Why Should You Choose American Olean Tile?
You want to install flooring or a wall tile that will not only beautify your home but add value and last throughout the years. American Olean Tile is the answer. Sometimes the initial cost will be higher than other flooring types, but will not have to be replaced when there is a professional, quality installation.
American Olean Tile’s Code of Conduct
Did you know that American Olean cares more than just about selling their product? They conduct business and manufacture in the most ethical way.
American Olean is committed to:
- A standard of excellence in every aspect of business and in every corner of the world.
- Ethical and responsible conduct in all operations.
- Respect for the rights of all individuals.
- Respect for the environment.
With so many companies just trying to grab all the profits they can without regard to responsible conduct, American Olean is a breath of fresh air.
Where to Install?
The short answer to that is anywhere you want a clean durable surface. That may be on floors or walls. Homes in coastal areas have often adopted tile for all of their floorings to mitigate damage caused by the tracking of sand.
The most popular places to install tile in a home are Foyers, Bathrooms, Kitchens, and Basements. All of these areas are prone to incur damage from water or heavy traffic.
Newest Products Available
American Olean presents three new lines.
The Presario line is a natural marble stone. It comes in 12×24″ and 3×9″ sizes to complete floors and showers in bathrooms. Complimenting the line are a diamond mosaic, hexagon mosaic, and linear mosaic to give the perfect accent to your room.
Glazed porcelain is what the Waterwood line consists. It comes in 8×40″ planks and mimics the posts along the waterways of Venice. The unique water-aged look of wood is captured in the design of the tile. This tile will give you the clean lines look or the farmhouse look but in clean durable tile. The colors are White Oak, Weathered Oak, Natural Oak or Classic Oak.
The Sunset Falls line is also a glazed tile with the natural travertine look. It comes in 12×24″ size that is popular on floors or shower walls. There are smaller square tiles and mosaic tiles in a herringbone pattern to compliment.
Whether you want to tile the most popular areas of foyers, bathrooms, kitchens, basements or tile your entire house you can count on Edwards Carpet & Flooring Centers to guide you by a consultation to choose the best for your needs. Contact us today to get started on the best investment in your home.