Ceramic Tile

L&S Ceramic Service

We’ve sourced the best ceramic, porcelain, and natural stone tiles from selected manufacturers and producers to give you more options when it comes to decorating with tiles.

Whether you are building a new home or just embarking on a redecoration project, for sure you’ve thought about incorporating ceramic tiles, and maybe even considered different colors, patterns, textures, and sizes. There is one thing you should understand though before buying ceramic tiles and that is not all ceramic tile product is created equal. Depending on your needs, you can have tiles that are soft or tiles that can survive extreme temperatures. Don’t worry, we will advise you on which tiles to use for indoors or outdoors, and even offer tips on slip resistance of tiles, where applicable.

DIY versus professional installation

Most pros would tell you that installing ceramic tile floors is sort of an art form. Perhaps it’s the amount of hard work that goes into the installation or the particular skill set that one needs to develop before taking on such a labor-intensive task, but installing ceramic tile floors is no joke. It’s great if you want to improve as a weekend warrior and give DIY installation a try, but if you’re after perfection, it’s probably best to leave this job to professionals. Choosing the right ceramic tile floors without damaging the subfloor is something our team of tiling experts can help you with. We can also assist with your ceramic tile installation and give you insider tips on which tiles are the most durable and easiest to maintain.

Ceramic tile shopping guide

Composed of clay, minerals, and water, ceramic tiles may be glazed or unglazed. Glazed tiles are water- and stain-resistant, come in different colors, designs, and finishes, and are perfect for creating mosaics, accents in walls and doorways, and of course, flooring. Unglazed tiles, on the other hand, are thicker, stronger and more suitable for heavy-duty uses. They are usually placed in areas prone to wetness to avoid injuries and accidents. Other types include porcelain, quarry, terra cotta, and mosaic tiles, which can be used for different areas of the home or office, both indoors and outdoors.

If you’re looking for high quality ceramic tile floors, let us help you. We offer ceramic tiles in different sizes, colors, and designs and we can help you select the right type of tiles for your floor tiling project. Browse our site or visit any one of our stores today so we can provide price quotes for the tiles that you have selected.