When deciding on tile flooring for kitchen, bathroom, entryway, laundry room, or even a commercial space, most clients have two main concerns: the overall aesthetic of the space they are revamping, and how long-lasting their tile will be.
To meet these primary concerns, Freedom Flooring stocks a selection of styles, colours, and sizes of tile, making every effort to provide our customers with a comprehensive collection of options to choose from.
Some of the tile flooring types we offer include:
Each of our kitchen and bathroom tile options comes with its own benefits and visual appeal. Travertine tiles are versatile and are used for a range of applications, for example, while ceramic is extremely moisture and scratch resistant.
If you are looking for tile flooring in Edmonton, but aren’t sure which type of flooring is best for your space, we can help. Our Edmonton flooring contractors have an in-depth knowledge of the materials we offer and can help you make the right decision.
WHY TRUST FREEDOM FLOORING WITH YOUR TILE FLOORING PROJECT?
Unlike commercial tile stores, our Edmonton flooring contractors will come to your home, measure your space, analyze the aesthetic of your home, and recommend the type of tile flooring that best suits your needs.
Whether you’re simply looking for advice about a specific type of tile before you purchase, or you are in need of a complete tile installation, we have the hands-on skills and industry expertise required to move your project forward.
WHAT TYPES OF TILE FlOORING SERVICES DOES FREEDOM FLOORING OFFER?
As experienced contractors, as well as kitchen and bathroom tile suppliers, we have the manpower and materials required to handle your project from beginning to end.
Our range of tile services includes:
- On-site consultations
- Tile flooring installation
- Kitchen backsplashes
- Patio tile and stone
- Commercial tile installation
HOW LONG DOES INSTALLATION USUALLY TAKE?
As a rule of thumb, it takes 4 hours to tile a 40 sq foot space. Of course, this timeline can be impacted by the size of the tile you choose, the amount of grouting required, and the complexity of any tile designs.
Additionally, after your tile flooring installation is complete, it is highly recommended that you do not walk on your new tile for at least 12 hours. This gives your tile enough time to properly dry and adhere to your subflooring.
THE IMPORTANCE OF PREPARING YOUR SUBFLOOR FOR TILE INSTALLATION
Tile flooring requires a surface that will not bend, contract or warp. Thus, it is incredibly important that homeowners know what type of subflooring they have, and how it will impact their project.
When laying tile on concrete, for example, all cracks and uneven areas must be levelled and filled before the tile flooring installation can begin. If the tile is being laid on plywood, the plywood should be 1 1/8″ thick when combined with the subfloor.
Are you uncomfortable or unsure of how to best prepare your subflooring for tile installation? No need to worry! Our Edmonton flooring contractors can handle the preparation work for you. Just let us know that you will require subflooring and we will ensure you enjoy a hassle-free installation process from start to finish.