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Tile & Stone

Decorative Tile and Stone Flooring Services

Find Attractive Tiles and Stones for Your Floors

Ceramic tile has been used for centuries and offers consumers more options in color, texture, pattern and overall beauty than other floor covering materials.

With new manufacturing techniques, today’s ceramic tile designs are virtually indistinguishable from natural marbles, travertines, slates and other stone products. Glazed ceramic and porcelain tiles are great choices for bathrooms, kitchens, foyers, sunrooms, and great rooms.

Contact Cascade Flooring today to learn more about our high-quality tile and stone flooring services. At Cascade Flooring, you will be able to find the right kind of tile or stone for your home and design needs.
Ceramic tile samples

Types of Tiles and Stones Used for Flooring

  • Wall Tile
  • Glazed Ceramic Tile
  • Porcelain Tile
  • Color Body Porcelain Tile
In addition, you can also choose ceramic tiles based on the differences in the following attributes:
  • Scratch Hardness
  • Wear Rating
  • Water Absorption
  • Shading
Tiles

Steps of Installation

  1. Surface Preparation
  2. Layout
  3. Applying Adhesive
  4. Cutting Tile
  5. Setting Tile
  6. Grouting Joints
Tile samples

Care and Maintenance For Your Stone Flooring

  • Do sweep or vacuum floor areas prior to cleaning to remove any dust or debris
  • Do test scouring powders and sealants on a small area prior to full application
  • Do use a sealer on the grout joints shortly after installation and use products compatible with cleaning the grout joints
  • Do rinse entire area with clean water after cleaning to remove any cleaning solution residue
  • Do get damaged or broken tiles removed and replaced only by a qualified tile contractor
  • Once-a-week mopping
    Damp-mop your ceramic floor, a minimum of once each week and more frequently for heavy traffic areas. Wait at least 72 hours after the initial installation before mopping or cleaning, so that the new tile and grout can dry adequately. This will decrease wear and abrasion from grit and soil. Do not use detergents, soaps, or any of the chemicals listed above.
  • Floor mats protect your floors
    High-quality floor mats at entrances and exits is the key to reducing tile wear. They collect and trap all the corrosive substances that can be tracked in from outdoors, including dirt, sand, grit, oil, asphalt, or even driveway sealer. Also, use mats in areas of constant pressure, such as in front of vanities, kitchen sinks, and stoves.
Call 715-483-5959 to get a FREE estimate on our tile and stone flooring services.
Contact us today for excellent tile and stone flooring services. You can obtain a manufacturer's warranty on all purchases.
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