Antique Tile Flooring Huntington IN

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Tucker & Sons Construction
(260) 447-6149
2833 Ridgeway Dr
Fort Wayne, IN
Mason Flooring & Carpet Cleaning
(800) 757-2793
535 N. Clark Street, Bx 574
Markie, IN
(260) 432-8283
Ft Wayne, IN
Whites Flooring
(260) 244-4443
111 Diplomat Drive
Columbia City, IN
Trevino Flooring Limited
(260) 638-4979
17509 Wayne St
Yoder, IN
Guardian Services
(260) 747-6371
6502 Bluffton Road
Fort Wayne, IN
Abbey's Fort Wayne Tile
(260) 432-8283
6167 W. Jefferson Blvd
Fort Wayne, TN
(317) 543-7218
Wabash, IN
Carrolls Flooring
(260) 672-9200
225 N Main St
Roanoke, IN
Quality Hardwood Products Inc
(260) 839-3205
2234 E 1450 N
North Manchester, IN

Antique Tile in the Kitchen – Pros and Cons

The kitchen is the heart of the home. Every member of a family spends time in the kitchen on a daily basis, and it is where the contents of pantries and cabinets are transformed into a family’s meals. People are harder on kitchen floors, walls and counters than in other rooms. Heat, grease and grime (including airborne grease and grime) take their toll on your kitchen every day. 

So when choosing a kitchen floor, wall coverings and counter tops, consider both design and durability. What may look good today may not last until tomorrow in certain kitchens. 

Popular with homeowners today is antique tile, giving kitchens a classic look and feel. Tile floors, countertops and backsplashes add function and atmosphere, but antique tile has its benefits and challenges. Here are some of the pros and cons of antique tile in your kitchen:

Pros Tile is durable and can often last for the lifetime of your home. If you install tile in your kitchen, you will probably never need to replace it. You don’t have to worry about heat in the kitchen with tile. Tile countertops eliminate the need for warming pads. Spilling hot things on tile kitchen floors will not cause burn damage. While it is more expensive than linoleum or vinyl, tile is less expensive than stone, marble or slate. Tile is relatively easy to install, so homeowners can save money by doing it themselves. The design options are almost endless with tile. It comes in a wide variety of shapes, patterns an...

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