- Endless styles to coordinate with flooring, walls, backsplash, and cabinetry
- Flame-, stain-, scratch, dent-, and water- resistant
- Made of naturally occurring materials that are inhospitable to mold, mildew, and bacteria
- Easy to clean and maintain without harsh chemicals
A clean environment without sacrificing design style.
Chop, kneed, eat, primp, create, serve, and work on—24/7—countertops are the most important surfaces in any home to keep clean and be durable. And, did we say beautiful? With ceramic tile, you can have it all!
Protecting your countertop surfaces with ceramic tile offers you an endless selection of colors, shapes, styles, patterns, and sizes, including large-sized gauged porcelain tile panels/slabs that provide a seamless surface. The variety of styles available allows you to coordinate your countertops with your other surfaces (flooring, walls, backsplash), cabinetry, and appliances.
Ceramic tile countertops resist stains (think cooking splashes and make-up) and are also water, scratch, dent, and flame-resistant (think curling irons and hot pots and pans). Ceramic tile is easy to clean—often with just water—so that you are not introducing harsh chemicals into your food prep and personal care spaces. Additionally, easy-to-maintain ceramic tile eliminates upkeep rituals, such as the regular sealing required of granite and other porus surfaces.
Your hard-working countertops are exposed to daily use. Ceramic tile’s high-performance features are time-tested to provide you the lowest life-cycle cost when compared to materials such as wood and natural stone. Plus, ceramic tile is made of naturally occurring materials and is inhospitable to mold, mildew, and bacteria—essential for food and hygeine areas.
Inside or out, kitchen, bathroom, or bar countertops in ceramic tile serve up hygenic and durable surfaces.
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