Gauged Porcelain Wall Panels

Gauged Porcelain Tile Panels- Todays Trends

As the popularity of gauged porcelain tile panels (GPTP) continues to rise new designs and collections are popping everywhere to cater to this demand. This new rise in popularity has led to an increase options such as size and design. So let us take a look at what exactly are GPTPs, where they can be used and what the benefits to using them over a natural stone are.

What Are Gauged Porcelain Tile Panels?

Gauged porcelain tile panels are considered any tiles measuring at least 40″x40″ and are also referred to as large format tiles. While these tiles have been around for quite a while now their popularity has just recently begun to balloon. As demand grows so does the diversity of designs and size.

Some manufacturers have begun really pushing the limit with the size too as these panels keep getting bigger and bigger. You can easily find these panels up to 8, 10 and 12 feet in length.

As for as the design and colors you can find these porcelain panels to mimic stone, wood, wallpaper, etc. There really is no limit to what you can find. Even with all the options stone look especially white and gray tones remain by far the most popular.


Porcelain Slab
Where Can They Be Installed?

Really these tile can be installed anywhere just like any other tile, however because of their size there areas we recommend more than others for their installation.

The most common place to install these are interior floors and walls. We do not recommend installing them in small areas but in big wide open floor plans they are an excellent choice. They are also great options for walls and outside facades and can make perfect accent walls in your home.

Many people look to these tiles were the demand for high performance tiles are necessary such as wet areas like showers and steam rooms.

Gauged porcelain tiles panels and slabs also are a popular option is commercial projects as well.

Why Chose GPTPs?

Because they are made of porcelain these tile panels do over many advantages over their stone counterparts. They starters they are stain and water resistant and they are also cheaper than most natural stone options. They are also more durable and have lower porosity.

The ones that are made to mimic stone can be made to match perfectly and even made to book match when meeting adjacent pieces which is not always possible with natural stone.

The porcelain panels also require way less maintenance and because of this have a longer lifespan. Natural stone also runs into the problem of depletion whereas porcelain is man made so there is no such concern.

GPTPs are also more ecologically friendly and safer to have in our house as far as your families health is concerned. They contain no VOCs or harmful toxins and is considered one of the most hygienic materials out there.

Installation MethodLarge Format Tile Installation

New installation guidelines have had to be established to show installer how to install such large porcelain panels. Some manufacturers even over training and certifications classes to teach these methods and ensure success in their installation.

According to and article published by tile-magazine.com these are where you can find information on the current guidelines for installation methods and products:

The Advanced Certifications for Tile Installers (ACT) program was also created through the combined efforts of six leading organizations in the tile industry — the Ceramic Tile Education Foundation (CTEF), International Masonry Institute (IMI), International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (IUBAC), Tile Contractors’ Association of America (TCAA), NTCA and TCNA — to provide a level of consumer confidence for tile installation procedures that exceed ANSI standards and TCNA guidelines for floor and wall applications; ACT-certified installers represent the pinnacle of performance in the tile trade.

The ANSI A108.19 installation standard that was created in 2017 with the help of various industry organizations has also been instrumental in the advancement of GPTP. “From the design and architectural community being able to feel more comfortable that they can spec an installation standard that can guarantee them performance to the industry training that can now be conducted in a consistent way with proven repeatability, the installation standard has given stability to the category that absolutely ensures a solid future for the category for years to come,” Chitty said.

“ANSI A108.19 was critical to develop because the technology is so new that there needed to be clear and specific installation instructions coupled with the introduction of the products,” Bettiga explained. “The entire industry collaborated together to develop this important document. A standard is only effective, however, if it is followed. This is why many tile manufacturers, the NTCA and other labor associations embarked on developing a strong training program with these products. Because these materials are so unique, installation crews should first get proper training before they install them. If they don’t, they run the risk of costly installation error. It is also important to invest in the proper tools to not only install the tiles, but to move them logistically and to place them in the mortar without breaking the material. It is really difficult to successfully install these products without going through the proper training and following the ANSI A108.19 standard.”

“There are currently standards in development to improve language put into place in A108.19,” Albrecht added. “Failures are occurring constantly throughout the U.S. Manufacturers need to be held accountable for meeting the manufacturing specifications of A137.3 and not just sell to any contractor that isn’t qualified. We have come across GPTP materials advertised as meeting A137.3 that would classify as second grade. The larger the community of educated contractors and installers, the better we can work together to make sure manufacturing and distribution is held to the same standards as the installation. We bear the cross in this market and knowledge is definitely power to protect your business.”

