Glass tile is an amazing product that is not only used on floors, but also on countertops, in backsplashes, and also wall accents. The fact that it can be used in a variety of places means that you’ll get to create amazing continuity throughout your home in many ways. But the benefits don’t stop there. You’ll greatly appreciate all the things that glass tile can do for your home as well as its extensive lifespan. You might not think, at first glance, that this is a worthwhile material to research, but it’s a choice that is rarely regretted.
First Class Flooring works hard from our Jackson, TN showroom to serve the areas of Jackson, Bolivar, Humboldt, Henderson, and Lexington. We provide an excellent array of materials and products, with service associates who are more than happy to assist you as you choose a material. They can also answer any questions and make sure your chosen product meets your preferences as well as your requirements. Don’t waste a moment before coming in to see us, and giving us the opportunity to serve you.
For flooring, glass tile is often placed where there is the least amount of foot traffic or used as accent pieces along the sides of the walkways or the edges of a room. While it’s incredibly durable, it can become scratched with repeated agitation. These can sometimes be buffed out, but most homeowners choose to utilize it in a way that does not make this a necessity.
Glass tile absorbs absolutely no liquid of any kind so it’s completely impervious to water. This means it’s perfect for use in bathrooms, kitchens, foyers, and children’s rooms. Bathrooms and kitchens benefit greatly from this material since it doesn’t allow bacteria, mold, or mildew to grow. This means it’s easier to clean and won’t be offensive to those with allergies.
For decorative purposes, it’s hard to beat glass tile. There are extensive varieties of finish types and styles that can be used to create amazing personalized spaces. Choose from the classic glossy glass that most people enjoy, or any one of a variety of others including frosted glass, textures such as feathered, crackled, or bubbles. Some of these pieces even use a backing material to give a very nice 3D effect. And finally, you can even choose to place lights in spaces where the flooring will really be set off.