Glazed ceramic is
waterproof, and porcelain, a type of ceramic, is inherently
waterproof. Ceramic is made of coarse clay, while porcelain is
composed of fine kaolin clay. The clay is molded into a tile shape
and then hardened in a high-temperature kiln. Ceramic tile tends to
come in neutral colors and standard sizes. Superior porcelain, which
is harder and denser than ceramic, comes in many sizes, colors, and
designs. Wood-look and stone look designs are popular. Porcelain, the
most durable tile material available, is more costly than ceramic.
The installation team
at Vogel's Carpet & Flooring
travels to Seattle, WA, Bellevue, WA,
Kirkland, WA, Edmonds, WA, and nearby areas. An in-home estimate
for a waterproof flooring upgrade is free. In addition to
installation, we provide an area rug binding service. Consider
placing a rug or two on your new hard surface flooring. We turn a
carpet remnant into an area rug by cutting the remnant to the
requested size and finishing the edges, so the rug doesn't unravel.
To begin your waterproof flooring project, you can contact us via
email, phone, or showroom visit.