Although Albrecht has seen several failures, Chitty said it’s been pretty smooth sailing since Crossville introduced their GPTP products about eight years ago. He also mentioned how a committee is currently in the process of developing a new ANSI standard, A108.20, which will serve as the exterior version of A108.19. “If all goes as planned, our ad-hoc group hopes to be able to present a draft to the ANSI committee by the ANSI meeting scheduled for Coverings 2020,” Chitty said.

In regard to the installation products offered for GPTP, there have been many introductions over the last several years. “Almost every installation material company has designed products specifically for large tile panels and some have designed new adhesive solutions that don’t fall inside A108.19, but offer proprietary solutions worth exploring for the many benefits of time savings, lightweight nature and increased application areas,” Chitty said. “I am confident that in the next six months we will see even more of these proprietary solutions come to market.”

“More are coming every day,” Albrecht said. “It is my belief, and many others, that premixed adhesives increase efficiency and reduce labor costs/time to the extent where all stakeholders in GPTP can be successful. There are distributors willing to give special discounted pricing for Certified Tile Installers, Advanced Certified Installers through the CTEF and NTCA Five Star Contractors. I believe this leadership and stance sends a message needed for relationships and partnerships in our industry. One more reason to earn those accreditations.”

“Tools to move and cut the material are also continuously being developed,” Bettiga added.

GPTPs Are Here To Stay

Book Matched SlabeThere is little doubt that this new technology is a game changer and that is evident by their meteoric rise in popularity. As the options become more and more diverse there is really no limit to what you can do with this material and that will eventually be at the expense of competing materials.

As an example to just how far the reach of these porcelain panels can be thicker panels are now being developed and are being used to build furniture.

While many of the porcelain and stone tiles we all love today will likely still be around decades from now gauged porcelain tile panels are without a doubt the future of the industry.

Best Way To Cut Porcelain Tile -Try these tools

Porcelain tiles are known for their durability and hardness which is what makes them such a popular choice for homeowners. It is also what makes them so difficult to cut, but do not worry we have you covered with the best tools to use to cut porcelain tiles for your project.

Just make sure you use all proper safety equipment and read the users manual to operate any power tool safely and properly.

Wet Saw

Wet Saws

Definitely the easiest tool to use to cut your tile, but can also be the most expensive to purchase. Equipped with a good diamond blade and a wet saw can cut through any tile or stone you throw at it. The most common sizes use either a 10″ or 7″ diamond blade.

Wet saws operate by keeping a constant spray of water on the diamond blade as the saw is operating. This helps reduce friction and heat, and enables you to make precise and chip free cuts. The constant water on the blade also limits the amount of dust created especially when compared to dry cutting. Just make sure to put a tarp down under your saw from water over spray.

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Wet saws are the perfect choice for large projects. A lot of the wet saws on the market today also have adjustable blade housings which allow you to make accurate angle and miter cuts as well.

While operating a wet saw it is recommended to wear earplugs and safety glasses as well.

Cutting Board

Cutting BoardDepending on how hard your tile is and how nice of a cutting board you purchase, a cutting board can save you a ton of time when making cuts. These boards operate by pushing a handle that is equipped with small cutting wheel across the tile. This scores a small straight line across the tile. The handle also has a breaking jig than when you push down on the tile after scoring it will snap the tile along the line you scored.

This tool keeps you from getting up and down and walking to the wet saw for you straight cuts. Instead, you just keep the cutting boards next to you and cut as go.

The make a variety of wheels also that are easily replaceable and are made specifically for different material types.

We really like and recommend the Rubi Tools Tile Cutters, they are easy to use, offer a variety of wheels for any material and last forever.

Angle Grinder

Usually you will want a 4″ but no bigger than a 4.5″ angle grinder equipped with a diamond blade. These take a little more practice and safety precautions than the previous two tools we mentioned, but they are a must have for your tile project.

Angle grinder

Because of the smaller blade size you can make small round radius cuts, precision cuts, and just fine tune any cuts you need to get that perfect fit. They also come in battery power or corded so you also have that options as well.

These will create a lot of dust, and I mean a lot of dust, make sure to use these outdoor or at least somewhere very well vented and wear a dust mask. These are also known for throwing small chips of tiles that seem to always target your eyes so make sure to wear a good pair of safety goggles as well.

