Qualified Remodeler Magazine

OCT 2018

Qualified Remodeler helps independent remodeling firms to survive, become more professional and more profitable by providing must-have business information, namely best business practices, new product information and timely design ideas.

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design that can withstand the test of time. ey endure tough use from heavy applianc- es, pets, cleats and high heels, among others. "We brought together the best attributes of several ooring products to give these luxu- ry oors the ultimate dent, scratch and stain resistance," says Jeremy Kleinberg, senior product manager. "Plus, Pryzm planks are 100 percent waterproof, so when exposed to water they won't swell, buckle or lose integrity. is durability is backed by our residential lifetime limited warranty." e locking planks feature an attached cork underlayment that enables smooth place- ment over suboors with some irregularities. Most installations require no acclimation, and Pryzm can be installed over large areas without transition strips. e same holds true for Rigid Core Vantage, whose larger format planks create a bold look in any space and lock together sturdily in a snap. Like stone, ceramic and porcelain, Alterna Engineered Tile boasts beauty and durability, but its comfortable surface makes the ooring warmer to the touch, kinder to the feet and easier to care for in any room of the house. e collection oŠers a wide array of wood visuals in a new 6- by 36-inch groutable size, and has Diamond 10 Technology to resist scratches, stains and scuŠs. "With Alterna, you can choose from a wide range of styles—including marble, travertine, slate, wood, weathered metal, concrete and linen," says Morgan Hafer, product manager. "e natural beauty of engineered tile also isn't limited to oors. Alterna can be made an above-ground focal point as a lively accent wall or stylish backsplash." "When purchasing a surfacing product, there are two key factors to consider. First, they should determine where the product will be installed and the volume of tra"c that it will endure," orn-Brooks says. "Second, it is important for contractors and homeowners to be aware of the basic proj- ect measurements, so they can determine what tile sizes will be appropriate within a setting." DEKTON BY COSENTINO Cosentino has added three new colors to its acclaimed Dekton Industrial Collection, de- signed by Phoenix-based architect and design- er Daniel Germani. e colors—Laos, Soke and Lunar—add a calm, careful aesthetic to the existing collection, which now comprises seven colors. e hues show an industrial look, putting rough and unexpected materials such as cement back at the forefront. Dekton by Cosentino also recently released a new collection, Dekton Stonika, with six hues that draw inspiration from the most coveted natural stone materials. New ›nd- ings in the company's manufacturing process DALTILE is year Daltile announced several ooring series designed to meet the needs of home- owners and designers. Trellis Oak, released within the fall collection launch, delivers a rustic wood-look that never goes out of style. Available in multiple plank sizes that seamlessly emulate hardwood ooring, the series serves as the ideal design solution for high-tra"c rooms and transition areas. e D_Segni collection from Marazzi, which made its debut in the spring, takes inspiration from the popular encaustic trend to provide the look of traditional cement tiles in vintage, geometrical and metro- politan patterns. e product captures the essence of handmade tiles found in Italy, and seven solid colors (and 16 decorative patterns) allows clients to mix and match for an original design. "Tile is the most durable ooring surface, as it is inherently waterproof, scratchproof and stain proof, making it easy to maintain," says Paij orn-Brooks, vice president of market- ing for the Daltile Corporation. "In addition, many tile products can be utilized in exteri- or spaces, unlike vinyl and hardwood, which creates a seamless transition from inside the home to the outdoors." Using advanced Reveal Imaging technolo- gy, Daltile can now produce collections that mimic wood and natural stone. e manu- facturer also has been able to diversify the variety of shapes, sizes and textures available as well. Composed of Colorbody porcelain, Trellis Oak oŠers more durability than classic oak ooring, and D_Segni glazed porcelain tiles enable a personal touch. DEKTON added three new colors to its award- winning Industrial Collection: Laos (top), Lunar (middle) and Soke (bottom). They bring rough, unexpected materials such as cement back to the forefront of design. ĜųÏĬåƆŅĺĜĺŧƚĜųƼϱųÚ DALTILE launched its Trellis Oak series this fall, but the D_Segni collection from Marazzi (shown above) allows homeowners to explore new patterns and add a personal touch to every project. ĜųÏĬåăŅĺĜĺŧƚĜųƼϱųÚ QualifiedRemodeler.com QR October 2018 43

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