Tile Center Offering New Florida Tile products

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Tile Center is now offering the newly introduced Tides High Definition Porcelain Series by Florida Tile.

Tile Center Inc, a Columbia tile supplier for over 50 years, has begun to offer a new product line by Florida Tile. Florida Tile’s new Tides High Definition Porcelain series is now available.

The Tides series is a high-definition glazed porcelain tile for walls and floors. These tiles are an interpretation of vein cut travertine or limestone stones. Travertine remains a popular choice for bathroom and kitchen walls and floors. Limestone is also popular, but is a stone best suited for rustic styles. The Tides series offers renovators the look of Travertine or Limestone, but with a more contemporary feel, bolder colors, and the maintenance friendly feature of porcelain tile.

The series comes in 5 colors, and is available in a 12x24, and also a 12x12 mosaic. The tiles are made of 40% post-industrial recycled materials, and they are also made in the US. Florida Tile is a well-known manufacturer of porcelain and ceramic tiles with a mission to be the most recognized brand with the best products and value available on the market. They strive to produce exceptional products.

Tile Center strives to continually provide the best selection of tile products for their customers. For more information about the vast product line available at Tile Center, please visit their website. For information about Florida tile, please visit: http://www.floridatile.com.

About the company:

Tile Center, founded in 1960 offers the latest in kitchen and bathroom tile, carrying everything from traditional ceramic, porcelain, and stone tile to a variety of glass, metal, and exotic materials. Whether the project is kitchen renovation or bathroom renovation, Tile Center carries a huge variety of backsplash tile and flooring options. From conception to creation, they will transform dreams into reality. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.tilecenterinc.com.

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