When ceramic tiles that looked like hardwood planks first hit the market, most people weren’t quite sure what to make of them. Even the best of them were clearly tile instead of wood, and they were first marketed as a renovation feature then as part of an initial home construction. But since then wood tile flooring has become one of the most popular high-end flooring changes. Here’s why you should join the trend:
Wood tiles look like hardwood without the difficult upkeep and repairs.
Of all the wood flooring alternatives from vinyl adhesive floor to floating laminate boards, ceramic tiles have the best look and feel. They come in a wide range of colors, styles, and sizes, all of which are designed to capture wood’s natural grain and color gradients. They also feel more sturdy and luxurious than laminate alternatives and can handle the spills, temperature changes, and high-impact environment of your kitchen without the concerns you might have about laminate alternatives.
Wood tiles are becoming a norm signifying a valuable or high-end property.
The DFW area is expanding quickly and many of the homes are in high demand. As professionals flip homes, complete renovation projects, and construct new neighborhoods at high prices, they are turning more and more readily to wood tiles to complete the look and increase demand. This means you can invest in ceramic, stylized tile without worrying that it’s just a fad or will date your home if you decide to sell it in the future.
To find wood tiles that match your home’s furnishings and give your home a fresh new look, go to First US Floors.