Tile flooring in Independence, MO from KC Floorworx

Will tile flooring provide stone looks?

Whether made with porcelain or ceramic tile flooring, stone looks are one of the biggest trends this year.

Thanks to modern technology like InkJet, manufacturers can create true-to-life mimics of stone, with textures, veining variations, and all the "imperfections" of a Mother Nature creation.

What is the most popular stone look?

The word "marble" conjures thoughts of luxury, elegance, and extravagance. The natural product is pricey, but now you can get it as a marble look tile.

Marble floors, by the way, are trending, especially in the bathroom.

Other popular looks are slate, travertine, and limestone. Terrazzo is also trending.

Terrazzo is often seen in Italian pizzerias. This tile flooring includes a blend of marble, quartz, and granite stones.

Tile flooring style

Style: Visual appeal is a significant benefit. There's an almost unlimited number of colors, shapes, and sizes.

Other tile benefits include:

1.Hypoallergenic: Dirt is easy to see, so you can easily wipe it away.

2.Durability: Porcelain is heavy, dense, and great for busy, high-traffic rooms. When glazed, ceramics have a tough outer shell that makes it almost impossible to crack.

3.Long-lasting: Tile flooring will last up to 50 years when installed properly and taken care of.

4.Affordable: They can be mixed and matched, which creates different price points. When considering tile in Independence, MO, come into our showroom.
5.Green: Ceramic and porcelain tiles don’t emit VOCs and are created with naturally occurring clay and minerals.

Quality product, quick turnaround, and incredible prices

We know "value" at the family-owned KC Floorworx, which is why we only carry top brands like Proximity Mills. Our professionals will help you find the ideal tile flooring for your home.

Visit our showroom in Independence, MO. In addition, we work with homeowners and businesses in Kansas City, Lee's Summit, Blue Springs, and North Kansas City, MO, as well as Overland Park, Olathe, Kansas City, Shawnee, and North Kansas City, KS.