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Cozy Apartment

Wood Look Tile

Wide variety of styles


A wooden bench with a metal frame sits in a hallway.

Wood Look Tile Flooring

Wood look tile can give you the best of both worlds. You get the look of a hardwood floor while having the durability of tile flooring.

Wood look tile has many benefits. Not only is it more durable than traditional hardwood flooring, it has the durability of tile flooring.

DGS Flooring can give you the look of real hardwood flooring with much more durable materials. Our showroom in Palmdale is where you are able to see all of the different styles and color patterns to choose from.

Low Maintenance

Just like tile flooring, wood look tile is extremely low maintenance. Regular sweeping and mopping is all you need to do to keep toe flooring looking like the day it was installed.

Real Look

With all of the modern production procedures, you can have the look of real wood. There are many different patterns to choose from along with even different textures.

Cost Comparison

It is hard to judge the price difference between hardwood flooring and wood look tile. Wood look tile is much more durable than hardwood which is one of the benefits over time. Also, there is no need for regular maintenance of sanding down and re-staining.


Unlike hardwood flooring, wood look tile is waterproof. This allows for installation all throughout the house. Bathrooms, kitchens, mudrooms and other damp areas have no effect on you being able to get the flooring you want to have.


With all of the different style available, you can actually mix and match for a unique look depending on the room. Like traditional tile flooring, wood look tile can be laid in different patterns and layouts.

Call or contact us and we can go over all of your options when it comes to wood look tile installation. We are able to show you our workmanship and provide you with recommendations from our clients. We work to provide you with timely service and work that fits within your budget.

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