Is hardwood a look I can get with tile flooring?

Is hardwood a look I can get with tile flooring?

Absolutely, yes. Wood-look tiles combine the beauty of wood with the functionality of tile

Wood for every room!

When you come into the tile shop, you'll be amazed at the raised grains and the assortment of colors, including whitewashed, gray, and high variation. Textured looks are available to match the grain.

It is cut into floorboards of various sizes. This budget-friendly option is scratch-and-waterproof resistant, durable, and easy to clean. It can be installed in any room, including basements and moist areas, such as the kitchen and bath.

An unexpected advantage

As most know, moisture can damage genuine wood, starting on the subfloor. Therefore, the installers from our tile store will place a plywood board over a concrete subfloor.

That can create height issues. Tiles are installed over concrete without any height issues.

Why is porcelain often the preferred choice?

Porcelain is a large format tile with fewer grout lines. That means fewer visual breaks, making the room seem larger and more open, just as the wider wood planks do.

Another key benefit is that porcelain can convincingly mimic materials, such as wood, marble, granite, fabric, leather, etc. You'll be overwhelmed when you see all the choices in the tile store.

Manufacturers can now create imitations almost identical to original materials.

Porcelain is also known for its durability, low maintenance, and waterproof capabilities. It is heavier, denser, and can be installed indoors or out. That thickness makes it impenetrable to liquid, giving it natural stain resistance.

It's an excellent choice for busy rooms like the kitchen. Since it?s a through-body color, scratches are undetectable.

Known for excellence

Since 1965, Jamie's has been the premier flooring source in Amherst. Our highly trained staff will help you sort through all the floor tile options to find the best for your project.

Our showroom is in Amherst, OH. Visit us and get a free tile flooring quote, especially if you live in Sandusky, Elyria, Vermilion, Oberlin, Wellington, or Lorain.