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Tile floors are a natural choice for kitchens. Tile is hard, durable, water-resistant and shrugs off stains. Tile can withstand heavy foot traffic, water, spills and doesn't absorb odors or bacteria. It can stand up to pets and children and it can go with any style decor. And tile can be arranged in a multitude of patterns. Plus, it’s beautiful—your kitchen flooring ideas will blossom when you look through the huge array of styles, shapes and colors available. Kitchen floor tile comes in three types: porcelain, ceramic and stone. Prices of each type run the gamut, from $2 to $100 per square foot.
Tile has always been a popular flooring choice for bathrooms. This is for a good reason. Porcelain tile is waterproof, cost-effective, and easy to clean. And with ever-growing options in color, texture, and patterns, there is endless variety. There is some debate on which material is better for flooring; porcelain or ceramic. There isn’t one that is inherently better for bathrooms, but they do have varied qualities. porcelain tile is made of denser clay and fired at higher temperatures making it stronger and less porous than ceramic. Porcelain tile is also more stain and scratch resistant.