Selecting the right stone tile for your interior designer needs will transform your home into a very modern looking space that will be used to entertain guests for years to come.
Rembrandt Flooring features an extensive collection of Stone and Tile flooring options that will provide a unique feel and characteristic to any space in your home.
Not all stone tiles are made the same, and that is why we are the experts when it comes to selecting the right stone tiles for your Calgary home. Whether you are looking to build a brand new space, or you are renovating an old room and want to incorporate a new look with the stone tiles, be sure to come and talk to one of our flooring experts before you make any decision.
There are multiple features and benefits that come with getting stone or tile flooring installed in your home. Some of the features include durability, stain resistance, hygienic, easy to clean, scratch and scruff resistant, resistant to fading and to burns, as well they are environmentally friendly. All of these traits should be considered when choosing your next flooring.
There is also a PEI rating that should be understood by you, the consumer, before selecting the right floor for your home. PEI is the consumer rating system for appropriate tile usage. The different classifications are as follows:
Low traffic residential areas where soft footwear is used. This tile is best for bathroom flooring.
General low to moderate residential foot traffic. This tile is best fit for living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms or recreation rooms.
Residential main traffic use as well as light commercial foot traffic areas. Best fit for kitchens, foyers, office, receptionist area or boutique.
Residential main traffic use as well as medium commercial foot traffic areas. These tiles would be best fit for restaurants, hotels, hospital lobbies or corridors.
This is the most resistant rating of all PEI ratings. These tiles would best fit in any residential area, or any heavy traffic commercial areas such as exterior walkways, food service areas, salad bars, building entrances, shopping centers or swimming pools.