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Tile in Medicine Hat, AB

Tile has maintained a constant presence in homes and public places for centuries, and its staying power holds true in modern times. Both trendy and timeless, tile is a great solution for many challenges, and boasts endless style potential in spaces like kitchens and bathrooms.


At Kimball Carpet One Floor & Home in Medicine Hat, Alberta we have a huge inventory of indoor and outdoor tile products, with options for every space, style function, and budget. Are you considering a tile installation for your residential or commercial property? Here are some things to consider as you narrow down your selections.



What are the Different Types of Tiles?

With so many tile products now available, making your final selection can be a harrowing task.


Today, there are tiles made from glass, mosaic, metal, and other materials, however, some things remain unchanged, and the majority of modern-day tile is crafted using either ceramic, porcelain, or stone.


Although all of these are durable options, there are some distinctions to consider.



Ceramic Tile


Porcelain Tile


Stone Tile


Where Can Tile Be Installed?

Since tile can survive moisture and heat, it can pretty much be installed anywhere in the home.


Ceramic and porcelain are especially popular in kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms, but can also be installed in living rooms and basements. In addition, tile can be installed on walls and backsplashes, or used to create custom showers and baths.


For smaller areas consider decorative tiles like mosaic tiles and glass tiles. These, while not as durable as floor tiles, are more stylish.





What is Wood-Look Tile?

Porcelain and ceramic wood-look tile flooring are made in rectangular panels that look like hardwood planks.


This trending product is popular for its sophisticated appearance and durable features. Wood-look flooring is a great solution in climates with hot summers and cold winters, where real hardwood is prone warping.


Our wood look tile comes in an array of gorgeous shades, from darker, rustic looks, to clean white and grey wood tile. It’s completely waterproof and can handle drastic temperature changes, steam, spills, and humidity. It’s much easier to care for, and never requires sanding or refinishing.


Bonus: just like real hardwood, tile is hypoallergenic and made to last for the life of your home!




Where Can I Install Wood-Look Tile?

Wood look tile is beautiful in a bathroom, kitchen, mudroom, or beyond. You’ll also find plank tiles in commercial settings prone to moisture, like bars, restaurants, downtown retail stores, and more.


Wood-look tile showers and backsplashes are also exceptionally popular. Whether you’re interested in a distressed wood look porcelain tile for your farm-style kitchen, or a spa-like wood look tile bathroom, our experts are here to help.



Where Can I Shop Tile Near Me?

When you need quality tile in Medicine Hat, Alberta, look no further than your local tile shop, Kimball Carpet One Floor & Home. As a member of Carpet One Floor & Home, Kimball Carpet One Floor & Home has the purchasing power of over a thousand stores yet remains closely tied to its surrounding neighbourhoods.


Simply put, our cooperative affiliation allows us the ability to offer up localized services, expansive variety, and competitive pricing. Visit our showroom, which is located at 578 South Railway SE, today, to explore our tile options.

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