Personalized. Unique. Adaptable enough for almost any space, ceramic tile and natural stone such as granite, slate, and marble are among the most versatile flooring materials available. A wide range of textures, colors, and tones provide a palette for almost endless design possibilities. Our Design Associate can create the perfect look for your home using natural stone or tile flooring in Binghamton in patterns ranging from simple lines to more elaborate options customized for each room.
Why Choose Floor Coverings International?
- What makes FCI unique is that we take the floor shopping experience from the show room to our clients home or business where we can match colors and textures to existing furnishings.
- Free In-Home Consultation. We take the hassle out getting beautiful new flooring. With thousands of selections to choose from, we can help you narrow the choices considering your lifestyle, budget, personal tastes and existing décor. We simplify the selection process.
- We are a full service flooring retailer serving both residential and commercial clients. We offer professionally installed carpet, hardwood, vinyl, luxury vinyl, tile and eco-friendly options like bamboo and cork flooring.
- Our National Buying Power allows us to pass along savings with factory direct pricing from names like Shaw, Armstrong, Bruce, Mohawk, Daltile, Kraus, Beaulieu and more!
- The durability of stone and ceramic tile make them well-suited to high traffic areas
- Ceramic or glass tile is especially popular entryways, bathrooms, and kitchens
- Stone and tile flooring can usually be cleaned using only a damp mop or sponge
- Some stone flooring can be sealed for better stain resistance, depending on the specific material used
- Tile is available in a huge assortment of sizes, colors, patterns, and finishes
- Grout color can be customized to match or contrast with your choice of tile
- Accent tiles, mosaics, and pattern options are limited only by the imagination and give your home a unique look
Also consider that:
- Some tile surfaces can be slick, especially when wet, while other types of tile provide greater traction.
- Standing for long periods on a stone or tile floor can result in sore or tired feet
- Tile does not retain heat well, so floors may feel cold to bare feet in winter