We have tried most of the brands out there and while there are plenty of good ones we keep coming back to Makitas 4″ angle grinder.

Rail Saws

These saws are huge, and with the popularity of longer plank tile and large format tiles in general these saws have become very popular andRail Saws make life a lot easier when using these large tiles. The base of the saw is big and can easily hold large format tiles. It operates like a wet saw except the blade housing is mounted to a rail that slides back and forth allowing you to make long rip cuts on large tiles with ease.

These saws have adjustable blade heights and are also capable of making plunge cuts. While these saws are big and heavy a lot of them are quipped with retractable legs and wheels allowing for easy transportation. The blade also in able be adjusted for angle and miter cuts as well.


Now you have all the info you need in order to be best prepared for making your cuts on your next tile project. If you’re a contractor who does this for a living buying all of these is without a doubt is worth the investment. However, if you’re a DIYer then the price for these may be a little steep, so it may be better to rent the wet saw or rail saw if needed.

As with any tool you get what you pay for do your research on the different brand before making a purchase, and make sure you are not just going with the cheapest one you can find. We also cannot stress enough the importance of the diamond blade you put on your wet saw, the blade can make all the difference especially depending on the material you are cutting.

If you have any questions or comments feel free to drop them below and we will get back you as soon as possible.

Grout Sealer

Do You Have to Seal Grout? – Check out our recomendations

Putting in a new tile or stone floor is not cheap, between the purchase of the tile and labor you are likely spending a lot of money. It makes sense you would want to protect your investment as good as possible so you me be wondering do you have to seal grout?

Water Resistant


Grout is very porous so liquid spilled will be soaked up by the grout like a sponge and cause it to stain. Now there are grouts that are stain proof and stain resistant and if you want to fork out the extra money for them then by all means go for it. For the sake of this article we will be talking about regular sanded or non sanded grout.

Why Do You Need To Seal Grout?

Grout is basically made up of sand, cement and water mixed together. Once the grout dries it is very porous and will suck up and hold any fluids spilled. Along with the fluids spilled it will absorb bacteria and stains leaving your dirty and blemished.

When you seal your grout you are causing your grout to become water resistant, and instead of absorbing spills it will repel moisture.

Grout sealer will also extend the life of your grouts appearance and will also resist the growth of any mildew or mold.

When Should You Apply The Sealer?

Before you apply the sealer you need to allow the grout to fully dry and cure. This process will usually take 48-72 hours and it is crucial you do not skip this step. Inspect your grout and make sure it is dry, clean, and free of any blemishes before proceeding.

If all these criteria are met then your good to proceed.

What Sealer Do I Use?Miracle 511 Impregnator

This is where you need to be careful, remember you are only sealing the grout unless you have a stone floor. So lets just assume you have just installed a porcelain tile floor and you are only going to need to seal the grout as porcelain tile cannot be sealed.

Do not spend a ton of money on the sealer, they will likely try to sell you some fancy expensive sealer but you do not need it since you are only sealing the grout. We really like Miracle’s 511 Impregnator Sealer for grout, it is inexpensive and will deliver long-lasting performance you are sure to be happy with.

There other sealers that will work too just stay away from the expensive enhancers and things like that it, it is a waste of money for what you need it for.

Can I Apply The Sealer Myself?

It is 100% something you can do yourself with zero experience and minimal tools. As a matter of fact we usually tell our customers when they ask us to seal their floors that we will gladly do it for them but that they could save money just doing it themselves.

Tools Needed:

  • Sealer
  • Small Bucket
  • Terry Towels
  • Knee Pads
  • Gloves

You being by putting on your gloves and pouring the sealer into the small bucket. Place a terry towel into the bucket to soak up some sealer and then apply to the grout lines only, you will get some on the tile but don’t freak out. Do a section no bigger than 100ft at time and allow it to sit for 5-10 minutes. The grout will soak it up almost immediately.

After you have waited 5-10 minutes get a larger towel or some of your dry terry towels and clean all excess sealer off your tile, do not let it dry fully on the tile. If it is allowed to dry it will leave what looks like water spots or streaks on your tile.

Repeat this process until the whole floor has been done. If you want to really go overboard you can even add a second coat of the sealer but we do not feel this is necessary with grout only.

Grout ShieldThere is Another Option

Another option is a product on the market called Grout Shield that you mix into the grout instead of water. One jug of this product is good for 1 25lb bag of grout. You apply the grout the same way and then wipe clean with water. This seals your grout from top to bottom without having to come back and seal later.

