Tile Flooring in Philadelphia
What better way to express your creativity on a new construction or remodeling project than with tile? With so many different textures, types, and designs to choose from, the only thing holding you back is your imagination. Whether you put them on your floors, countertops, walls, benches, or other space, you can trust that you’ve made a good choice.
When you need tile flooring in Philadelphia, we give you more options to choose from at better prices. Our company carries all types and styles, including ceramic, porcelain, glass, and more. ProSource of Philadelphia is committed to providing the best selection of tiles.
Count Your Savings with Wholesale Tile
Since our beginning, we’ve been committed to providing better quality materials at lower prices. Our buying power is big enough to support more than 130 showrooms in the United States and Canada, and we pass those savings onto our customers.
When you choose us for wholesale tile, you’re also expanding your project budget. You can use the money you save to invest in tile backsplash patterns, nicer cabinets, and other changes.
Depend on Ceramic Tile for a Great Look & a Good Price
Strong, simple, and naturally appealing are all accurate descriptions of ceramic tile. It’s easy to maintain, resistant to water and stains, and capable of enduring heavy foot traffic. All of these reasons make it a popular choice among home and business owners. We carry a diverse selection of styles and designs to help you create a space that you love to occupy. Visit our showroom to pick out a design you like. Feel free to reach out to us in advance if you’d like a free estimate on a wholesale price.
Enhance the Value of Your Property with Porcelain Tile
While all porcelain tiles can be classified as ceramic, not all ceramic tiles can be called porcelain. The key difference is that porcelain tile is denser than regular ceramic. As such, it is more durable and will last longer. Should a piece of ceramic tile chip, you should see a different color under the surface. That is not the case with porcelain - should the porcelain chip, you’d still see the same color, making the damage virtually invisible.
With advancements in technology, porcelain tile can be fashioned to imitate wood and come in bright color patterns. You’ll find a diverse selection of porcelain tile at our showroom, and wholesale options give you increased savings.
Contact us for questions about our inventory. Located in Philadelphia, we serve the surrounding areas, including Yardley, Newtown, Doylestown, Morrisville, and Langhorne.