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 Ceramic Floors Add Flare To A Room: Most often used in kitchens and bathrooms, the use of ceramic floor tiles dates back 3,000 years when Romans used baked clay tiles for roofs and floors. Ranging in size from 1" x 1" tiles (often used in floor tile mosaics) to large, 18" square tiles, it is the size of the room or space you are tiling that will dictate the size of tile you use.

A couple of notes on selecting ceramic tiles for your floor:

  • Large tiles don't usually look very nice in small rooms as they tend to be overbearing in small spaces.

  • Use only floor tiles when tiling the floor. They may look the same as wall tiles, but there is a difference - floor tiles are usually thicker and have more texture to prevent slippage.

  Kitchen Backsplashes

There are actually several different types of floor tiles. Kitchen floor tiles and bathroom floor tiles are, by far, the most widely-known and most popular types of floor tiles, but there are many different varieties:

Vinyl Floor Tiles  are typically the peel-and-stick kind of floor tile, as they have an adhesive on the back. They are often preferred for bathrooms and kitchens because they are durable, easy to clean and inexpensive. Additionally, vinyl floor tiles are available in hundreds of different styles, colors and designs. Some styles even mimic the look of hardwood floors, ceramic floor tiles or marble floor tiles.

Ceramic Floor Tiles are often used on bathroom walls or as back splashes in kitchens. This is because they are water-resistant and attractive. Ceramic tiles can be made slip-resistant by using small tiles or through the application of a colorless contour pattern on the surface of the tiles.

Marble Floor Tiles are more decorative – and more expensive. These floor tiles are less uniform in color and pattern because they are made from natural stone. Kitchens are not generally an ideal spot for marble floor tiles because natural stone is susceptible to staining from spills. Marble floor tiles and ceramic floor tiles are sometimes used in other applications besides kitchens and bathrooms. For example, marble tiles may be used around fireplaces, and ceramic floor tiles are often used as decorative table surfaces.

Travertine Tile is an excellent product for residential and commercial use and has become an increasingly popular choice for flooring tile because not only does travertine floor tiles provide a very rugged flooring option, travertine tile and decorative wall tiles require very little maintenance.

Travertine tile is one of the most frequently used stones for residential and office flooring projects but can also be used as facade material and wall cladding. Because travertine tile is a completely natural stone, no two pieces are exactly alike which will create a very diverse pattern.

Travertine tile will give your space a comfortable and natural look that is unique and will provide timeless beauty while accommodating heavy traffic. In addition, adding a travertine tile floor will very likely increase the value of your home.

Granite Tile flooring can add an elegance to your home or office that will blend with any decor. It is an affordable luxury that will provide you with a granite tile floor that is both elegant and resistant. If you want something that is easy to maintain and highly durable, granite tiles might be your best choice. We encourage you to call us to discuss your granite tile flooring needs.

Glass Tile flooring is made from recycled glass. It can be made to look like other types of flooring, like mosaic and even brick, for a fraction of the cost.

Porcelain Tile flooring is one of the most expensive choices. They are man-made and so dense that they do not absorb water. Porcelain has more choices in regard to sizes, but are also more difficult to install.

Mosaic Flooring Tiles
come with netting on the back. You can install them that way, or break up the sheets and create your own pattern. They work best in small areas for an accent.

Terracotta Flooring Tiles come in different shapes. Since they are a natural material, no two look alike. Terracotta works well with a Tuscan theme.

Carpet Types                        

 Texture Carpet is a cut pile carpet that could not be more versatile or more pleasing to the eye. The slight shimmer of a textured carpet complements a room designed for casual living and also steps up to the higher expectations of a room set for more formal gatherings.

No matter what the room occasion, a textured carpet makes any space a comfortable, warm and welcoming place for all. What color do you have in mind? Something neutral or something bright? Chances are we have it in stock since our in-demand textured carpets are available in hundreds of colors.

 Plush Carpet: Sink in to the absolute luxury of a plush carpet. Just as its name suggests, a plush carpet is smooth, clean and soft. Plush has been described as a carpet that’s as much of a pleasure to walk on as it is to behold.

Although a plush carpet is most often used for formal living and dining room settings, it’s also perfect for more private areas, like a bedroom or study. Available in a stunning range of colors. Interior fashion doest’t get more beautiful or indulgent than this.

 Frieze Carpet
: If you have a high traffic area in need of a makeover, then a Frieze carpet should be on your consideration list.

Both attractive and hard-wearing, a Frieze carpet is a tightly-twisted, textured carpet with highly durable surface fiber. Its nubby look is not only distinctive, but also practical.  Frieze is easy-to-clean and is resists crushing so it’s great for minimizing footprints and vacuum marks.

Within the range, you have a variety of densities to choose from. Select a tight, neat nub look or a loose, free form style.

 Berber Carpet is designed with resilience in mind, which is just the thing for high traffic areas and for homes with families on the go. Its tight loop construction does a superb job at hiding footprints and vacuum marks.

It enhances any style of home decoration – rustic, classic, country, eclectic and contemporary. Available in natural, earthy tones or flecked styles.

 Loop Carpet meets function in the most practical of ways.

A sensible and durable carpeting solution for informal areas such as basements, offices and children’s play rooms, Loop carpets are built-to-last and should be the first carpet on the list for anyone looking for fashion and longevity.

