Tile Flooring

About Tile Flooring

Tile Flooring is available in an almost endless number of finishes, to include the following common “looks”:

Concrete / Fabric / Marble / Stone / Wood 

Here are some examples:

Concrete Look

Fabric Look

Marble Look

Stone Look

Wood Look

Tile is a terrific choice for health, safety, sustainability and easy care.



Zero Allergens

Concerned about allergies and asthma? Tile is a great choice whether you’re remodeling or starting from scratch. Unlike other surfaces, tile is both hard and impervious, meaning it’s inhospitable to dust mites, bacteria, fungi, mold and other irritants.

Zero VOCs

Since tile is manufactured at temperatures that reach up to 2500 degrees F, it’s inherently inorganic, emitting zero Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). VOCs – emitted by virtually all other types of flooring – are harmful gases that can cause headaches, nausea, and nose, eye and throat irritation. VOC emissions are also a leading cause of “sick building syndrome.”

Zero Formaldehyde

Since tiles are solid, they don’t contain the binders common to other surfaces – binders like formaldehyde, often found in products containing medium-density fiber board, plywood and particle board. Why is formaldehyde a problem? It is known to lead to an increased incidence of asthma, particularly in children and the elderly – to the point that it has been federally restricted under the Formaldehyde Standards for Composite Wood Products Act.

Zero PVC

Tile flooring is also free from PVC, a resin commonly used in other surfaces to improve mechanical flexibility and heat stability. PVC contains dangerous chemical additives including phthalates, lead, cadmium, and/or organotins, which can be toxic to your child’s health. These toxic additives can leach out or evaporate into the air over time, posing unnecessary dangers to children.



Slip Resistant

There are a variety of slip-resistant finishes and textures available for tile flooring. Whether in the shower or on the pool deck, tile offers a safe option that gives you peace of mind.

Fire Resistant

Tile is non-flammable, meaning it doesn’t produce smoke in a fire, reduces flame spread, and doesn’t burn and give off toxic fumes, which can occur with simple kitchen accidents. All of this can be especially meaningful in the event of a fire emergency, especially when considering the importance of maintaining clear exit pathways for yourself and your loved ones.



Energy Efficient

Tile’s inherent thermal mass reduces peak heating and cooling, which helps moderate temperature swings in your home. This means less work for your HVAC system and more energy savings for you.


Recycling & Reuse

There are many tile options available which are made from recycled materials. Plus, once installed, tile can be reused generation after generation. There’s no question: combining incredible durability and responsible manufacturer usage of recycled content, tile is one of the most eco-friendly flooring options available.

Regional Raw Materials

The materials used to make tile are generally found within 500 miles of manufacturing facilities, dramatically reducing the energy and emissions that come from long-distance shipping, and this is just one reason Why Tile® is Green Square Certified and has the lowest carbon footprint of any flooring choice!


Easy Care

Stain Resistant

Messes are a part of everyday life, and your floors better be able to handle them. Most times, tile only needs water for easy cleanup!


With tile you’ll never have to worry about water seeping through and ruining your floor, making it the perfect choice for bathrooms and mudrooms.

Prevents Bacterial Growth

Unlike other flooring types, tile is completely inhospitable to bacteria. That means no mold or mildew, and a healthier home for you.

Scratch Resistant

You’ll never have to worry about your floors getting cuts and scrapes again. Naturally scratch-resistant, tile continues to look good even after years of heavy traffic.

Fire Resistant

Keep your family safe with tile. Noncombustible, tile won’t burn, melt or give off toxic fumes when it’s exposed to fire.

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