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Beautiful, durable, and natural, granite tile is an excellent choice for the floors and countertops in your home. Since granite is available in a seemingly endless array of colors and patterns, selecting a cut for your home’s floor or countertops is not always easy.
For some advice that can make it easier for you to select granite for your construction or renovation project, watch this clip from the DIY Network’s “Sweat Equity” show. In it, host Amy Matthews discusses some of the different types of granite you may wish to consider for your home and how choosing the right cut can have a positive impact on your home’s resale value.
Are you a resident of Seattle or Bothell, WA who is looking for to install granite tile floors or countertops in your home? For access to a selection of high-quality granite tiles and other types of discount tiles that can enhance your home’s appearance and boost its real estate value, call Tile for Less at (206) 701-6980.
Last updated 11 days ago
At Tile for Less Washington, customers come first. From the selection and procurement of high quality tiles that look great to helping our customers find discount tiles that satisfy their needs and wants, our focus is on pleasing the customer. Our mission, which is “to gain a reputation with homeowners and installation professionals for providing a remarkable value and installation economy along with extraordinary service experience,” reflects this.
To please customers, we offer desirable products for cheap prices. We also seek to assist them with any component of the tile selection and design process. Our employees adhere to a values credo that supports our mission and helps ensure the satisfaction of everyone we work with.
If you value positive customer service experiences and are in the market for new tile floors, you should look to Tile for Less before directing your search efforts anywhere else. We have an expansive selection of marble, glass, ceramic, and porcelain tiles that are as cheap as they can be found anywhere. For a look at the discount tiles in our inventory, visit us in Bothell or Seattle. To speak with an experienced and reliable member of our team, call (206) 701-6980.
Last updated 18 days ago
Versatile and cost-effective, ceramic tile is a practical option and great choice for several home design applications. To better familiarize yourself with the characteristics of ceramic tile and what you can expect should you choose to have a ceramic tile floor installed in your home, read up on some of the many benefits of ceramic tile floors and countertops.
Ceramic tile is hailed by industry professionals as the most cost-effective flooring material on the market, due to its relatively low price and impressive longevity. If value is what you are looking for, you can find it in a ceramic tile floor.
A long lifespan is one quality that makes ceramic tile such a valuable floor and countertop option. Another is its durability in the face of exposure to heat, water, and spills. Impact and stain resistant, ceramic tile floors are prone neither to cracking nor stains.
Ceramic tiles are a cheap and easy way to make your kitchen and bathroom countertops and floors look great. Available in almost every imaginable color and pattern, ceramic tiles are design versatile in addition to being multifunctional. Floors, countertops, backsplashes, and wall murals can all be made from ceramic tile.
Easy to Maintain
Ceramic tiles should be vacuumed and mopped regularly, but they require little maintenance beyond that. Sealed ceramic tile floors should be waxed once a year, but additional maintenance is generally not required. Should any of your tiles break or stain, repairing them should be cheap and relatively easy.
Should you elect to have ceramic tiles installed in your Bothell or Seattle home, check out the great selection at Tile for Less Washington. Take a look at our ceramic tile options online and feel free to call us at (206) 701-6980 if you have any questions about what you see.
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As you look around your home, do you notice that it’s starting to look tired or outdated? If so, it might be time to consider how you can revamp your home with tile. Tile is a practical, functional, and beautiful material that can be used in a variety of ways in your home. In your kitchen, you can have travertine tile floors, a metal tile backsplash, or tiled countertops, just to name a few of the options. Marble tile in your entryway will lend an air of sophistication and elegance, while porcelain tile can be used for bathroom floors or on shower walls. Take a look at this infographic from Tile For Less Washington, your home for discount tile in Bothell, to discover more ways you can decorate your home with tile. Please feel free to share this info with your friends and neighbors!
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Associated with quality, durability, and elegance, Italian marble has been held in high regard for centuries. While you are unlikely to be able to legally acquire Michelangelo’s David or Pieta for your home anytime soon, you do have access to high-quality Italian marble tile that you can incorporate into your home’s design. To learn about the history of Italian marble tile, continue reading below.
Before the Tile
Slabs of marble have been used in opulent construction for thousands of years, as evidenced by the Parthenon and other ancient sites scattered between Rome and Agra. Marble was also commonly used by some of the greatest Italian sculptors, including Michelangelo and Antonio Canova. Marble tiles as we know them, however, are a relatively recent use for marble.
The marble quarries in Carrara have been tapped into for more than 2,000 years, giving the region a strong association with fine Italian marble. For centuries, marble has been exported from quarries in and near Carrara quarries to places around the globe where demand is high. The introduction of the railroad following Italy’s independence made the transportation of Calacatta and Carrara marble from the quarry to these places easier and cheaper than it had ever been before.
Italian Marble Grows in Popularity
Since the introduction of the railway made Carrara marble more affordable and accessible, its popularity among homeowners with varying budgets has grown immensely. Some one million tons of Carrara marble is quarried each year, much of which is fashioned into tiles designed for floor and countertop use.
At Tile for Less Washington, we pride ourselves on providing residents of Bothell, WA and the Seattle area with high-quality Italian marble at discount prices. If you are building or renovating a home in one of these two areas and are looking for Carrara marble, porcelain, or ceramic tile for your project, be sure to check out our discount tile inventory. If you have any questions about our tile solutions or locations, call (206) 701-6980.