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Tile is by and far one of the most elegant, durable, time tested materials available. Glazed tile dates all the way back to the cradle of civilization, 13th century BC Mesopotamia! Thankfully, thousands of years of advancement have allowed near perfection in the process of manufacturing an incredible amount of shapes, sizes, designs, textures, and finishes to suit your needs.

With all these different options available, it can be difficult to navigate exactly which type of tile is right for you. Fortunately, tile of all kinds are our specialty! Come discuss your project with our knowledgeable sales staff and learn all about porcelain, ceramic, natural stone, glass, metal, and composite tile pieces, the differences between them, and the pros and cons of each. Then we can help you decide on the best material for your desired look and application.

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Generally, when people think of tile, they imagine large pieces used for flooring or custom showers. While this was the initial intention, the past few decades have seen a massive increase in decorative mosaics, vastly expanding design and decorative options, giving your home or business a personally unique touch. You can integrate glass, natural stone, and even metal looks into any backsplash, fireplace, shower, or floor to really make your project pop! Your individuality doesn’t have to stop at the material type either. New shapes and designs are constantly being introduced to the market.

We have the largest selections of decorative mosaics between Chicago and St. Louis with some pieces offered exclusively at Arizona Tile. One trip to our store will have your mind running wild with endless creative options to make your project your very own!

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Contrary to our name, we also specialize in a wide variety of other surface coverings including traditional carpet. Carpet became a mainstream product in the US in the early 1800’s and has been a staple in most homes since. Modern carpet is usually made from either nylon or polyester, each with their own advantages and drawbacks that any of our sales staff would be happy to inform you of either over the phone or in person! We also have a selection of wool woven and hybrid strand options to choose from as well.

Carpeting is perfect for bedrooms, family rooms, or any other area where comfort is an absolute must. Whether you’re looking for a certain level of softness, that just right color, or an extremely economical wall-to-wall covering, we have what you’re looking for. Creativity doesn’t have to be stifled either; we offer a great selection of patterned and uniquely designed pieces in addition to custom area rugs to place over your hard surfaces available in any of our offered products! Come in and take a look and see that we’re not just tile.

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A staple in homes since the 18th century, hardwood flooring can give all of your living spaces a warm and luxurious feel.

The manufacturing process has come a long way since it’s humble beginnings, as untreated, unfinished planks,expanding your choices to just about any species, style, finish, width and sheen you desire. From traditional oak to exotic acacia, hand- scraped to quarter sawn, wire brushed to high gloss, we carry the major manufacturers and smaller niche producers to find the just right look that suits your taste.

Speak with our sales staff to discuss the needs of your project and determine if a traditional ¾” solid hardwood and engineered hardwood flooring would be best for you, both with a range of options to get the exact feel you’re after.

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The fastest growing section of hard surface flooring, without

a doubt, has been Luxury Vinyl Tile, also referred to as LVT.

Popularity of this material has been due many of its

outstanding features such as a waterproof surface, stain

resistance, and overall durability. Not to mention the variety

of wood and tile looks, optional grout joints, and textures

and embossing that would make anyone think it was real tile

or hardwood and not a vinyl product. In addition to glue down,

LVT is also offered in a floating version using a locking mechanism

between the planks, giving your floor a feeling of strength and impenetrability. Floating floors also have a lower level of skill required when it comes to installation, making it a perfect choice for the do-it-yourself home improvers! Also along those same lines, a product ideal for those needing a more economical material, traditional laminates are the way to go. Despite being not as dimensionally sound as vinyl, these wood and resin composite laminates offer the same great looks and waterproof top layer as an LVT at a lower cost to you, the consumer with the same ease of installation and durability that stands up to high traffic areas.

Laminate is a great choice for new homeowners, those with rental properties, or contractors! And although we’ve seen a sharp decline in the demand for sheet vinyl, we still have samples available to browse for a quick and easy covering with a familiar look in addition to new and unique designs to update any utility room, laundry room, bathroom, or even kitchen! And newly introduced, we have a small selection of materials that come in 6’ widths instead of 12’ with those smaller areas in mind to give you the most bang for your buck and least amount of waste possible. Come check out all of your available flooring options and speak with any of our staff to determine proper flooring type for your needs.


Arizona Tile has a not so well known secret we want to tell you all about! Several years ago we partnered with Modern Countertops to offer the general public beautiful granite and quartz countertops. Our selection of natural granite, pulled right from the earth, rivals that of any of our competitors.

When it comes to quartz, we are verified sellers of top brands such as Cambria, Caesarstone, and Viaterra. As with all of our other installations, your new granite and quartz tops come with a satisfaction guarantee you just can’t beat! Unsure of the differences between quartz and granite? Can’t quite tell which product is right for you? Let us guide you through your options to achieve the look you desire. And while we’re at it, we can pair you with the right backsplash tile to give your kitchen project the finishing touches that brings together the overall design you absolutely love.

