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Learn About Tile

Choose tile for more than just your kitchen and bathroom. Tiles feature many different benefits such as being easy to care for and incredibly durable. Our showroom features a collection of ceramic, porcelain and stone tile which come in a wide selection of styles, trends, colors and more. Even though tile is a popular kitchen and bathroom option, tile can be installed in other places around your home including outside.

At Carpet One Floor & Home in Fayetteville, our exclusive tile brands are backed by our award winning warranties. Tiles are available in and can be installed as individual pieces, which means you can get creative and mix and match styles to create your own unique design. Our flooring professionals are waiting for you to stop by and to take a look at our tile collection and make your dream space become a reality.

Expert Advice - Choose the Perfect Tile

Join our very own Jim Aaron, VP of Merchandising for Carpet One Floor & Home, for some information on the three basic types of tile flooring: ceramic, porcelain, and stone.

Where Can Tile Be Installed?

Tile has always been a great choice for kitchens and bathrooms because of its durability and resistance to moisture and heat. Tile can be installed in more than just your kitchen or bathroom. You can even have it installed in your basement.  Other places tile can be installed include laundry rooms and even entryways. More durable tiles like stone and porcelain can be installed outside around your home as a patio or walkway.

We also have tiles that can be installed on walls, in showers, and outside as patios and walkways. Backsplash tile allows you to affordably update your space. You can even customize your bathroom by installing a tiled shower, which adds style and even value to your space.

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Types of Tile

Our tile selection features porcelain, ceramic and stone options.

Two of the most popular and common tile options are porcelain and ceramic. Both of these tile types are made with the same materials. Porcelain is denser and resistant to moisture and heat because it is baked at a higher temperature than ceramic. These tiles are more durable, so they tend to be heavier and can withstand foot traffic and are resistant to scratching and wear. Ceramic tiles are light-weight and easy on your budget, and are available in an array of vibrant and neutral colors. Our collection of stone tiles is quarried from different locations, so no two tiles will look the same. That means you can have a durable and unique looking floor installed in your home. They may be higher priced, but will last the life of your home.

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Our Tile Selection

Not only do we carry name brand tiles, but we also have Carpet One Floor & Home exclusive brands like Bel Terra. Our exclusives are backed by quality and award winning warranties. As a member of the Carpet One Floor & Home cooperative, we deliver our customers quality flooring every day. Visit our showroom in Fayetteville, NC to see our entire collection of tiles.

Bel Terra tile

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Types of Tile

When you stop by our showroom, you’ll find a collection of porcelain, ceramic and stone tiles that can be installed on your floors, walls, and even outside. Follow the link below to learn about different types of tiles.

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wood look tile

Designs with Ceramic tile

Ceramic continues to be a popular tile type for homeowners to choose when they update or renovate their kitchens or bathrooms. Ceramic tile is affordable, light-weight, and available in several different styles.

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Bel Terra Wood look Tile in Living Room

Tile Maintenance

Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s cleaning guidelines before using new cleaning products. Tile is very easy to care for and maintain. Follow the link below to learn about a few tile cleaning tips.

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