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Wood Look Porcelain Tile Flooring

By: Jodi Marks
Montagna porcelain tile from Marazzi.

Montagna wood look porcelain tile from Marazzi.

Now you can have the rich look of wood flooring and the durability of porcelain tile with Montagna porcelain tile from Marazzi.

The 6”x 24” tile come in both gunstock and natural patterns to give the look of a hand scraped, wooden plank floor without the worry about upkeep, making it perfect for high traffic areas like entry halls and kitchens. It can even be used for countertop or outdoor applications.

Marazzi Montagna Gunstock porcelain tile is available at The Home Depot. Watch this video to find out more.

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Jodi Marks: You know, I love the look of a hardwood floor, but honestly I love the durability of a porcelain tile. And look what Marazzi has done. They have married the two surfaces by creating a porcelain tile that mimics the look of a hand-scraped hardwood floor.

And this is fantastic. This is part of their Montagna collection. And you can see they’ve got a couple of different options here. This is the Gunstock option and then of course this is the natural option.

But I love this because it comes in 6×24-inch planks. And look along the back, you’ve got your porcelain tile here, so it means it’s easy installation.

What I love best about it is the maintenance on this, because you’re not going to get the expansion and the contraction that you would get with a hardwood plank. And, also, there’s no sanding or having to refinish this. All you got to do is just take a damp mop and clean it. So it’s very durable.

So if you’re in the market for something that looks like a hardwood floor, but you want the durability and stability of a porcelain tile, look no further than this because this is great for high traffic areas. You can also put it on floors, walls, and even countertops, they say.



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  • Ted Studerus Says:
    August 22nd, 2014 at 4:53 pm

    One of the reasons we want to switch to a wood floor is to get away from grout. Can these floor wood-look floor tiles be placed up against each other in order to have only a very small amount of grout?


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