Both tile and hardwoods are classic flooring choices for North Jersey homeowners, so why not combine the best of the two favorites? Wood-look tile is becoming incredibly popular as the interior design world is dominated by the natural look of wood, and busy families prioritize easy maintenance. Luckily, you get the best of both worlds with wood-look tile. Explore a few reasons why our design experts at Floor Coverings International North Jersey love this flooring solution below!

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Realistic

Years ago, if you wanted a floor that looked like solid hardwood, the real thing was your only option. However, as flooring technology progresses there are quite a few more materials that mimic the look of wood. Many homeowners find wood-look tile is so realistic it can be hard to spot the difference between the real thing. This tile comes in various plank sizes, replicates any wood species, and has incredibly realistic wood grain texture!

Water Resistant

The biggest downfall of solid hardwood floors is the fact that they aren’t the best match for spaces where water is used. But, you may love the look of wood in your bathroom or kitchen. Luckily, that’s where wood-look tile is the perfect solution. Tile is often the preferred flooring choice when water resistance is necessary. You can achieve the natural wood look without having to worry about warping or water damage.

Durable & Versatile

Tile is also quite durable! Your new tile floors will have the look of wood, but you won’t have to worry about wood scratches or damage. Also unlike solid hardwood, you can even install radiant heat under your tile floors for extra warmth and comfort!

Get Started in North Jersey Today!

If you love the look of hardwoods and the durability of tile, wood-look tile flooring is perfect for your home. Explore all of your flooring options with our experts at Floor Coverings International North Jersey, and schedule a free, in-home consultation! Call us today! We proudly serve Mahwah, Paramus, Wayne, and North Jersey and surrounding areas.

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