Whether you need new Tile Flooring in your bedroom, bathroom, living area or your whole house we can serve you today.
Our Family & Team has have been providing Tile Flooring in Las Vegas for over 3 decades. We take the time to listen to your needs and what your budget is.
Call us now to get a FREE Estimate on what it will cost to purchase your new Tile Flooring.
Or please just use the form to your right and give us the details of your home, apartment or business and your new Carpet, Vinyl, Laminate or Tile Flooring needs via instant email.
One of our Flooring technicians will call you back ASAP and discuss your needs and offer up some pricing and installation ideas.
Tile Flooring in Las Vegas Call (702) 361-3700
- Convenience – Once you have talked to us on the phone and have your Free Estimate, we are conventionality located so you can come in and take a look at all our flooring sample’s.
- Full Range of all Flooring Types in Stock – We offer a full line of Carpet, Vinyl, Laminate or Tile Flooring in house with our stock at time’s the largest of any Flooring store in the Las Vegas area. We carry medium to high end flooring products for homes and business.
- Affordable Flooring – Stay in Control of the Cost! Providing affordable sales & design service is one of our top priorities. You are also in control of your expenses because we will give a free estimate for your home or business.
- Professional and Honest Technicians – Your home or business will be serviced by certified and professional carpet technician’s, who also pride themselves in giving an honest service.
- Warranty – We honor all manufacturer’s warranties for all flooring products we sell.
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THINGS TO KNOW!
Important tips on variation, texture, shading and color.
Many of today’s popular styles of ceramic tile are designed to look and feel like natural stone, emulating their rugged surface and color variations.
It’s important that you understand these variations when deciding to install ceramic tile.
These tiles are intended to show color and texture variations, just like natural stone. Since the composition of the tile’s glaze also varies, different tile styles will also exhibit different gloss levels.
You should also be aware that solid color tiles provide a consistent look, however shade variation is inherent in all fired ceramic products and certain tiles will show greater variation within their dye lots.
Shade variation is usually listed on the back label of each sample with a low, moderate, high or random rating. Here, to help you, are the definitions:
Low. Consistent shade and texture
Moderate. Moderate shade and texture variation
High. High shade and texture variation
Random. Very high shade and texture variation
Color variations will also be present between manufacturers’ samples of the same color and throughout ceramic floors.
Color consistency is something you should understand and carefully consider when selecting ceramic tile. Our sales associate will be happy to review with you what to expect from different ceramic tiles.
What smart shoppers should know about moisture absorption and tile density.
As the composition of glaze varies, different styles of tile will exhibit different gloss levels and surface textures. This is important to note when choosing your ceramic tile flooring.
For example, in areas that are used while wet, such as your shower or bathroom floor, they should have low moisture absorption and good slip resistance.
Moisture Absorption: as the density of the tile increases, the amount of moisture that tile can absorb becomes less.
Tile Density: as the weight or the density of the tile increases, it becomes a stronger tile.
Tile density and moisture absorption have an indirect relationship to each other. What this means is that as the density of the tile increases the moisture absorption rate becomes less.
The ins and outs of grout.
Grout is typically mixed on site, but slight color variations can occur within different areas of the same installation with the same grout color, and can vary from the manufacturer’s sample you saw in the store.
Exact layouts, type of grout and grout joints widths are determined by the tile setter at the time of installation and are governed by the actual size and shape of the tile, and the exact dimensions of the areas to be covered.Once the tile has been laid and grouted, it is your responsibility to maintain all caulked areas to guard against water damage. Grout may also darken over time in areas with heavy water use.
Also, changes of season can cause surfaces adjoining the tile to expand and contract, causing the grout to crack and separate.
A word or two about subfloors.
No subfloors are perfectly level. Any damaged, loose or uneven areas must be repaired, patched and leveled prior to the installation of the tile.
Depending on the condition of the sub-floor, it may require additional work. We will notify you immediately if any additional work is needed!