Wood Tile The Best of Both Worlds

Can’t decide between the warmth of wood flooring and the durability and flexibility of tile?  Look no further — wood tile is the best of both worlds!

Wood Tile is Affordableckbr wood tile

Because wood tile is synthetic, the look of beautiful, exotic woods can be replicated at a much more affordable price.  Technology has come a long way, and wood tile now looks as good as the real thing — and sometimes better!

Wood Tile is Durable

Wood floors, though gorgeous, do require a higher level of maintenance than wood.  Scratches can be a problem, and kids and pets can wreak havoc.  With wood tile, you don’t have to worry about any of those things.  Cleaning is easy, and the only added maintenance is putting down new sealer every 3 to 5 years to keep moisture out of the grout.

Wood Tile is Easily Repaired

With hardwood floors, if damage occurs, you’re looking at potentially ripping up an entire section of your floor.  With wood tile, you can replace even just a single tile.

Wood Tile Goes Anywhere and Everywhere

Wood is neither weather- nor sun-resistant, leaving it vulnerable to fading and warping due to the elements.  Wood tile, on the other hand, repels water and withstands harsh sun, so you can put it down anywhere.  The bathroom, a four-seasons room, the foyer, the bedroom — the possibilities are endless!

Wood Tile is Beautiful & Sustainable

As we stated earlier, the industry has worked hard to bring the appearance of wood tile up to par with natural wood.  Beyond that, you can take advantage of effects not found in nature if your heart desires — patterns, colors and more.  Beautiful wood tile is also sustainable, because no trees are destroyed to make it.  So you can feel good about your decision to go with wood tile while enjoying the warmth of the look of wood floors in your home.

Flooring by CKBR

Whether your budget is big or small, CKBR’s design specialists can help you with your plan to upgrade the flooring in your home.  For a free, in-home consultation, give us a call today at 602-438-6638, or visit us on the web for more information.