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Learn About Tile

If you are looking to update the flooring in your home, consider installing tile. Tile continues to be a popular choice for kitchens and bathrooms alike. Tiles feature many different benefits such as being easy to care for and incredibly durable. Our showroom features a collection of ceramic, porcelain and stone tile which are all available in different styles, shapes, colors and more. Tile can be installed in more places than just your kitchen or bathroom, we have tile for just about every space in your home.

At Southwest Carpet One Floor & Home in Tyler and Longview, TX is your local source for all things tile flooring. Our exclusive tile brands are backed by our award-winning warranties along with our other flooring options. Tiles are typically installed in individual pieces, so you can mix and match styles to create your own unique look. Our flooring professionals are waiting for you to stop by and to take a look at our tile collection. They can help you bring your ideas to live and into your home.

Expert Advice - Choose the Perfect Tile

Join our very own Jim Aaron, VP of Merchandising for Carpet One Floor & Home, for some information on the three basic types of tile flooring: ceramic, porcelain, and stone.

Where Can Tile Be Installed?

Tiles durability has made it a staple for kitchens and bathrooms. Tile can be installed in more than just your kitchen or bathroom; you can even have it installed in your basement.  Other places tile can be installed include laundry rooms and even entryways. More durable tiles like stone and porcelain can be installed outside around your home as a patio or walkway.

Our tile collection also extends to include wall tile, shower tile, and even outdoor tile. Bring your style up a notch by adding a backsplash or custom tile accent wall in your home. You can even customize your bathroom by installing a tiled shower, which adds style and even value to your space.

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Types of Tile

Our tile selection features porcelain, ceramic and stone options for you to choose.

Ceramic and porcelain tiles are the two most popular options for residential homes. They are both made from the same materials, but are classified differently because of the different baking methods. All porcelain tiles are ceramic, not all ceramic tiles are porcelain. Ceramic tiles are light-weight and easy on your budget, and are available in an array of vibrant and neutral colors. Porcelain tiles are denser and more resistant to moisture, heat, and cracking. Our stone collection features unique options for you to explore. Stone slabs are quarried from different locations, so no two tiles will look the same.

Other tile options, like backsplash tile and shower tile can be made using other materials including glass, metal, and even concrete. Mixing different types of tiles into patterns can create amazing dimension and also make it stick out from the rest of the décor in your home.

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Our Tile Selection

Our exclusives are backed by quality and award-winning warranties. As a member of the Carpet One Floor & Home cooperative, we deliver our customers quality flooring every day, and we even have the ability to compete with the big box stores. Be sure to visit one of our showrooms today located in Tyler or Longview, TX.

We have the following tile brands: Interceramic, Daltile, Happy Floors, Florida Tile, Bel Terra, and Marazzi.

Bel Terra tile

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Bel terra tile

Types of Tile

Stop by one of our showrooms and explore our tile selection. We have porcelain, ceramic, and stone options. Follow the link below to learn about different types of tiles.

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Bel Terra Wood look Tile in Living Room

Tile Maintenance

Tile floors are easy to clean and care for, which means you can take time back from your weekly cleaning routine. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s cleaning guidelines. Follow the link below to learn about a few tile cleaning tips.

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