What’s the best tile flooring for the kitchen?

What’s the best tile flooring for the kitchen?

Remodeling the kitchen with tile flooring could be your best decision, yielding advantages that will serve you for decades. These floors can add stunning and unique beauty, excellent durability, and lifespans that can exceed 50 years with professional installation, especially when you choose the best products for your space.

Improve your kitchen with tile flooring

If durability is your primary goal for your remodel, ask for tile flooring that can withstand daily wear like spills, stains, heat, and heavy traffic, for surfaces that look great for decades ahead. Porcelain options are dense, hard, and less prone to chipping, cracking, and scratching, while ceramic tile in Glenwood Springs, CO, offers durability with an added protective glaze.

Natural stone tiles bring visual appeal with unique attributes that cater to any décor scheme, especially when you choose the perfect type. Some products require sealing to ensure the best performance, while others are fine without it.

In the kitchen, floors can quickly become slippery, which leads to falls and accidents, especially if you live with older people or children. Consider slip resistance or products like quarry tiles with a rough surface that provides traction.

Find out more about tile flooring when you visit our showroom

As a tile store with your needs in mind, Network Interiors offers an outstanding selection of flooring materials at everyday low prices, and professional services cater to your preferences and requirements, no matter how large or small. Since we source directly from manufacturers, we can ensure the best prices daily, even when compared with our competitors.

We have showrooms in Glenwood Springs and Rifle, CO, and we invite you to visit us at your convenience to browse an extensive inventory of products that will meet your needs. We look forward to serving you as we've helped and provided tile flooring to communities like:

  • Glenwood Springs
  • New Castle
  • Carbondale
  • Gypsum
  • Eagle
  • Aspen
  • Snowmass
  • Avon
  • Vail
  • Basalt