Can you repair tile flooring?
Yes and no. If the crack is minor, you can fill it with epoxy.
However, if it's more significant, you'll need to replace the broken tile. Hopefully, you bought a few extra tiles when you installed the tile flooring to get a good match.
Always seek the advice of the tile professional before proceeding with a repair.
Prevention is better than cure
I know, I know. It's a cliche, but it's true.
Avoid the problem by buying the right type for your project. Each one has a different strength and absorption level that determines where it can be used.
1.Know that each tile flooring type has a different strength and absorption level that determines where and how it can be used. The right or wrong one will impact your project.
2.Know your needs by the time you get to the tile store. Where are you installing it?
For example, porcelain, which is heavier and denser, is best for kitchen floors.
3.Describe your project to the professionals so you can be guided correctly.
4.Know the categories. One to five/six system indicates a tile's strength. It's on the label and reads as C-3, the most common for indoor floors, counters, and backsplashes.
Anything below is for walls or low-traffic floors; C-4 is for heavy residential use and light commercial. Anything over is for heavy commercial use.
Keep tile looking like new
You'll hear "color-body" when shopping for tile in Boca Raton, FL.
This refers to when the porcelain's glaze color matches the bisque closely. As a result, there are no white spots when chips and scratches occur.
In our showroom, we carry glazed color-body tiles such as Chateau Reserve (wood-look) by Marazzi or Eon Carrara (marble look).
Tile flooring experts in Boca Raton, FL
The design consultants at the family-owned Exclusive flooring Collection want you to make your tile flooring unique! With over 20 years of experience, we combine technical expertise with superior customer service.
Visit our Boca Raton, FL showroom, and you'll see the difference. We work on residential and commercial projects in Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Coral Springs, Parkland, Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Wellington, and Miami, FL.