Protect Your Investment

A home improvement project like new tile floors is an expensive investment to make. If you are going to spend the money to make your floors amazing then why not spend just a little more to protect it long term.

Grout is the one thing about tile that people dislike saying it gets dirty easy and is hard to clean. Adding a sealer to the grout solves that problem and keeps your grout dirt, stain, moisture, bacteria and mildew free.

So don’t cut corners here as we have show you it is possible to do it yourself fairly easily so all you really need to buy is the sealer itself and your grout will remain looking nice for years to come.

Luandry room tile floors

Laundry Room Tile Floor Ideas – Hottest Trends for 2021

The laundry room may often be the forgotten room when it comes to remodeling your house. So much attention is given to the kitchen and bathrooms that the laundry room is often left behind. Well we want to help you make your laundry room fresh and stand out from the rest with our laundry room tile floor ideas.

First…why tile for my laundry room?Pattern Tiles

Laundry rooms are obviously at risk for moisture and water spillage making tile and excellent choice for your laundry room floor. Tile floors do excellent in wet areas and if you want you can go a step further by waterproofing your sub floor with a waterproof membrane. If an accident, spillage, leak, etc do occur it does not get much easier to clean than a tile floor, to make it even easier to clean we also recommend sealing your grout in these moisture/dirt prone areas.

Another reason is all the creative options tile gives you to make your laundry room unique, and the envy of all of your guests.

Pattern Tiles

By far our favorite choice for a laundry room, pattern tiles have become the hot choice for smaller areas like a laundry room. These patterned tiles can range from simple mellow color patterns to wild and colorful. In larger areas these come become a little too much, but they are perfect in smaller rooms like a laundry room.

They also range in size while the most common size is an 8×8 they can also be found in 6×6 and 12×12.

Check out the link to one of our Instagram Reels of a laundry room we did with a pattern tile.

Laundry Room Pattern Tile

Penny Tile


Just as the name implies these tiles come on 12×12 sheets and look like a bunch of little pennies given their round shape.  These sheets are perfect for a smaller area like your laundry room as these tiny tiles in a bigger area may look a little busy.


They also come in a wide range of colors from solid colors or a mixture of colors on a sheet that make up a pattern. They also come in porcelain, stone, metal, and glass, so you have a lot of options to find the perfect penny tile for your space.

One recommendation we would like to make is buy extra grout these sheets use a lot grout and since there is a lot of grout make sure you seal it really well especially in an area like a laundry room.


Wood Look Tiles

Pretty much name the room and wood look porcelain tiles are a perfect choice. The give you the desired look of a hardwood floor with all the benefits of a porcelain tile. Also wood look tiles have come so far since they broke out onto the scene and have done such a great job of mimicking real wood.

wood look tile

They come in plank sizes from 2′ and go up to 8′, come in all kids of colors and designs rustic, beach house, modern, etc. I normally do not recommend going any smaller than a 36″ plank however, a 24″ would look great in your laundry room since it is a smaller room.


12×24 Tiles12x24 tiles

Next to wood plank tiles these are the most popular tiles being installed in peoples homes. They work great in a laundry room because like all tile these days they come in so many options, colors, and designs.

What’s also great is they can be installed in a number of different ways such as straight lay, 50% offset, 33% offset, herringbone, basket weave, etc.

Luxury Vinyl Planks (LVP)

OK not technically a tile but LVP is by far the most popular floor being installed right now and its not even close. Similar to laminate flooring this a floating floor that clicks and locks together. Unlike laminate however, these are 100% waterproof and that is their biggest selling point.

They give you the same hardwood look that the wood look tiles give, actually even more realistic, with no grout and 100% waterproof. While the price has gone on up on the purchase of these planks over the years the labor price is still significantly cheaper than say hardwood or tile.

These planks are actually a great DIY project, and is something most people can get the hang of rather quickly.

LVP Floor




So if its time to finally show your laundry room some love, and you want to put in some new floors any of these options will make a huge difference.

Laundry rooms are also a great DIY project since they are a smaller room and usually a perfect square or rectangle so do not be shy trust your self and go for it you can do it.

Feel free to also contact us with any questions or advice you may have or need.

If you do not feel like you can pull it off you can call us anytime at (951)249-0952 for a free estimate.

