Is tile a good option for family room flooring?

Is tile a good option for family room flooring?

When you’re shopping for new floors for your family room, consider tile. It's a product that looks as good in the family/living room as in the kitchen or bath.

Why tile is ideal

Any room that's the center of family activity is bound to be busy. It can be a place where people gather to watch television, play games, pay bills, do homework, eat, snack, etc.

This room can also be used for entertaining guests. Count on drops, spills, and heavy foot traffic!

You'll see an almost unlimited number of colors, designs, shapes, and sizes when you come into our flooring store. As functional as hard-wearing, ceramics are durable and resistant to moisture, spills, and scratches.

It’s easy to clean without harsh, chemical substances. That makes it ideal for those with allergies and asthma.

The beauty of wood, the function of tile

With wood-look tiles, you can have both form + function. Thanks to Inkjet Technology, intricate patterns are created. They have raised grains, textures, and color variations.

If you want something architecturally interesting, go with a stone look. You can even create Greek. Moroccan or Art Deco atmospheres, among others.

You’ll see a large inventory in our flooring company. There are brands such as Daltile, Happy Floors, Tesoro, etc.

About porcelain

Porcelain is a type of ceramic with a different construction. It's heavier, denser, and completely non-absorbent.

This is ideal for new floors in busy rooms. It comes in countless colors and designs and can be made to look like anything.

We carry color- body porcelain. Since the glaze closely matches the bisque, scratches and dents aren’t noticeable.

Over 40 years of flooring experience

At ANW, we know that choosing flooring is a big decision. Our well-trained staff at our family-owned company will help you select the right product.

Visit our showroom in Belleview, FL, where you can experience the difference. In addition, we service Leesburg, Ocala, The Villages, Wildwood, and Gainesville.