If you’re looking into glass tile
for your floors, there are some important things you should know about them. For instance, they aren’t the same as the tiles used for walls and backsplashes in kitchens and bathrooms. With characteristics all their own, they can be an excellent addition to any space and your flooring specialist can help choose the perfect ones for any project. The good news is, no job is too big or small, as these tiles add great sophistication and that’s something we can never have too much of in any space.
At A&J Flooring Outlet, we’ve spent more than 30 years making sure our customer’s needs are met. With an abundance of great materials and professional services to match, we can undertake your flooring project with honor. Striving for your complete satisfaction, our family owned and operated business makes sure that you are completely satisfied after all the work is done. Our showroom is located in Turnersville, NJ and we serve the areas of Williamstown, Sicklerville, and Glassboro. We invite you to visit us as well, to give us the opportunity to serve your flooring needs as well. Come see the difference we can make in your overall flooring experience.
The massive variety to be found in glass tile makes it an exceptional product to work with, especially in areas where water, moisture, and humidity are present. These waterproof pieces can even be used inside the shower or bathtub enclosure with great results, including excellent continuity in the room’s decor scheme. It can also be matched with wall accent pieces and backsplashes to create a look that is all your own.
Glass tile is available in all matter of size and shape, as well as various colors and finish options. Textured glass is particularly gorgeous, featuring finishes like feathered, stamped, frosted, and high-gloss. These tiles can even be designed with a 3D effect, with special backing materials to create that particular look.
Keeping these floors clean is an easy task. In addition to resisting mold, mildew, and stains, they easily show any debris that accumulates, so you don’t have to wonder if it’s time to sweep. They are completely nonporous so nothing ever soaks into the material and they are highly resistant to any damage caused by chemicals.
With regard to installing this product, be sure to speak with your flooring specialist about the necessity of professional installation.