Granite countertops

Granite versus Quartz Countertops – All You Need to Know

So you are probably here because you have decided it is time to upgrade the kitchen and the proper countertop choice can make all the difference. Like most people you have also likely narrowed your choices down to granite and quartz. With so many options to chose from and opinions to listen to how can one even decide. No worries, here we will breakdown all the pros and cons in our granite versus quartz countertops breakdown.

Granite Countertop


Granite samplesGranite is a natural stone cut out of the sides of mountains and polished down into a beautiful showpiece for your kitchen countertop. Due to it being a natural product each slab is unique with its own unique characteristics. Granite has natural beauty and that is what attracts many to it and is why it has been a popular choice for so long.


The whole process of how granite is naturally made in the first place by going through extreme conditions combined with the minerals that make up the stone is what makes it one of the hardest surfaces you can choose to provide superior durability. This makes it an excellent choice for a kitchen countertop because it takes the beating of pots, pans, knives, heat and cold. As a matter of fact granite may be the most heat-resistant choice you are can choose for your countertops. It is recommended to seal your granite countertops soon after they have been installed as granite will absorb moisture, chemicals, dirt, etc.

Custom Made to Fit Your Needs

After granite is mined and sliced up into slabs out of the solid blocks pulled from the mountain it can be cut to size to perfectly fit your specific needs. You can find it in huge raw slabs that need fabricated to your dimensions or you are can find it already cut down and fabricated in what are called prefab slabs. Prefab slabs are basically ready to install just need to be cut to size and sink cutout and its ready to go.

Endless Color and Pattern Options

Granite can be found in pretty much any color imaginable and it all sorts of patterns. The possibility of combinations are almost endless and you are sure to find the right fit for your kitchen color and design scheme.


As we touched on earlier granite is a natural product and because of that each slab will be its own unique slab and no two slabs will be the same. Granite slabs will vary within the same color, piece and lot. The way granite is able to be finished also gives it a unique appearances whether you are want high gloss or matte finish, if you want the pits left open or filled smooth with rosin, if you are want your edges rounded, squared, chiseled, all of these make each finished slab unique.

Low Maintenance

If you took our advice and sealed your granite countertops then granite countertops are super easy to clean and maintain.

Granite maintenance

Quartz Countertops


Since quartz is man made as opposed to being naturally created like granite, you will find the slabs are more consistent from slab to slab, and are free of pits, fissures, etc.

Wide Color Range

Being man made also gives quartz an opportunity to be produced in a wide range of colors. The biggest difference here when compared to granite is that quartz slabs will be consistent from color, slab to slab and lot to lot.

Caution with HeatQuartz countertops

Quartz is nowhere near as heat-resistant as its granite counterpart. Yous should use caution with hot pans, we recommend placing something on the countertops to set hot pans on to avoid damage from the heat to your countertops.

How Are They Made

Quartz countertops are made by using crushed quartz and mixing it with resin and pigments to achieve to desired color and to bind it all together. Because of this quartz is not porous like natural stone therefore there is no need to seal your quartz countertops.


Quartz is very low maintenance since it is not porous it doesn not stain easy. Simply clean your quartz countertops with soap and water and a soft towel like microfiber.

quartz countertops


There really is so much to like about each material it is tough to say one is necessarily better than the other one, which is why the two are by far the two most popular choices for kitchen countertops. It really just comes down to what you are personally trying to achieve in your kitchen.

The good news is that there isn’t a bad or wrong choice. Both materials make excellent kitchen countertops and as long as you maintain and protect them properly either one will give your kitchen that centerpiece to make it pop and last for decades.

Prism Grout

Custom Building Products Prism Grout – Ultimate Grout Performance

Whether you are a DIYer or a licensed contractor nothing is more frustrating than having your beautiful tile job ruined by grout that develops efflorescence or does not dry in a uniform color. That why Customs Building Products Prism Grout is the go to cement based grout for your tile job.

Uniform Grout Color

What’s the point in taking the time to pick the perfect grout color, if it ends up not drying consistently to the color you chose in the end? Regardless of temperature, humidity or type of tile you can rest assured that Prism Grout will dry one solid color matching the sample that you chose. Despite any of these working conditions Prism grout will not efflorescence, mottle or shade leaving you with an beautiful looking floor.

Grout Colors

Stain Resistant

Another bonus with Prism Grout is that it is stain resistant and does not necessarily need to be sealed. Whether it really does need to be sealed or not is a topic of debate, at BRC Flooring we usually choose not to seal this grout unless specifically requested by the homeowner, in either case we have never had any issue with the performance of the grout.

