Ceramic tile and porcelain tile are often mistaken as the same floor covering. They are beautiful, durable, and offer some of the most impressive benefits in flooring. But they are also different from one another in some ways. Porcelain, for instance, has a through-body color scheme, while ceramic does not.
Both materials are extremely resistant to water, you’ll see fewer stains, scuffs, and scratches, and you can have them cut into any shape or size, down to the size of a postage stamp. If you prefer, you can even help protect them further by adding a beautiful area rug or runner where guests come in from directly outside. Overall, these floors will serve you for the entirety of their average 50-year lifespan. We urge you to take an in-depth look when we visit
so you can take full advantage of these materials.