Glamour and a
splash of fashion.

Tile is one of the most durable flooring materials available.
Your choices in this flooring category are endless in
colours, textures, patterns and sizes.

The choice is yours.

Browse our tile types and get to know the benefits and considerations of each.

  • Porcelain Tile
  • Ceramic Glazed
  • Ceramic Unglazed
  • Glass
  • Porcelain tile is the hardest, densest tile available. Available glazed or unglazed.

    Ideal Rooms

    Entryways, kitchens, mudrooms, bathrooms, laundry rooms.

    Benefits

    Through-body colour – Choose a porcelain tile with a through-body colour making small chips less noticeable.

    Stain-resistant – As porcelain tiles are non-porous, this means they hold up well against stains.

    Considerations

    Price – Porcelain tile is more expensive than glazed/unglazed ceramic tile.

    Outdoor use – Some porcelain tile is rated for use outdoors.

    Colour variation – colour within styles can vary from tile to tile. Whether you are looking to embrace this aesthetic or you’re wanting colour continuity, it is important to ask about colour variations in the product you select.

    Ceramic glazed tile has a coating of glass applied to its surface making it smooth and preventing it from scratches. Available in glossy or matte finishes.

    Ideal Rooms

    Entryways, kitchens, mudrooms, bathrooms, laundry rooms.

    Benefits

    Price – Ceramic tile is less expensive than porcelain.

    Considerations

    If you chip a ceramic tile – You will have to find a different colour underneath the top glaze.

    Ceramic unglazed tile is very hard and dense.

    Ideal Rooms

    Entryways, mudrooms, bathrooms, laundry rooms and outdoor spaces.

    Benefits

    Price – Ceramic tile is less expensive than porcelain

    Slip-resistant – Unglazed ceramic tiles are very slip-resistant, making it perfect for spaces that are prone to water.

    Considerations

    Chip colour – Chip a ceramic tile and you find a different colour underneath the top glaze.

    Stains – These tiles do not offer stain protection like glazed tiles, and require sealing to resist staining

    Glass tiles are a popular and stunning choice for any home.

    Ideal Rooms

    Kitchen (backsplashes), bathrooms (shower) and accent walls in any room. Not recommended for floor traffic.

    Benefits

    Beauty – Glass tile is extremely eye-catching and makes for the perfect feature in any room.

    Bathroom usage – Glass tiles are perfect for bathrooms. Shower walls, backsplashes and full tile walls. It’s not recommended for floor traffic.

    Considerations

    Install – Installation of glass tile is not recommended for DIY, as it requires a special skill set.

    Price – Glass tiles tend to be more pricey than other tile options.

    Not for the floor – As glass tile is more expensive and delicate, it is not recommended for floor traffic.

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