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Porcelain tile Seattle

Explore a new generation of large-format porcelain combined with sophisticated designs. This material can enhance countertops, bathrooms, flooring, and many other interior and exterior areas. Bringing versatility to classics styles.

Porcelain Tile Flooring

Popularized in Europe, large porcelain slabs are revolutionizing the modern world. You get the marble look without the maintenance.

Porcelain combines the strength and durability of a porcelain slab, with sophisticated design and a refined palette. By utilizing innovative technology, we’re able to expand the design potential for both interior and exterior spaces.

Porcelain is a flooring solution made from very dense clay that’s fired at higher temperatures than standard ceramic tile flooring is. Porcelain tile is made from clay, and other natural materials blended together and fired in a furnace. It’s known for being highly uniform in construction and non-porous. This makes it better for spaces with fluctuating temperatures and a more reliable option for radiant heating solutions. Generally, porcelain tile comes in the same thicknesses as ceramic tile, but it’s heavier overall. It is also offered in more shapes and styles than ceramic tile is, which is why some people decide to go with the product.

Porcelain Tile Seattle

Porcelain applications

Kitchen Countertops

Kitchen Design




Benefits of Porcelain Tile

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    Scratch and abrasion resistant

    Resistant to scratching and abrasion due to the hardness of the surface. It is the most scratch resistant surface on the market. 

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    Design flexibility

    Modern porcelain tiles can convincingly mimic all sorts of traditional materials, such as marble, granite, wood, or even steel.

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    High Durability

    One of the toughest options available. Hard, dense, and solid, porcelain is resistant to most heavy impact stresses, and can even be used in commercial environments.

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    Porcelain does not burn under any normal conditions and can help to restrict the transference and movement of flames if a fire breaks out. 

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    Resistance to liquids

    The density of porcelain makes it more resistant to liquid penetration than other, more porous types of ceramic. This advantage can be increased through the application of a melted glass glaze.

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    Another advantage of porcelain flooring is natural stain resistance. Being able to repel liquid penetration means that staining agents can’t easily penetrate down through the material dimensionally. 

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    Long lifespan

    If properly installed and maintained, porcelain has the ability to last for decades of recommended use. This cuts down on the periodic cost of removal and replacement.

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    Low maintenance

    The natural stain and water resistance of porcelain also helps to make the material very easy to maintain. Spills can be spot-cleaned with a damp rag when necessary, helping to maintain any glazed surface protections.

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    These materials tend to be resistant to cracking and breakage from physical impacts. However, if damage does occur to a tile, an individual porcelain piece is not difficult to remove and replace.

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Porcelain Tile Frequently Asked Questions

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Do I need to seal porcelain or ceramic tiles?

Most porcelain tiles never need to be sealed. Although it is recommended to use a penetrating sealer on polished porcelain to fill in the micropores that are opened during the polishing process. Some unglazed porcelains are susceptible to staining.

How do you clean porcelain and ceramic tiles?

One of the best aspects of porcelain and ceramic tiles is the fact that they are so easy to clean.

Porcelains have very low porosity and are very durable; you can use any household cleaner on them. Some ceramics are more delicate: if you have a ceramic with a crackled glaze or a hand-crafted appearance, check with the manufacturer to see if there are cleaning limitations. Most ceramics, however, can be cleaned with any home cleaners.

Your main concern with porcelain or ceramic installations is the clean-ability of the grout. 

How much do porcelain or ceramic tiles cost?

Man-made tiles can cost anywhere from $1 per square foot to over $10 per square foot in materials, depending upon the tile's durability, production quality, and appearance. 

What are the benefits of porcelain tile?
  • Resists wear, porcelain tile is highly resistant to wear and tends to last better over the years than standard ceramic tile.
  • Low Maintenance.
  • They're beautiful.
  • Excellent for high traffic use.
  • Offered in a wide range of styles.
  • Highly durable.
  • More moisture resistant.
  • Simple to clean.
Which is better porcelain or ceramic tile?

Porcelain tile density and long-term Durability make it the better material. Porcelain clays are denser, and thus, less porous than ceramic clays. Due to porcelains through-body composition, it is considered more durable and better suited for heavy usage than ceramic tile.

Is porcelain floor tile slippery?

Porcelain tiles can be very slippery, especially when wet. 

Does porcelain tile increase home value?

Porcelain tiles can Increase your home's resale value. It is a solid material with many benefits that are not overlooked.

sense of elegance

Porcelain tiles adds a sense of elegance to a room that is unmatched by few other home accents. Porcelain tile is a more refined version of ceramic tile and because of that, they are denser than a standard ceramic tile.

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Porcelain Tile Size Options


Expert Service

We help you pick materials, designs, and provide complete installation 


Custom Designs

Digital design previews, and aid from our consultants. 


Professional Fabrication

Modern technology for precise fabrication.


Fast Installation

From bid signing, Minimum of one to two weeks till installation.


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