24 in. x 6 in. Classic Red Oak Porcelain Tile
24 in. x 6 in. Classic Red Oak Porcelain Tile
24 in. x 6 in. Classic Red Oak Porcelain Tile
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24 in. x 6 in. Classic Red Oak Porcelain Tile
24 in. x 6 in. Classic Red Oak Porcelain Tile
24 in. x 6 in. Classic Red Oak Porcelain Tile
24 in. x 6 in. Classic Red Oak Porcelain Tile
24 in. x 6 in. Classic Red Oak Porcelain Tile
24 in. x 6 in. Classic Red Oak Porcelain Tile
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Avella 6 in. x 24 in. Classic Red Oak Porcelain Tile

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SKU 10043958

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About Classic Red Oak Porcelain Tile

6 in. x 24 in. Classic Red Oak Porcelain Tile

10 Year Warranty

Classic Red Oak Porcelain Tilegives the look and ambiance of wood flooring with a waterproof tile. This waterproof product is great for bathrooms, laundry rooms, and kitchens, but also works in living rooms, patio areas, or walls.

Wood-look tile products are designed with a focus on performance and durability, which makes them ideal for any room and can be installed in residential or commercial projects.

Porcelain wood-look tile is versatile and can be used in wet or dry areas. Tile is also easy to clean and holds up over time better than hardwood or vinyl.

WHEN IT'S WATERPROOF, IT'S WORRY-PROOF

Highlights
- Grout and mortar installation
- High definition wood grain image on porcelain tile
- Number of patterns before repeat: 10
- 10-year Residential Warranty
- 5-year Light Residential Warranty

Installation Tip
Although a concrete subfloor is preferred for tile, a wood subfloor may work as well. The key is to have a stable and completely leveled subfloor that does not move. Shifts in the subfloor may cause tile to move and crack.

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