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Porcelain Tile

Why Choose Porcelain Tile?

Porcelain tiles usually fall in the ceramic tile category and are the hardest and densest tiles available. Porcelain is made up of 50% feldspar and is fired at a much higher temperature than regular ceramic tile. Because the color in porcelain tile goes all the way through, they are non-porous, resist scratching, and can withstand temperature extremes.

Ceramic and porcelain manufacturers have created tiles that offer textures, colors, and patterns resembling natural stone products. To further enhance a natural look, tile can also be made to feature heavy textures, chiseled and hammered edges, and even resemble wood.

Porcelain Tile | Dolphin Carpet & Tile
Porcelain Tile | Dolphin Carpet & Tile

Know the Cost of Porcelain Ownership

The cost-per-square-foot of your porcelain tile is just one component of the entire project cost. To ensure that there are no surprises, we’ll calculate the entire cost of your floor covering project in advance so you can determine if it will fit within your budget. You may incur other expenses on top of the installation itself due to the need for furniture removal, disposal of old floor covering, subfloor preparation, and product delivery.

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Tile Care

By following these care guidelines, your new tile can stay attractive for many years.
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Tile Installation

Being ready for your tile installation will make the entire process go more efficiently.
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Tile Trends

Each ceramic tile style and trend has its own characteristics and performance capabilities, which you'll ned to consider.

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