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|Shaw Tile Flooring|
Shaw captures the ancient art of ceramics in its versatile collection of ceramic and porcelain tile products.
|American Olean® Tile|
American Olean is capitalizing on our prominent name recognition and historically strong reputation as a quality provider of high-end ceramic tile to both commercial and residential users. The American Olean brand is distributed through approximately 100 independent distributors who service about 5,000 retail outlets. We will continue to increase our presence in the independent distibutor channel to better service our customers, particularly in floor tile products. American Olean is positioned as your preferred supplier of ceramic floor tile providing our customers with a true one-stop source.
|Crossville Porcelain Tile|
As the first tile manufacturer in Tennessee (est. 1986), Crossville is the leading American manufacturer of beautiful, sustainable solutions that advance the frontiers of tile design. From introducing the nation’s first large-format porcelain tiles, to becoming the first and only net consumer of tile waste materials (meaning we recycle even more than we produce), to developing cutting-edge performance innovations that turn mere surfaces into “breathing” living environments—we are committed to pioneering products and practices that change the way the world views tile.
Daltile has been recognized as being synonymous with quality and value for over 40 years.
Vitromex® is a mexican company that belongs to the Grupo Industrial Saltillo. Since its foundation in 1967 we manufacture ceramic coverings for floor tiles and wall tiles, as well as sanitary-ware with the highest quality standards.
Ambitious research and development projects have enabled us to release products on the market that have a high degree of added value: wall tiles, floor tiles and porcelain tiles.
|Mannington Porcelain Tile|
Styles and designs for the American home, Mannington porcelain tile flooring is certified 100% porcelain tile*. It is fired at higher temperatures than regular ceramic tile, so it’s more dense, less porous, and shows better wear characteristics. 30% stronger than granite and resistant to staining, porcelain is also easy to clean, and offers superior wear resistance.
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