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Glass tile: Glitz & glam for your home

Need to add a little glam to your kitchen, bath, or an accent wall? Think decorative glass tile because it’s dazzling, especially with that translucent quality that can give anything a special sheen.

It comes in a large assortment of colors, patterns, and designs; even subway tiles, so well-known for their all-white oblong shapes, now comes in all kinds of colored glass, sizes, or shapes beyond the traditional white oblong.

The tile comes in gloss or matte finishes, and you can buy them separately or as a mesh sheet of mosaic tiles. It’s not unusual to find them on bathroom floors, or around tub and shower surrounds to design that serene, spa-like atmosphere, or even outside around pool floors and surrounds.

Budget Floors has been in the flooring industry for 17 years, and we have three flooring crews that work all year round, exclusively for us. For you, that means, besides our extensive inventory of ceramic & porcelain, hardwood, glass tile, luxury vinyl, and waterproof WPC flooring, we can provide you with professional services that include both residential and commercial installation. It also means timely completion of services.

Our showroom is in Amarillo, TX and we service Amarillo, Dumas, Canyon, Dalhart, and Borger

Isn’t all tile the same?

Not at all! For one, this is an eco-friendly product, taking less energy to produce.

When it’s recycled, it’s taken from landfills and melted down. Then it’s molded into shapes and hand-trimmed.

If it’s not reused, it will be eventually.

This gives you the best of both worlds; you can have the brilliance of a unique product while, at the same time, keeping our landfills free of glass.
Glass tile accents in Dalhart, TX from Budget Floors

Other benefits

●Easy to clean; dirt and splashes wipe off easily with soap and water.

●Durability: Glass tileis durable, stain-resistant, and waterproof. Because it is so thin, it can be prone to scratches over time so, as a flooring, itis best installed in low-traffic areas or places where people don’t wear shoes, like the bath.

●Makes a good jewel-tone accent. If budget is a concern, you can create some terrific designs by combining the glasswith other, more traditional, tile to highlight or create bands or borders.

●Less porosity, more stain-resistant. it discourages the growth of mold and mildew and are not only for floors but for countertops and other food preparation areas.

Installation must be done by a professional because adhesives can be visible through the glass, and layout can be difficult. Don’t skimp, or mistakes can ruin an otherwise sensational installation