Buying Guide: Tile

11 07, 2014

Daily Backsplash Terminology: Travertine

By |2014-07-18T09:56:01+00:00July 11th, 2014|Buying Guide: Tile|Comments Off on Daily Backsplash Terminology: Travertine

Travertine is a form of limestone that features small holes and fissures upon its surface. These open areas were created from a variety of phenomenon, such as gas bubbles rising through its layers as well as trapped plant vegetation that decayed over time, leaving voids in their place.

Travertine is an appropriate countertop material when selecting from the harder, denser varieties. It can be ordered factory filled for a uniform countertop surface. Travertine is mostly ideal for floor […]

21 09, 2012

Let Your Tile Come To You

By |2017-09-12T19:41:55+00:00September 21st, 2012|Buying Guide: Tile|Comments Off on Let Your Tile Come To You

Surfaces USA offers a full online catalog of over 3,000 natural stone and tile materials that are available for delivery to your home or project. What are the benefits of ordering tile online? Let’s take a look:

1)      It’s no longer necessary for you to drive to a showroom and make a day out of choosing tiles for your remodeling project. Shopping for tiles online through Surfaces USA extensive catalog gives you the convenience of shopping at home while wearing your pajamas in the mi […]

21 09, 2012

Backsplash Terminology: Movement

By |2017-09-13T04:47:46+00:00September 21st, 2012|Buying Guide: Tile|Comments Off on Backsplash Terminology: Movement

Natural stone can be an intimidating purchase when you first start shopping for new hard surface floors.
Are you the person that says: “I don’t want a floor that busy!” or ” I only want it if each piece and look the same” or “I would get tired of a tile with all of that pattern”. We’re here to help you understand how to shop for natural stone and overcome some of the common obstacles that come along with it.

One thing to keep in mind when looking for natural stone floors or tile […]

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