We spend a lot of time finalizing a decision on our flooring, and with good reason. It’s not just a floor covering you're looking for, but also a décor element, and a durable part of our home that we simply cannot do without. That’s why tile, for your Port Saint Lucie, FL home, is a great material to choose. It encompasses all these things and more.


At Prianti’s Flooring, we want to make sure you are completely satisfied with your flooring. That means not only finding a product that meets all your needs, but one that looks great as well. Homeowners have many different style trends, which means your choice in flooring might vary greatly from something your neighbor might choose. The great news is, we carry selections that will meet every need. What’s more, you can find that out for yourself when you visit our showroom in Port Saint Lucie, FL.


Tile Meets Many Needs


Tile in Port Saint Lucie, FL, is something many homeowners choose. The first thing that makes it appealing is the fact that it has an excellent life span. If installed correctly and given optimum maintenance, you can expect your tile flooring to last about fifty years, with the possibility of more. It’s water resistant, easy to keep clean, and hypoallergenic as well. It’s actually one of the best floor coverings you can have installed, if you suffer from allergies.


You will have the option to choose either ceramic or porcelain tile when you pick your favorite flooring. Once you stop by our flooring store, you’ll be able to see how these two products differ, and be better able to make a decision between the two. The two products are often spoken of as if they are the same, but subtle differences will probably make one a better choice than the other. For instance, porcelain is usually clear coated, while ceramic is covered in brightly colored glazes, which can open the door for intricate design capabilities.


You’ll also want to speak with a flooring specialist who can explain why tile flooring should really be installed only by professional installers. Among other reasons, some manufacturers will not honor their warranty if a novice installer does the job, and we know you do not want to run into that problem.