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All About Tile in Salisbury, Maryland

If you’re stuck searching for “tile near me” in Salisbury, MD, visit the flooring professionals at Value Carpet One Floor & Home. We carry an impressive collection of tile options to fit your design style, with some of our customer favorites including porcelain, ceramic, and natural stone tile. We love this flooring option for its functionality and style, as well as its durability. As a result, tile is often used in both commercial and residential settings. Not only that, but tile comes in a variety of price ranges to help fit any budget.


Looking to enhance your space with tile? Here are some guidelines to help you choose the tile that works best in your interior.



Ceramic, Stone & Porcelain - Oh My!

While all of our tile is beautiful, not all types are made the same. The main types of tile include ceramic, porcelain, and stone (think marble or slate), with ceramic and porcelain being our most popular. Some of our popular tile brands include Daltile, Emser, Happy Floors, and MSI.


Here’s a closer look at the three types of tile and why we love them!



This tile is popular for being versatile and budget-friendly. Ceramic is kiln-fired at a lower temperature and made from a range of recycled, natural materials including sand and clay. Because of its lightweight nature, ceramic tile is an excellent option for backsplashes and walls.




Porcelain tile is just as versatile as ceramic, yet more durable thanks to its high kiln-fired temperature. Porcelain tile is chip-resistant and water-resistant, so it is better equipped to handle heavy foot traffic and high moisture areas.

Both ceramic and porcelain tiles are available in traditional tile looks, as well as wood and stone looks, giving you a variety of design options to choose from.




Perhaps the most widely used tile choice, stone is a natural material that is incredibly beautiful and durable. Because it is naturally mined from the earth and sealed to protect against staining and scratching, stone tile may come with a higher price tag. While stone materials are more porous than other tiling options, if properly maintained, this flooring can last for years. Popular stone tiles include limestone, marble, travertine, and slate.




Where Can I Install Tile?

You can install your tile in a variety of interior spaces! Traditionally, ceramic and stone tiles are used for areas of low to medium-foot traffic areas. These tiles are easy to clean and offer a classic and sophisticated look in any space. Skip the wallpaper and install this tile on your walls instead.



Options for ceramic and stone tiling include:

Porcelain tile is a more durable and water-resistant tile option, and this type can be installed in heavy-foot traffic areas. Plus, porcelain tile is heat-resistant - it can be installed on fireplace surrounds and restaurant backsplashes!




Options for porcelain tiling include:

Additionally, we offer commercial tiles for business settings and tiles that are glazed and textured to create extra slip resistance. Make your floors last for years: we recommend a professional installation from our Carpet One Floor & Home pros, and we offer a range of warranty options.




Our Tile Collection

Find the best tile option for your space at the Value Carpet One Floor & Home showroom. We have a beautiful selection of products that are designed enhance and add value to your space. Plus, as a member of the Carpet One co-op, the largest flooring cooperative in North America, we have superior buying power with suppliers. This means we can bring you the same low tile prices you find at big box stores while remaining a locally-owned small business.


Ready to enhance your space? Visit our store at 1530 North Salisbury Boulevard, Salisbury, MD 21801 to experience the Carpet One difference, or browse our selection online!




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