The Material Ingredient Guide, the first of its kind by any building product industry, provides information about the material ingredients used industry-wide by North American tile, mortar, and grout manufacturers, provides in-depth health assessments of those materials, and is a resource for manufacturers to use when providing the content and chemical makeup of their products or “material ingredient transparency.”
Tile Heritage Foundation is an archival library dedicated to the preservation of ceramic surfaces and their history.
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green building rating systems allow builders, owners, and tenants to evaluate the overall sustainability of their projects. Points toward LEED certification can be obtained by making sustainable choices while designing, constructing, and operating a new or existing building or major renovation.
An infographic guide to how tile delivers both performance and transparency in terms of sustainability, whether your project is residential or commercial.
Green Building standards, codes and rating systems. Guide to get points, credits and compliance for ceramic tile.
Life-Cycle Costs for various floor finishes (per square foot)
Collection of the latest TCNA bulletins and articles on current industry topics.
An overview of ceramic tile’s performance and sustainability-related attributes. Packed with pointers for fulfilling Green Building criteria, including a guide to the EPD’s for ceramic tile, mortar and grout made in North America.