Tile Flooring Cape Coral
Captivate any room in the house with tile flooring in Cape Coral from Tropic Floors. Tile flooring will give your home a look that is stylish and classic. Tile flooring is not only for kitchen and bathrooms. At Tropic Floors we provide several different tile options to work for any room in your house. Tile can be installed in areas of high traffic or in entry areas where water and dirt enter the house. Tile can also be installed in bedrooms giving them a fresh, clean look. Tropic Floors has been serving the Fort Myers and Cape Coral areas for over 20 years. Let our experts help give your home the timeless look with the installation of tile. Contact us today for tile flooring in Cape Coral.
What is the average lifetime of tile flooring?
Unglazed tile flooring will generally show less wear than glazed tile and will therefore last longer when installed in high traffic areas. With proper installation and maintenance, ceramic tile floors can last a lifetime. Porcelain tile is known to be the longest lasting tile flooring choice.
What type of tile flooring is the strongest and most durable?
The strongest and most durable tile is porcelain. It’s the perfect choice for cold or warm climates, can be used indoor and outdoor, and requires very little maintenance with a high stain resistance. The advancements in technology allow high definition printing along with the replication of almost any texture or color. When it comes to learning more about tile flooring visit our showroom and let us assist you.
Variety of natural stone tile design patterns to choose from
- Granite- Dense and Distinctive appearance
- Marble- Rich veining and available in a variety of colors
- Limestone- Earthy appearance in both light and dark shades
- Travertine- Crystallized appearance with an earthy tone
- Slate- Dense and Durable and available in darker earthy tones
We carry many manufacturers of tile flooring with Silver Travertine being one of our more popular choices.
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