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Tile Flooring Installation in Hilo, HI

Are you ready to invest in new flooring for your home or office? Do you want to choose a long-lasting and classic flooring style? Our flooring showroom specialists will help you navigate the showroom and select the right tile flooring for your design preferences and budget. Let us help you make a choice after exploring the impressive floor options available in our showroom.

Update any room with new flooring. Trusted flooring companies can install carpet, hardwood or tile in a day or two, or you can do it with the help of our home-improvement store and flooring installation experts. Flooring can be a relatively simple home improvement project even for a novice. Focus on putting tile in your kitchen and bathrooms and replace your carpet with hardwood flooring. Home improvement stores have a wealth of information about how to make this process easy for you to complete.

Don't be fooled by cheap imitation flooring. Tile, Marble and Granite are all better than imitation versions of them. Floors should not have linoleum unless in an apartment, counters should be either granite, tile or marble. There are so many affordable options that there is really no excuse for plastic versions of the real thing. If you have a limited budget for updating your home and want to make the biggest impact value-wise, tackle your kitchen. New counter tops, cabinets, flooring, fixtures and appliances can add both value and appeal to your home if you decide to sell it, and you can enjoy the updates yourself if you plan on staying a while.

Types of Tile Floor Options for Your Home or Office

Invest in tile flooring. The floor is something that most people notice when they are in your home, so if you want to catch their attention, use tile. Granite, ceramic or slate tiles are both attractive and durable and come in a number of different styles and finishes. Another plus is that they are much easier to clean than carpet. Instead of wooden flooring or linoleum, use tiles in your kitchen area. Most tiles are easy to clean and more spill proof than any linoleum or wood flooring on the market. They define your kitchen space and keep that area separate from the rest of your dining room or living room.

A great way to add a new look to any room of the home is to tile or re-tile the floors. Tile flooring comes in thousands of colors and designs and is relatively inexpensive when you do it yourself. For as little as $1 a square foot, new tile floors can be an excellent home improvement project.

There are many types of tile floor options available in our showroom. You may not realize the amount of tile choices there are because manufacturing has become more realistic than ever before. Some of the types of tile flooring we offer include:

  • Ceramic: One of the best attributes of ceramic tile flooring is the ease of maintenance for the tile. This type does not harbor germs and is extremely durable for rooms like kitchens and bathrooms.
  • Porcelain: The way this type of tile is manufactured makes it available in a variety of styles and glazes. Many intricate patterns used in showers or on kitchen floors are made with porcelain tiles.
  • Travertine: This style of tile is growing in popularity because it is made of a hard, naturally occurring material. Spills and dents do not show up easily on travertine because of its pattern size.
  • Marble: This is one of the oldest building materials and it is beautiful with its natural variety of different shades. These tiles will not match each other exactly. The surface is porous and can stain.
  • Slate: Many homeowners prefer the look of this natural stone because the finish is flat and classic in color. Its standard color matches most design aesthetics.
  • Granite: This is maybe the toughest stone and it is available in various looks. Granite slabs can be speckled or solid. It is also very easy to clean.
  • Terracotta: This style of tile has been found to last on the exterior of homes for hundreds of year. High-quality terracotta can be glazed or unglazed to create your desired look.
  • Concrete: This material mixes stone, sand, and cement. This is one of the least expensive types of tile flooring, which withstands a lot of wear and tear. It is also moisture resistant.

Tile Flooring Lasts for the Lifetime of Your Home

Choose a hard material such as tile flooring, which gives you the ability to keep this flooring for the rest of your time in your home. Many homeowners looking to invest in their flooring want to purchase a type of flooring that will last. Nothing is as water-resistant, stain-resistant, and able to withstand wear and tear like tile. For households that include children, pets, and frequent guests, tile is a most stylish and durable floor options.

Adding heat to tiled floors is inexpensive and very easy. Look into radiant heat equipment, especially if you want to replace your flooring anyway. You certainly won't regret making the upgrade. Radiant heat is energy-efficient and feels fantastic on those cold winter days. This option is a luxury that will also wow future buyers.

As you can see, there are a variety of things you can do around your home, both inside and outside, that will put your personal stamp on it. It doesn't have to be a major change, because even the smallest things can make a big difference if done correctly and strategically.


Contact us today to learn more about the tile flooring options available in our showroom!  We proudly serve the communities of Hilo and throughout the Big Island, Hawaii.