Easier to Work With

Customs Prism grout comes in Customs full array of grout colors. It is packaged in a 17lb box with two individual bags inside, this 17lb box will cover approximately the same square footage as your standard 25lb bag of normal sanded grout. This is also a fast setting grout to the point that you can walk on it within hours upon grout completion. However, because of this you should be aware and use caution and not spread too much grout at a time. Depending upon your experience or speed of grouting we generally recommend spreading one of the bags in the 17lb box at a time and wash it before spreading the second bag. This grout might seem like it is not setting up super fast but once it does start to dry it goes quick and can be very difficult to work with and get off certain surfaces.

In the end you will have a grout that gives you dense full grout joints that do not shrink, powder, wear, or crack.

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Multiple Use

Prism grout can be used in both floor and wall applications up to 1/2″ grout joints. However, we recommend not using Prism grout on walls in joints over 1/8″ due to the lack of sand compared to your typical sanded grout it tends to sag and run down the joints. This grout can also be used both in interior and exterior applications without any problems. Floors, countertops, backsplashes, showers, etc there is not a job that Prism Grout will not stand up to the test.

Another big selling point of this grout is that it is also a submersible grout meaning it is the perfect choice for swimming pools, spas, hot tubs, water features and fountains.

How To Use

This product is identical to pretty much any other grout you are going to use as far application. First things first your tile installation must be firmly bonded to your substrate and allowed to cure to 24-48 hours. Next step is to pull either the spacers or knock out the leveling clips if you went that route. Now it is very crucial to clean any excess dried mortar that is sticking up too high in the grout joints and or on the surface of the tile.

You are now ready to mix your grout by adding one bag from the box to 2-2.5pt of clean water and mix with a margin trowel not a mixing drill until you achieve a smooth product free of lumps. Let the product sit for 5 minutes, this is called slaking, and than mix again with the margin trowel.

You are now ready to spread the grout with a grout float (we will give you our recommended grout floats in another article) by holding thegrouting float at a 45 degree angle and pressing down into the floor and joints and going in a back and forth motion until the joints are completely full. CAUTION…at no point after the slaking should you add any more water, if the grout is getting tough to work with remix then simply with the margin trowel.

If the grout gets to the point where you can no longer spread or loosen it up by mixing it than you have lost that batch of grout so just discard the remaining grout in the bucket.

After the grout has been allowed to firm up for about 30 min., using as little water as possible use your sponge in a circular motion over the floor smoothing out the grout in the joints. Then clean your sponge and wipe across the floor at a 45 degree angle cleaning the residue from the floor. Repeat until all the grout you spread is cleaned up. Do not stress if a haze develops, it is going to for sure, and you can address this with a final wipe of water after a few hours.

Once these steps are complete you should have yourself a beautifully grouted floor. After the grout fully cures, usually 48-72 hours, you can proceed to seal the grout if you desire.


We really cannot say enough about this grout. Everytime we have used this product it has performed as advertised and has never disappointed. If you are a DIYer this is the grout you want to use, just make sure you follow the directions and we cannot emphasize enough to not spread more than your skill level allows you to wipe in 30 min.

If you have any further questions on this product or need any advice on it’s use please let us know and comment below or email us and we would be glad to help you out.

About BRC Flooring

Welcome to our site and before we serve you we would like to tell you a little about ourselves.


Growing up I always helped my father, grandfather and uncle over the summers or in my free time installing tile and making a little extra money. I ended installing tile after high school for over 15 years before starting BRC Flooring. Along the way I have gained tons of knowledge and experience and have built rock solid relationships with builders, contractors and flooring suppliers which enable us to give you the experiences others cannot match for a price they cannot match.

We look to stand out from your typical contractor, and build a trusting relationship from day 1 until the day we are finished. We treat every project like we are in our own house and aim to exceed your expectations.


BRC Flooring also wants to help people even if they do not become our customer. We understand putting in new floors or a new shower for example is not cheap and some may look to do it themselves to cut down on cost. We are still here for you to answer any questions or advice you may have or need. BRC Flooring also aim to put out some “How To” videos in the future.


The goal of our site is to give you an experience unlike any other contractor you may have worked with in the past. We take pride in our work and will not quit until you are 100% satisfied.

If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out.

All the best,

Brandon Cashell, Owner