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Albuquerque, NM 87107

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Ceramic and Porcelain Tiles can Look like Wood

Is it true that there are ceramic and porcelain tiles that look like wood? You bet it is! Now you can have that gorgeous wood look and the durability, as well as the moisture resistance of tile. The Floor Store at The Carpet Company has you covered with wood-look tiles. Visit our showroom on Second Street, about one mile south of Paseo del Norte, to view hundreds of options.

Many people have been wanting the inviting look of wood in their kitchens and bathrooms, but know that most types of wood and wood-look flooring would buckle and warp in those moisture-laden environments. Now you can even have that wood look on countertop backsplashes. Tile that looks like wood makes it all possible.

Rich tones and varying textures contribute to the range of selection for tiles with a hardwood look. Many wood species, colors and finishes are available, ensuring that there is something that appeals to everyone and every New Mexico home.

While most ceramic and porcelain tiles that look like wood are not ready for outdoor use, there are a few types that are, and more are being developed.

For the DIY-inspired individual, ceramic tiles are recommended, as porcelain tiles are more challenging to cut. If hiring a professional for installation, either ceramic or porcelain will work, depending on your needs. The friendly, local experts at The Floor Store at The Carpet Company will help you decide what options are right for you.

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