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Henninger's is proud to offer flooring services to churches. Our team has the resources to supply new flooring samples, design sacred spaces with new flooring, and execute professional installations. Let Henninger's bring new life to your sanctuary, gathering space, or entire church. Designs and estimates are free, so don't hesitate to contact us. Please email or call us at (800) 362-0217 with any questions.


Porcelain Tile Samples

Below are samples of some of our most popular Porcelain Tiles. Click any of the images to bring up a larger image.

Mediterranea Bellagio - Gold

Mediterranea Bellagio - Gold 13x13

Monocibec ethos - Huron - 10x10

Monocibec Ethos - Huron - 10x10

Florim USA - Stone Fire 12x12

Florim USA - Stone Fire 12x12

Panaria Vitalyty - Wind Porcelain Tile

Panaria Vitalyty - Wind - 9x18

Porcelain Tile - Theory Brown

Theory - Brown - 6x12

Florim USA - WSlate - Light - 12x12

Florim USA - WSlate - Light - 12x12

Century Darwin - Floreana - 10x10

Century Darwin - Floreana - 10x10

Edimax - Ceramiche - Materia Forte - Bronze - 12x12

Edimax - Ceramiche - Materia Forte - Bronze - 12x12

Element - Grey - 6x12

Element - Grey - 6x12

Florim USA - Stone Fire - Grey 12x12

Florim USA - Stone Fire - Grey 12x12

Absolute Zero - Dark Brown - 6x12


Absolute Zero - Dark Brown - 6x12

 


 

Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist - Cleveland, Ohio

Henninger's is very proud of our recent renovation of the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Cleveland, Ohio. Our crew began work on the day after Christmas and finished before Holy Week. An incredible amount of work was done during that span, working nights and weekends to accomodate the Cathedral's busy mass schedule.


St. Anthony of Padua Church - Parma, Ohio

Henninger's replaced the brick color, square tile in the sanctuary with this beautiful cream color porcelain tile. A movable visqueen booth was used during the tear up to reduce dust. The finished floor gave the sanctuary a richer and cleaner look.


Before and after:

Porcelain Tile at St. Anthony of Padua

Work in progress and finished photos:Church Flooring from Henningers