You’ll love living with the handsome construction and low-maintenance characteristics of your Loop carpeting. Choose your favorite from an array of distinctive carpet color options.

 Wool Carpet:Nothing compares to the natural aesthetics and resilience of wool. Many consider wool as superior to synthetic fibers due to its natural, soft and long lasting good looks.  Over time, a wool carpet is less likely to lose its shape and retain its soft touch.

Wool is also known for its safety qualities since wool carpets are more flame resistant than some synthetic carpets.

  Indoor Outdoor Carpet Features

  • Indoor Outdoor carpet is ideal for porch, pool, workshop and basement areas
  • Offers the most durability
  • Both practical and stylishly attractive
  • Mildew resistant and will not fade
  • Our Indoor Outdoor carpet is extremely easy to maintain


The carpet is produced on a loom similar to woven cloth and is usually a cut pile although looped pile carpets of woven construction are not unheard of. Normally many colored yarns are used and this process is capable of producing intricate patterns from predetermined designs (although some limitations apply to certain weaving methods with regard to accuracy of pattern within the carpet). These carpets are normally the most expensive due to cost of operation of the weaving loom, speed of manufacturing process and limited appeal of patterned carpets as floor coverings causing them to become more of a niche product.

Needle Felt

These carpets are more technologically advanced. Needle felts are produced by electrostatic attraction of individual synthetic fibers forming an extremely durable carpet. These carpets are normally found in the contract market such as hotels etc. where there is a lot of traffic.


On a knotted pile carpet (formally, a supplementary weft cut-loop pile carpet) the structural weft threads alternate with a supplementary weft that rises at right angles to the surface of the weave. This supplementary weft is attached to the warp by one of three knot types (see below), such as shag which was popular in the 1970s, to form the pile or nap of the carpet. Knotting by hand is most prevalent in Oriental rugs and carpets.


These are carpets that have their pile injected into a backing material, which is itself then bonded to a secondary backing comprising a woven hessian weave or a man made alternative to provide stability. This is the most common method of manufacturing of domestic carpets for floor covering purposes in the world.


A flat weave carpet is created by interlocking carpet is created by interlocking warp (vertical) and weft (horizontal) threads. Types of oriental flat woven carpet include kilim, soumak, plain weave, and tapestry weave. Types of European flat woven carpets include Venetian, Dutch, damask, list, haircloth, and ingrain (aka double cloth, two-ply, triple cloth, or three-ply).

A hooked rug is a simple type of rug handmade by pulling strips of cloth such as wool or cotton through the meshes ofFibers and yarns used in carpet

Carpet can be made from many single or blended natural and synthetic fibers. Fibers are chosen for durability, appearance, ease of manufacture, and cost. The most important yarn constructions are:

Wool and wool blended with synthetic fibers: Wool has excellent durability, can be dyed easily and is fairly abundant. When blended with synthetic fibers such as nylon the durability of wool is increased. Blended wool yarns are extensively used in production of modern carpet. Wool is relatively expensive.

Nylon: Up until recent times this was the most popular synthetic fiber used in carpet production. Nylon can be dyed topically or dyed in a molten state (solution dying). Nylon can be printed easily and has excellent wear characteristics. In carpets Nylon tends to stain easily because it possesses dye sites on the fiber. These dye sites need to be filled in order to give Nylon any type of stain resistance. As nylon is petroleum-based it varies in price with the price of oil.

Polypropylene: This polymer is used to produce carpet yarns because it is cheap, although it is difficult to dye and does not wear as well as wool or nylon. Large looped Berber carpets made from this fiber are usually only suited for light domestic use and tend to mat down quickly. Berber carpets with smaller loops tend to be more resilient and retain their new appearance longer than large looped Berber styles. Commercial grade level-loop carpets have very small loops, and commercial grade cut-pile styles are well constructed. When made with polypropylene (also called Olefin) these styles wear very well, clean easily and are suitable for areas with heavy foot traffic such as offices. Commercial grade carpets can be glued directly to the floor or installed over a 1/4" thick, 8-pound density padding. Outdoor grass carpets are usually made from polypropylene.

Polyester: Polyester Also known as "PET" is used in carpet manufacturing in both spun and filament constructions. After the price of raw materials for many types of carpet rose in the early 2000s, polyester became more competitive. Polyester has good physical properties and is inherently stain-resistant because it is hydrophobic, and, unlike nylon, does not have dye sites. Color is infused in a molten state (solution dyeing). Polyester has the disadvantage that it tends to crush or mat down easily. It is typically used in mid- to low-priced carpeting.

PTT: PTT (Polytrimethylene terephthalate) polymer, also called Sorona or 3GT (Dupont)or Corterra (Shell), is a variant of Polyester. Lurgi Zimmer PTT was first patented in 1941, but it was not produced until the 1990s, when Shell Chemicals developed the low-cost method of producing high-quality 1,3 propanediol (PDO), the starting raw material for PTT Corterra Polymers. PTT is similar to Polyester, but its molecules have a "kink", similar to a spring, that makes the fiber more crush resistant, resilient, and easy to clean. PTT also does not have dye sites, and is inherently stain resistant because color is infused in a molten state. Carpets made with PTT dry quickly and are resistant to mold.


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