Tile Flooring

Tile Flooring to Perfectly Accent your Home

Tile Flooring in San Jose, CA

You want flooring that offers a wealth of selection in decorating and lifestyle preferences. Shop our stunning collections of tile flooring for your home or place of business. At Murison's Flooring America, we have a showroom stocked with tile samples, including numerous brands, styles, sizes, shapes, and colors. Ask our design and sales professionals to guide you in selecting a tile floor that is appealing, practical, and perfectly matched to your space.

Let us ask you questions about your likes and dislikes in color and style, as well as the space where you will use your new tile. This allows our experts to locate tile that pleases you and complements your room decor. You are sure to find the flooring that best suits your needs in looks, performance, and price.

You can browse through our online catalog for tile samples, explore our expansive showroom, or ask for a free on-site consultation. When we come to your home or business establishment, we bring the tile to you. After you have made your choice, we offer professional tile flooring installation for the life-long protection of your investment.

With access to nationwide 500-store buying power, you'll find quality-made brands, including:

  • Emser Tile
  • Mohawk
  • Shaw Floors
  • Floorcraft
  • Spotlight Values
  • Marazzi
  • Daltile
  • American Olean
  • Happy Floors

Kitchen scene with Emser Marble Tile featuring outdoor view through window. Tile Floor Options in Porcelain, Ceramic, & Slate

There are three main types of tile floors – porcelain, ceramic, and stone. Which type you choose for your home or business depends on your decorating preferences and lifestyle requirements. For a contemporary approach, consider wood-look tile as a hardwood alternative.

Porcelain and ceramic share many similarities. These types of tile flooring are fired in kilns for beauty and strength. Both provide resistance to fire, moisture, and frost. Both boost your property value and offer long-lasting beauty.


Porcelain carries a modern appeal that makes it popular in homes with contemporary décor. However, do not limit porcelain to a single aesthetic for its streamlined beauty complements any decorating style. Porcelain is denser and heavier than ceramic, using the same kiln-fired clay process. With a longer heating time in the oven, porcelain's final result is a sturdy product for both indoor and outdoor use.


Ceramic tile is valued for its classic elegance. This flooring option has the ability to add an upscale, high-end touch to any kitchen, bathroom, backsplash, or floor. Ceramic tile flooring is softer than porcelain and easier to cut, resulting in a lower market price than most porcelain counterparts. With a range of custom glazes, patterns, hues, and finishes, ceramic and porcelain can be custom designed and fit your preference.


For an earthy, rugged appearance, consider stone tile. A popular choice for indoor and outdoor use, travertine and slate stone tile are exceptional choices for a patio, pool, or outdoor walkway. For interior stone tiling, turn to materials such as quartz, granite, or marble for glimmering floors, backsplashes, and countertops. These stunning natural stones come in the rich colors of the earth, offering fascinating variations in pattern that are unique to each slab. Heavy and dense, stone is an elegant choice for a number of rooms and areas in the home.

Wood-Look Tile

Wood-look tile, which can be made from ceramic or porcelain tile, is becoming increasingly popular as a contemporary trend. Customers can now enjoy any botanical wood-species pattern on a tile floor that is stable and moisture-resistant. When you invest in these attractive tile options, you won't have to worry about warping, staining, or damage that can occur with hardwood. Wood-look tile comes in a variety of colors and patterns, from birch to oak and mahogany. It's a terrific hardwood option for bathrooms, kitchens, basements, and any other area in the house.

Studio apartment room scene with Floorcraft Performance Wood-Look Tile

Caring for Your New Tile Floor

Each of our tile selections is strong and easy to clean, whether you choose a rustic wood theme or a shimmering ceramic showstopper. Tile that has been properly sealed can withstand moisture, spills, and stains, making it a great option for families with small children. Heavy-duty cleaning is a thing of the past; most accumulated dirt and grime may be removed with a little soap and warm water.

You can keep your new floor clean with a simple sweep of the broom or vacuum. Check your warranty before selecting a cleaning solution that may include harsh chemicals. Glazed tile can be cleaned using a strong solution all-purpose cleaner for a deeper clean. Scouring powder, water, and paste can be used on unglazed tiles.

Professional Tile Installation for Precision Craftsmanship

For the sake of your tile's longevity and performance, a professional flooring installation is always recommended. This is because of the precision and proper placement that are essential with a new tile floor. Rely with confidence on our in-store installation specialists to lay your tile flooring. Our team has been installing tile for years and has the experience, tools, and machinery to perform with perfection.

Make installation easy by asking our specialists to come to your home or business at a time that works for you. We arrive promptly to prepare the subfloor so it is clean and level. Next, we trowel on mortar and carefully place the tiles. Finally, our team will apply grout between each tile so they do not rub together and chip. Our professionals ensure that each tile is secure and level for the beauty of appearance and protection from damage. With professional installation, your tile floors look lovely and last for years. Your purchase will be backed by the best warranties our industry has to offer, including the Ultimate Confidence Guarantee.

Contact us today to get started with a new tile remodel for your home or business. We proudly serve clients throughout San Jose, Campbell, Cupertino, Los Altos, Milpitas, California, and the Santa Clara, area.


5406 Thornwood Drive,  San Jose, CA 95123