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Not only does Arizona Tile carry almost any sort of finished covering you can imagine for your home, we also supply all the materials needed to complete the project. Waterproofing has never been easier to apply or easier to trust with the protection of your home from preventable water damage, thanks to Schluter’s Kerdi Waterproofing System.

Even over the course of years, a slow leak on an improperly waterproofed shower can cause thousands of dollars in damage in addition to the time you’ll have without a working bathroom. The Kerdi system provides a wide array of parts and pieces to assemble your custom shower with installation instructions that are simple enough to give even the DIYer with the most basic of skill, confidence in their work.

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Why do we have tiles? ›

Tiles are also great at withstanding water and various spills. They are also fabulous for households with pets. Glazed tiles are particularly good for homes in areas with hot climates – they are naturally cooling underfoot and because of their non-porous nature, can effectively diffuse heat in a room.

What is a tile? ›

a. : a flat or curved piece of fired clay, stone, or concrete used especially for roofs, floors, or walls and often for ornamental work. b. : a hollow or a semicircular and open earthenware or concrete piece used in constructing a drain.

What are common tiles? ›

  • Concrete Look Tiles.
  • Marble Look Tiles.
  • Travertine Look Tiles.
  • Terrazzo Look Tiles.
  • Timber Look Tiles.
  • Encaustic Tiles.
  • Mosaic Tiles.
  • Subway Tiles.
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What is used with tile? ›

Grout. You will use grout to fill in the gaps in between tiles. There are two types of grout: unsanded and sanded. Unsanded grout is used to fill tiles that are placed close together.

What is the point of tiles? ›

Although the standard goal of the game is to clear all the tiles in any way you can, some players look to achieve the smallest unbroken combo (by matching multiple layers) or the largest unbroken combo (by matching single layers) in order to give themselves a bigger challenge.

Why do houses in Florida have tile? ›

For one, tile flooring is a great choice for the Florida environment that sweats through high humidity levels. Tiles are tough and water-resistant, which enables them to take on the excessive moisture in the Florida atmosphere without taking it in and harboring mold or mildew.

Which tiles are best for? ›

Affordability and durability make ceramic the ideal choice for any room in your home, including the bathroom, kitchen, and front entrance. Glazed ceramic tile offers more protection against stains or damage compared to wood, carpet, or even vinyl plank flooring.

What makes a tile? ›

Ceramic tiles are made from a mixture of clay, minerals, and water, which is then shaped, dried, and fired in a kiln at high temperatures. These tiles can be glazed or unglazed, with glazed tiles having a hard, non-porous surface that is stain-resistant and easy to clean.

What is the most popular tile type? ›

Ceramic tiles are a classic. They're made from clay that is baked at high temperatures and then a glaze is applied as a finish.

What is tile good for? ›

Hypoallergenic – Tile is inhospitable to dust mites, mold, germs, and bacteria and often used to replace carpet for people with allergies or asthma. Low maintenance – Ceramic tile is easily cleaned, often only with warm water, eliminating the need for chemicals and cleaners needed to maintain other types of floors.

Where do we use tiles? ›

Tiles are usually thin, square or rectangular coverings manufactured from hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, metal, baked clay, or even glass. They are generally fixed in place in an array to cover roofs, floors, walls, edges, or other objects such as tabletops.

How to remove tile from floor? ›

How to Pull Up Tile
  1. Break apart the first few tiles using your chisel and hammer.
  2. Remove the broken pieces and place them in a bucket. ...
  3. Inspect the underlayment of the floor to make sure there is no damage.
  4. Use a pry bar to pull up tile that isn't easily removed.
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What is the purpose of floor tiles? ›

Floor tiles are popular because they are durable, easy to clean, and can add aesthetic appeal to a room. They are commonly used in bathrooms, kitchens, entryways, and other areas that see heavy foot traffic.

What is the history behind tiles? ›

Ancient History of Ceramic Tiles

One of the earliest uses of tiles can be found in the Elamite Temple at Chogha Zanbil, which dates from the 13th century BC. Another beautiful example is the Ishtar Gate of Babylon, from about 575 BC. The Achaemenid Empire also decorated buildings with glazed tiles.

What is the significance of the tile? ›

Tiles serve more than just their function as a protective surface for areas of your home. They play an important role in the interior design of your home by creating an atmosphere which adds to the look and feel of the living space.

Are tiles necessary? ›

Tiles tend to be a standard feature in bathrooms, but they are not absolutely essential. If you want to design tile-free walls or flooring in your bathroom, there are lots of alternatives: natural materials such as wood and cork, modern wall coverings made from plastic and, of course, plasters.

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