Who is Tile Distributors of America?
Who installs the tile?
What is ceramic tile?
What is porcelain tile?
Where is a good place to use tile?
Where does TDA's tile come from?
When is a good time to install tile?
Why does my tile always feel so cold?
How do I begin to select tile for my room?
Do you have a budget in mind? How much do you want to spend on your tile project? Knowing this will help us show you the proper type of tile for your project.
There really is no “right” or “wrong” decision to the tile you choose for your room – it all comes down to personal preference. Don’t be afraid to use a larger format tile for the floor; the less grout lines the better a room will look. Using a larger size floor tile will make your room appear larger. Kitchen backsplashes work well with 4×4, 6×6, 3×6 mosaics and large tiles as well. There are endless design options. It is very easy to mix-and-match various types of tiles such as ceramic with glass, natural stone with metals and different size tiles in a pattern. Shower wall tiles look great in larger format tiles (for example 13×13, 12×12, 8×10, 9×13 or 12×24) – the less grout lines in a shower, the easier to keep clean!