Porcelain tile flooring. When you think of “porcelain” you might envision a fine Chinese doll, delicately painted and so dainty looking that you scarcely dare to touch it. Or, you might think of the many people who pay homage to the porcelain god every New Year’s morning after a night of multiple libations welcoming in the New Year. But, you may want to consider PORCELAIN AS NEW FLOORING.
If you are thinking about buying New Flooring in Phoenix, or anywhere else, for that matter, Porcelain has a number of characteristics that lend themselves to becoming excellent flooring material.
For example, though a type of ceramic tile, it is superior in many ways. Made from a finer, denser clay it is fired at temperatures higher than regular ceramic. Too, it is more scratch resistant, more stain resistant, and, because it is “tougher,” more durable. PORCELAIN AS NEW FLOORING has other “positive aspects,” if you would. Not only does it look great during Flooring Installation, it continues to look good for years to come.
And when it comes to maintenance, PORCELAIN AS NEW FLOORING is darn near a God-send!”
The reasons this is true include, but are not limited to:
• As it absorbs little moisture, spills tend not to stain the tile and can be cleaned up readily with a damp cloth.
• Can typically be cleaned with nothing more than a damp rag and mild detergent.
• Provides “great looks” with “minor effort.”
I don’t want you to think that PORCELAIN TILE AS NEW FLOORING is without any drawbacks, if you want a tile floor, it certainly is an excellent way to go.
• Due to its density, it is very hard which makes it difficult to cut so the install may require a little more time for that perfect cut and frequent blade changes.
• Due to its density, porcelain is very heavy. As a result, you need to check in advance and make sure that the sub-floor is going to be able to support the weight.
• The density also leads to the fact that if dropped, you can almost count on the fact that the tile is going to break.
• Porcelain tile can be cold under foot, that can be good in the summer but can be shocking in the early winter morning.
• Depending on the texture you select porcelain tile can be slippery when wet.
As you can see, PORCELAIN AS NEW FLOORING is something you may very want to give serious thought to the next time you are buying New Flooring. To learn more about this issue you will want to contact Chris Brown of BRANDI CARPET at 602-475-0931 or firstname.lastname@example.org and he and his staff will provide you with all the pertinent information you will need before you purchase your New Flooring!!
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