Commercial & Residential
AAA Tile Restoration, Inc. is a licensed, bonded & insured tile contractor. We pride ourselves on our professionalism and knowledge in the flooring industry.
Tile has many benefits when compared to other types of flooring, such as carpet or wood. Tile can be used in wet areas such as bathrooms, kitchens, and outdoors.
Most tile is non-porous which helps to prevent bacteria, mold and mildew from occurring. Tile is also a lot more durable. However, it can still get chipped and cracked if something heavy is dropped on it. Fortunately, this can easily be removed and replaced with another piece if needed. Tile is also a lot easier to maintain and clean compared to other types of flooring.
There are many options and varieties of tile out there.
Tile comes in all shapes and sizes and can be selected or laid out in many different patterns to enhance any room or bathroom.
There are four major types of tiles; Ceramic, Porcelain, Glass, and Natural Stone.
Ceramic Tile is very common. They are not usually as durable though and will be the most cost efficient.
Porcelain Tile is much stronger and more durable. It is usually made through a process called “dust pressing.” This leads to each tile being stronger and of better quality. They are also typically thicker. Porcelain Tile will be a bit more costly but it is, without a doubt, worth it in most cases.
Glass tile is beautiful but still glass and therefor, should be treated as such. You will often see glass tile in a kitchen or bathroom. They can be used to create a stunning mosaic or border around other tile.
Natural Stone is the most expensive of all tile, both product and installation. Stone will provide you the most natural aesthetic and the possibilities of what you can find are endless. Natural stone can be left “untouched” to maintain the “natural” look or it can be buffed, polished, and sealed to provide a beautiful high gloss finish. Either way, you can’t go wrong. Natural stone is also usually installed in a mud-set, where other tile is usually laid in a bed of thinset.
While every job is unique in it’s own way, when it comes to installation of a new floor or bathroom, we strongly recommend speaking with a tile professional to ensure you are not forgetting anything along the way. Call us today for a free estimate and measure. We can’t wait to hear your ideas and help you bring your next tile project to life.