FDW Carpet One Floor & Home in Crystal Lake is your local source for flooring, and we are here to help you bring some style to your kitchen or bathroom with new flooring. You may or may not realize it, but you spend a good majority of your time at home in your kitchen or bathroom, so why not make those spaces reflect your personal style. Your kitchen and bathroom hold a lot of value in your home, so it is important to update those spaces to reflect your style, but also to make sure you stay on trend. As your local flooring experts, we can help you navigate our tile selection and find the best tile for your next kitchen or bathroom project.
Tiles are incredibly versatile when it comes to where they can be installed, and they come in a variety of styles and colors. It is no wonder why it is a homeowner favorite when it comes to kitchens and bathrooms. Tile is resistant to moisture, heat, staining, and scratching making it the perfect floor for those tricky areas in your home.
For most homes, porcelain and ceramic tiles are the two most popular and common tile types. Ceramic tiles are lightweight and budget-friendly making them a common kitchen flooring option. Porcelain tiles are a type of ceramic, but are much denser, meaning they are more resistant to moisture and cracking. They even resist wear from frequent use and traffic. All porcelain tiles are ceramic, but not all ceramic tiles are porcelain. Our flooring professionals are standing by to help you determine the best type of tile for your project.
If you have been wanting to update your kitchen or bathroom but do not want to commit to a large project, try adding backsplash tile! Wall tiles and backsplash tiles are very easy to install and clean. They make for a great low-budget project and can help you maximize the useable space in your kitchen or bathroom. With backsplash tile the style possibilities are nearly endless. They come in different shapes, styles and even materials to give your walls a more dimensional look.
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