1. Style Options
Long gone are the days of drab nondescript kitchen floor tiles. The choice of designer patterns and cool designs is limited only by your imagination and your budget.
As long as you don’t choose a nasty cheap thin tile you can be sure that when you install tiles in your kitchen that you’re laying a very hard wearing surface.
If you’re prepared to refresh your flooring every few years then that’s fine, but if you want to lay a classy kitchen floor that’s going to look up to date for many years to come then opting for kitchen tile installation, with a focus on natural colors, is a smart way to go.
We have to agree that wood looks great in the kitchen, but wood as you know needs extra care and attention to keep it looking at its best. Kitchen tile on the other hand just needs a sweep or a mop to keep it in tip top shape. With the continual dropping of food and drink on our kitchen floors you’ll be glad you chose tile.
5. Health and Safety
Hygiene in your kitchen is absolutely essential, this area more than any other in your home is vulnerable to germs. And it’s not just the kitchen counter-tops that need to be kept clean. Your floors too need to be kept germ free especially with young children about. As beautiful as natural wood is there’s no arguing that tile is a much easier surface to keep hygienically clean.