Buckhannon Brothers Tile

The Process


Choosing the right tile or stone for a particular room in your home may seem like a daunting decision. It's a process that combines your personal taste with careful thinking about practicality. After all, it's a surface you, your family and friends will walk, stand and sit on, your kids will spill, play and grow up on. But asking yourself a few key questions at the beginning of the process should help reduce your worry, ease your choice and increase your long-term satisfaction with your new floor. ​


Questions on the Floor
What's the size of the family that will regularly use the room, and how much traffic will the floor receive? Children definitely make a difference. Any pets? Will the floor be exposed to moisture regularly? How often is the floor likely to need cleaning? How long do you hope and expect your new floor to last? 

Kitchen Flooring and Back Splashes
For kitchen, durability and ease of cleaning are good things to consider.  It should be something you love because you will see it every day.  If your space is an open floor plan then making sure that it blends with the entire space is recommended.

Bathrooms
Even more so than kitchens, bathrooms obviously see a lot of moisture.  Making sure that the proper waterproofing and installation takes place is very important.  Please visit http://www.tcnatile.com/ to be informed of the lasted guidelines in tile. 

When starting the design process we suggest to bring as many things that you have selected, such as counter tops, paint colors, fabrics, furniture, lighting and or plumbing.  Your tile design can play off one or all of the things in the room.  If you have photos of what you like for material we encourage you to bring them as well.  We can duplicate a look or use those thought to create your own personal look.


Outdoor Spaces

Sometime people forget about this area.  We offer many options and are happy to help you explore each of them with the pros and cons of them.  Everything from natural stone pavers, glass tile, and porcelain tile can all be used outside and some can offer a lower maintenance than other products.