Kitchen floors

Are you thinking to renovate your kitchen floor? When choosing a floor you should take into account the aesthetic and decorative appearance, as well as a floor that suits the use your needs. Nowadays the kitchen is the most populated and frequented area at home, where we spend most of our time.  In addition it is a functional and practical area; where it should also be warm and friendly.

There are many types of kitchens floors, some more durable or more fragile than others, some cheaper or more expensive with a simpler or more complicated maintenance.

Here are some examples that may help you in your selection;

Ceramic tiles have traditionally been the most used in the kitchen floors, with a low rate of water absorption, capacity and hardness. They are well known for their durability and resistance to cold, heat, moisture and chemicals, they also have great sanitary and anti-allergic properties.

The maintenance like porcelain, is easy and accommodating, with many specialized products available for the maintenance of this type of tile.

Another positive point that has made them extremely popular has been the competitive price and the huge variety of styles and finishes available.

Kitchen floors tiles

Porcelain kitchen floors tiles are another choice in kitchens for their qualities, which are low porosity and low water absorption, they are difficult to scratch with a high resistance to moisture, temperature changes and wear and tear over time ensuring continued durability.

Also, the decorative possibilities are many as there is a wide range of finishes for this material. You can find porcelain tiles that look like wood, marble, stone, cement or even concrete.

All of these attributes helps to make it one of the most common materials for quality, technical and aesthetics. Again the daily maintenance of porcelain floors is easy and simple and it can be cleaned with any product.

Natural stone flooring such as travertine, marble, slate or granite are a luxury product. The price can be very high although it is true that the beauty of the result is virtually unsurpassable and unique, as each block is different with delicate and natural variations in tone.

Tip! If you have under floor heating is very good option, because the stone is a material that works great as a heat conductor.

Silestone floors for kitchens is another alternative which you can use for kitchen floors. The high durability and resistance to impact is a massive plus especially as the kitchen is one of the most used rooms in the home. It also has high resistance to stains, and scratches with a low fluid absorption. It also has anti bacterial properties.

It is very versatile as it appears in a variety of colours and different textures and formats.