The good news is that ceramic tile
comes in a virtually limitless number of colors and patterns, as well as various shapes and sizes. Even the formerly all-white subway ceramics that were only available in 3X6 rectangles now come in colors and different sizes and shapes.
In Colorado, the family-owned Schmidt Custom Floors has been in business since 1998, but that's only part of the story. The entire company is now in its third generation, and the first Schmidt Custom Floors began, and is still in operation, in 1968 in Wisconsin.
We are grounded in high standards of ethics, quality, and craftsmanship and carry a well-stocked inventory of flooring. We also provide services such as installation and dust-free sanding.
Tile is often chosen for the bathroom, but it’s appropriate for any room in the house, from the hallway to the living room. It's important to know the different types so you can choose wisely. As always, if you are using ceramic for floors, be sure the box is marked clearly that it's a floor tile and not one for walls.Visit our showroom
in Loveland, CO and ask about our estimate. We also service Fort Collins, Windsor, Boulder, Estes Park.
It depends on how you plan to use it. Some people do prefer a non-glazed ceramic because they feel the natural beauty of the tile shows through. Unglazed tiles, like the Mexican terracotta, usually have earthier colors and are somewhat thicker, denser and more slip-resistant. They are more porous, so they'll absorb stains and liquids more easily.