How to Winterize Your Home with Tiles

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If you haven’t done it already, now is the perfect time to get your home winter ready. The snowy season is a magical time of year, however, it can also bring on a cold, wet mess. This time around, enjoy the warmth of the holidays by winterizing your home with tile. Tile is one of the best options for your floor during the winter. Strong and durable, tiles are easily able to withstand lots of wear and tear. Winter is no match for our products at Trini Tile.

Here’s to never having to leave your boots outside again. Puddles formed from melting snow are not an issue as tiles are generally slip resistant. Thanks to their durability, salt from outside will not ruin the tile, ensuring a beautiful appearance throughout the seasons. Wood flooring is more likely to lift and create more problems that require costly repairs, which is the last thing you want to worry about when it’s cold outside. Consider tiling the interior and exterior of your home for a stress-free winter.

Stay warm by cuddling up by the fireplace, but first transform your living room into a gorgeous space with Trini Tile’s elegant polished porcelain or stone imitation tile. Tiles are built to withstand extreme temperatures, so in the heat or in the cold, our selection of products will be a practical choice and make a great statement piece.

Additional Tips for Winterizing your Home:

  • Stock up on cozy blankets
  • Seal and insulate drafty windows and doors.
  • Shut off exterior water pipes
  • Reverse ceiling fans
  • Get your furnace inspected and cleaned and replace the filter

This winter save time cleaning your floors, especially during the holidays, and choose Trini Tile to install beautifully cut tiles in your home. It is important to get this done sooner than later that way you are well prepared before the harsh weather comes around.

For more information on our imported Italian tiles, visit our showroom located at 8400 Jane Street. If you would like to check our previous work, visit our website or follow us on Instagram @trinitile

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