Did you know that Carpeteria Carpet One Floor & Home of Santa Barbara, CA also carries ceramic & porcelain tile? We have a great assortment of easy to browse tiles in many shapes, colors and textures. We purchase our tile in bulk quantities from our suppliers, passing these savings on to you. Choose from small mosaic pieces to standard 12"x12" tiles to oversized 20"x20" tiles for a wider look for spacious room. Our team of ceramic and porcelain tile installers have been providing Santa Barbara consumers with professional, custom installation for over two decades. We have the tile that you need. Visit our Santa Barbara showroom today for assistance from our tile flooring experts.
Types of Tile
Ceramic and porcelain tile are a good choice for those that are worried about scratching. Because the surfaces are typically glazed, this helps to resist scratches unlike other hard surfaces such as hardwood which scratch more easily due to their soft character.
Most ceramic and porcelain are earth friendly because they are often composed of partially recycled materials and also manufactured using natural materials rather than synthetic.
Why Choose Tile?
If you are looking for a flooring product that is beautiful, water resistant, and cleans up easily, you should consider tile.
Tile is easy to decorate with. It comes in a large assortment of shapes, sizes colors and textures. If you have a large and wide room, consider a larger tile such as an 18" x 18" or even a 20" x 20" size. These larger sizes will bring out the best of your rooms by making them look bigger and less busy. For standard sized rooms and kitchens, a 12" x 12" tile size is a good starting point. If you are switching to tile for the first time in a particular room and are confused as to how it will look, try purchasing a few tile sample pieces to lie down on your floor. Live with these samples for a few days and see how comfortable you are with the look and feel.
Learn More About Tile
Types of Tile
We offer three main tile types: stone, porcelain, and ceramic. Each tile type features its own benefits, and we can help you find the perfect tile for your home.What Are the Different Types of Tile?
For the most part, tile flooring requires little maintenance. As long as you keep up with regularly cleaning your tile, you can extend its life and preserve its appearance.How Do I Care for Tile?