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As the first tile manufacturer in Tennessee (est. 1986), Crossville is the leading American manufacturer of beautiful, sustainable solutions that advance the frontiers of tile design. From introducing the nation’s first large-format porcelain tiles, to becoming the first and only net consumer of tile waste materials (meaning we recycle even more than we produce), to developing cutting-edge performance innovations that turn mere surfaces into “breathing” living environments—we are committed to pioneering products and practices that change the way the world views tile.
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EMSER is the fashion leader in ceramic tile and natural stone. We are committed to providing the service and selection today’s marketplace demands. EMSER’S products are specified and installed in malls, hotels, educational facilities and other major projects throughout the United States.
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Styles and designs for the American home, Mannington porcelain tile flooring is certified 100% porcelain tile*. It is fired at higher temperatures than regular ceramic tile, so it’s more dense, less porous, and shows better wear characteristics. 30% stronger than granite and resistant to staining, porcelain is also easy to clean, and offers superior wear resistance.
Carpet gets grimy, wood floors scratch and crack, and vinyl? Well, vinyl looks like vinyl. You have several choices when it comes to flooring, but no other flooring can match the durability, value and timeless look of ceramic tile.
Although quietly beautiful, ceramic tiles are deceptively tough. Ceramic Tile is extremely scratch resistant, temperature tolerant and stain resistant. Qualities you'll be hard-pressed to find elsewhere.
Ceramic tiles are also a cinch to clean; usually just a little light wiping or damp-mopping does the trick.
Tiling is an environmentally safe, natural choice for flooring. Ceramic tile lasts much longer than most other flooring materials, so over time there's less wasted money and materials. It's no wonder people turn to tile time and time again for their flooring needs.