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Why choose tile?

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With a wide selection of colors, textures and sizes in rustic, refined and casual looks, tile has unlimited applications in a stylish home.

Our customers love tile for its exquisite and sophisticated look, extreme durability, great versatility, easy maintenance and safety. Tile is ideal for kitchens and bathrooms because tile resists scratches, moisture, bacteria and odors. Thanks to a nearly unlimited array of visuals, shades and textures, ceramic tile can help you design one-of-a-kind rooms.

Here are some exciting ways you can use tile:
  • To completely maximize the vibe of a room, choose a tile size that will produce the desired effect. Smaller tiles can help a room feel less constricted, while larger tiles bring order to open spaces. Likewise, patterns are best used in proportion tothe space.
Mohawk tile flooring in Orlando from All Floors of Orlando
Mohawk tile flooring in Orlando from All Floors of Orlando
Mohawk tile flooring in Orlando from All Floors of Orlando
For even greater performance, porcelain is one of the hardest-working tile choices out there. Its dense material is highly water resistant and withstands exposure to freezing and thawing. For clean lines, form and function, take your home updates to the next level with brilliant tile options for your home.

There are many tile textures, images and colors available and we invite you to browse our catalog HERE or visit All Floors of Orlando to view them in person.

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Ceramic & porcelain tile differences you might not know about

If you’re looking for a floor covering that has a great life span, is durable and easy to care for, and fits in with any décor, ceramic & porcelain tile might just fit the bill. They have enough benefits that they are perfect in just about any home and can make decorating and absolute joy. What’s more, they work in any room, but can be tailored to different looks between those rooms.

All Floors of Orlando knows that your floor covering is one of the most important aspects of you entire home. Not only does it get daily use, but it has to be something you won’t get tired of after a few years. We invite you to stop by our showroom, located in Orlando, FL, Lake Nona, to speak with a flooring professional who will help you pick the perfect floor covering for your own home. We service the areas of Avalon, Waterford Lakes, Oviedo, Vista Lakes and Lake Nona areas, and we’d love to serve you as well.

Ceramic & porcelain aren’t exactly the same product

Many people use the terms ceramic & porcelain as if they were the same product. While they are very similar, some important differences might make one better for you than the other is.That’s why we’re going to go over a few of those differences now.

Porcelain tile is created with the highest quality clays available. After being formed into shape, they are fired in a kiln at extremely high temperatures. This makes them very dense, hard and resistant to water. Because of the type of clay that is used, these tiles have a through-body color scheme that allows you to create a very natural look in your home. Of course, as they are natural materials, every tile will have subtle differences, so you’ll want to look tile by tile to find exactly what you want.
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Ceramic tile is also hard, dense and does a great job at resisting water, spills and moisture. Clays used in the manufacturing of this product are slightly lower in quality, and are mixed with other natural materials. Because of this, they do not have the same through-body color that porcelain does, so they are covered with colorful glazes that look beautiful in any decoration scheme.

In addition, you can use either to create amazing patterns, designs and even mosaics in any room of the home.

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