Tile flooring in St. Croix Falls, WI from Cascade Flooring

What does “through body” color mean?


Through-body tile has the color through the whole piece, rather than just sitting in the glaze. Porcelain tile flooring, ideal for bustling areas like the kitchen with heavy foot traffic, is prone to drops and possibly scratches and is known for being through-body color. Read along with today's post to learn more. 

Make a big design splash


Because the colors and textures are consistent all the way through, this option is more vibrant. Also, any imperfections like chips and scratches are well-hidden with none of those white patches!

Color-body


Through-body is slightly different than color-body. While through-body has little or no glaze, color-body is always glazed. That makes imperfections somewhat more noticeable and less expensive than through-body.

When shopping for tile in St. Croix Falls, WI, come into Cascade Flooring, where we'll help you find the right one for your project.

More about porcelain tile


Porcelain tile flooring
is through-body and available in countless colors and styles, including metals and concrete. Porcelain is also heavier, denser, and waterproof whether or not it's glazed, and this large-format tile is often the preferred choice for wood or stone looks.

High style and sophistication


Whether you choose porcelain through-body or ceramic, you'll be guaranteed high style and sophistication that adds value to your property. It is durable, waterproof, and easy to clean. In addition, since the pieces can be mixed and matched, you’re creating a unique personal design. And it’s very affordable. So, come into our tile flooring store to see for yourself.

Your number one source for tile flooring in St. Croix Falls


With over 30 years of experience and highly trained staff, Cascade Flooring is the number one source for tile flooring in the area. Come in to visit our showroom in St. Croix Falls, WI. We’d love to give you a free quote when you stop by. We service St. Croix Falls, Balsam Lake, Taylors Falls, Osceola, and Amery, WI.