Great variety in both appearance and other options can easily be found in tile flooring. Both porcelain and ceramic tile
are equally popular, with only slight variations in the two materials. Both are made with the highest quality natural clays, but ceramic adds in other natural materials, resulting in a finished product that offers a bit more variance in through-body colors. Both materials will meet an extensive set of requirements and preferences, and yours are likely to all be checked off as well. But there's really only one way to find out.
At Direct Custom Flooring, we not only offer a vast array of flooring materials, but we also offer one on one service by trained professionals whose sole job it is to make sure your needs are met. Once you step through our showroom
doors in Tavares, FL, you'll feel as if you're the only customer we've ever had. We currently serve the communities of The Villages, Mount Dora, Leesburg, Eustis, and Clermont, but we look very forward to adding you to our lineup of satisfied customers. Stop in at your convenience and experience the difference we can make in your flooring plans.
No matter which tile option you choose, you'll be gaining immense elegance and classic style that virtually never go out of style. In fact, these materials have been used for thousands of years and are still just as popular now, if not more so, than they were in the past. The truth is, they match every decor option imaginable, from the simplest to the most complex, and everything in between. If you have more than one look in your home, you can easily match them all with this one floor covering.
Few flooring materials rival the durability of porcelain and ceramic tile. They are dense, hard, water-resistant, and stand up very well under heavy traffic and activity. For busier homes, this material can function as well as it does in commercial settings, which is one of the reasons many homeowners choose it. For areas such as laundry rooms, kitchens, and especially bathrooms, it provides elegant functionality as well as peace of mind that you won't soon have to replace it due to water damage.
For installation advice, be sure to speak to one of our flooring specialists, who can fill you in on all the necessary details.