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Tile flooring in Portsmouth, NH from Portsmouth Quality Flooring

Three exciting questions about tile flooring

When shopping for tile in Portsmouth, NH, remember that this product isn’t just for the kitchen and bath. It can look just as great in the living room or hallway.

Tile flooring is stylish and sophisticated, adds value to a property, and can be made to look like anything. They're also functional, durable, easy to clean, hypoallergenic, and eco-friendly.

Here are answers to questions we hear most often in our showroom.

Question #1: Can tile look like hardwood?

Yes, and it looks and feels just like genuine wood. But, of course, there are knots, grains, swirls, color variations, and all Mother Nature's "imperfections."

Come into our tile store, where you'll see designs like Upscale by MSI or River Marble by Daltile.

Question #2: Are all tiles the same?

No, each type has different strength and absorption levels that determine how and where it can be used.

The right or wrong type will impact your remodeling, so read labels carefully and describe your project to the tile flooring expert.

Question #3: What’s the difference between porcelain and ceramic tile?

Porcelain is a type of ceramic with a composition that makes it heavier and denser. As a result, it makes the ideal tile flooring for busy, heavily trafficked rooms like the kitchen. It's also non-absorbent, so it can also be used outdoors.

This large format comes in countless designs, colors, and patterns. It's often preferred for wood and stone looks.

Visit us for the best tile in Portsmouth, NH

Our knowledgeable, professional team at Portsmouth Quality Flooring will help you find the ideal product for your home or business.

Visit our showroom in Portsmouth, NH. You'll understand why the area trusts us with all their tile flooring needs. We work on residential and commercial projects in Portsmouth, Greenland, New Castle, Rye, North Hampton, Newmarket, Exeter, Stratham, NH and York, and Kittery, ME.