-traffic. 

Benefits: Affordable, Easy to Clean
Application: Wall (smaller tile sizes may be used for flooring), Residential & Commercial, Indoor

Stone Tile
Stone tile is made from natural stone. As a result, each tile is unique and no two tiles will be alike. It has a very high durability.

Benefits: High Durability, Uniqueness
Application: Floor & Wall, Residential & Commercial, Indoor & Outdoor

Ceramic Tile vs. Porcelain Tile

The question that we get asked most frequently is what is the difference between ceramic and porcelain tile.

The reality is that ceramic and porcelain are not two completely different kinds of tile. Porcelain tile is essentially a variety of ceramic tile and "porcelain" is a term used to describe better quality ceramic tile. The difference is that porcelain tile is fired at higher temperatures. As a result, porcelain tile is more dense, durable, and has a lower water absorption than ceramic tile. 

Since ceramic tile is less durable than porcelain tile, it generally can not sustain foot-traffic and can only be used for wall tile. However, certain smaller size ceramic tiles can still be used for floor tile. On the other hand, porcelain tiles are much more durable and are suitable to be used as both wall tile and floor tile.