Elevate the look and feel of your residential spaces with high-quality tiles

by Tiles plus More Metro West’s #1 Choice of Homeowners & Contractors

When it comes to choosing tiles for your residential floors, there is no shortage of materials, colors, textures, and designs to choose from. From affordable ceramic tiles, luxurious marble to elegant wood flooring in MetroWest, there is an ideal tile solution for every space of your home. But, it should be noted here that not every type of tile is appropriate for every space. Knowing the ideal product for your particular needs can make a huge difference in the tiles longevity and your needs.

Different types of tiles including porcelain and ceramic tile have different types of hardness. So, while shopping, you should look for this important specification. Hardness measures the material’s capability to withstand foot traffic and wear and tear. Another critical specification to consider is the porosity. It is determined by the ratio of air holes to solids in the tiles, which impacts the amount of water it absorbs. When you are choosing tiles for your moisture-prone areas like your bathroom, kitchen and laundry room, pay close attention to this specification.

high-quality tiles
high-quality tiles

 If you have small spaces with less natural light, you may make them appear bigger by installing light color floor tile. Marble, porcelain, and ceramic tile can be an ideal match for this application. Marble, granite, and travertine are best if you are looking for ultimate luxury and durability. So, it is up to you to decide which tiles you want for your residential flooring needs. You can also take help of a professional that has experience in the market of tile and wood flooring in MetroWest.

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