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Why choose tile?

With a wide selection of colors, textures and sizes in rustic, refined and casual looks, we have always loved tile for its unlimited applications in a stylish home. Mohawk tile works for not only floors, but also backsplashes, countertops, mosaics and wall tiles.

Our customers love tile for its exquisite and sophisticated look, extreme durability, great versatility, easy maintenance and safety. Tile is ideal for kitchens and bathrooms because tile resists scratches, moisture, bacteria and odors. Thanks to a nearly unlimited array of visuals, shades and textures, ceramic tile can help you design one-of-a-kind rooms.
Here are some exciting ways you can use Mohawk tile:

  • Give a bath or backsplash a modern vibe with today’s trendy long, linear tiles.
  • For a stunning accent wall, use tile in a wood look to add texture and an enhanced warm feel.
  • To completely maximize the vibe of a room, choose a tile size that will produce the desired effect. Smaller tiles can help a room feel less constricted, while larger tiles bring order to open spaces. Likewise, patterns are best used in proportion to the space.

For even greater performance, porcelain is one of the hardest-working tile choices out there. Its dense material is highly water resistant and withstands exposure to freezing and thawing. For clean lines, form and function, take your home updates to the next level with brilliant Mohawk tile options for your floors, walls, countertops and backsplashes.

Featured tile products

Bogerra Crema Marfil
Mohawk Industries

Bogerra Nocino Travertine
Mohawk Industries

Caretto Crme
Mohawk Industries

Grand Terrace Luxury Gray Polished
Mohawk Industries


The very best in wood look flooring

Solid hardwood is easily one of the most popular floor coverings among homeowners today, which means that wood look flooring is also just as popular. The fact is, homeowners need a hefty budget allotment for solid wood, which makes floors that mimic that look an excellent second choice, as it is only a fraction of the price.

At Carpetland, we know that your floors are the centerpiece of your home, the first thing your guests notice and under constant, everyday wear and tear. That’s why we go the extra mile to make sure you have something that fits your needs perfectly. We service the areas of Stockton, Lodi, Manteca, Tracy, and Elk Grove, with showrooms located in both Stockton and Modesto, CA. We invite you to stop by either of those locations where flooring professionals will be standing by to assist you with all your needs.

Options in wood look flooring

As popular as the wood look is among homeowners these days, tile flooring is just as popular. When you can have the best of both world sin one floor covering, you have a stockpile of benefits that just keep adding up.

For instance, tile is an excellent choice for kitchens and bathrooms, as it is quite resistant to water, moisture and humidity. When you have tile flooring that also provides the amazing look of real wood, you can use it throughout your entire home. This not only creates continuity of appearance, but the same benefits, all over your house.

Better still, you can use the same look for tiles used on walls, backsplashes and accent areas for one of the most well rounded looks of all.
Custom tile showers in Modesto CA from Carpetland
Another popular flooring choice, and one that is becoming more popular all the time, is waterproof flooring.

This is another material that can take on the wood look with ease, for that overall similarity between rooms. There are so many options in waterproof flooring, in fact, that it may take some time to narrow down a choice. You can get wood look flooring, which is also waterproof, in luxury vinyl and laminate. In this case, the benefits of all these floor coverings combine to give you the best of everything all in one floor covering. These two materials are both known to mimic solid hardwood flooring from the beauty of the look itself, right down to the real feel of the grain pattern.

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