Why Order Samples?

Samples are the best way to see how the new flooring will look and feel in your home.

Quick Delivery

Shipping is built right into the sample price. You’ll get your flooring samples fast with no extra fees.

Generous Sizes

We offer samples in 9” x 9” squares for carpet and generous sizes for hard surfaces. To get a real feel for the product, try ordering 4 samples and lining them up together.

Save 10%

Many of our retailers offer coupons when you order samples online.

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ABOUT TILE

Pattern & Design for Any Space

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What's Your Tile Type?

Ceramic

With a wide selection of colors, textures, and sizes in rustic, refined, and casual looks, ceramic tile is perfect for all kinds of interior applications.

Porcelain

Porcelain is one of the hardest-working tile options out there—its dense material is highly water resistant and withstands exposure to freezing and thawing.

Accents

Get inspired with fashionable patterns, mosaics, and varied textures like glass, stone, and metal. Or mix and match to create your own look.

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Installation

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Care & Maintenance

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Installation

Prepare the surface: repair, patch, and level any damaged or uneven areas. Make sure your surface is clean, smooth, and dry.


Remove any molding, trim, or appliances that may interfere with tile installation.


When applying adhesive, be sure to only mix enough to use within 30 minutes to prevent overdrying.

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Care & Maintenance

Did You Know?

A high-quality floor mat at entrances and exits can prevent corrosive debris from being tracked in. Mats over frequent standing areas (like a kitchen sink) can help reduce tile wear.