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From flooring to walls, nothing says going green quite like StonePeak
Nestled in the hills of Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains is a company with a uniquely American character that honors the time-proven tradition of fine Italian porcelain ceramics.
The character of this company, our company, extends to its operations as well. We know that how we do business is just as important as what we make, and we pride ourselves on our friendly, no-hassle approach to helping our customers find quality tile. In fact, every product we create, every service we provide, and even the centralized location of our facility is designed around one thing: you.
For us, it’s all about achieving the perfect balance: a harmony between a hard-working team devoted to satisfying our customers, and a company committed to making quality tile.
Not so long ago, we envisioned just such a company – one that would bring together the finest products and style to a place that’s all about people: the clients we serve, members of our team, and the families who live in our community. Out of that vision emerged a new way of doing business – a refreshing change in the ceramics industry.
Subtle organic beauty marks StonePeak’s unglazed porcelain limestone. Featuring thru-body color variations and dimensionality of real limestone, while delivering precisely squared corners and greater durability than natural stone. And, like real limestone, no two StonePeak limestone tiles are alike.
Envision watching your brand new porcelain tiles getting installed. Watching them put the finishing touch on the installation, and seeing for the first time your brand new floor in all of its glory. New, pristine, and virtually untouched. Then picture someone coming in out of the rain and tracking mud and grime all over your new floor.
If you were taking the verbal section of the SAT, one of the questions might look similar to this: A square is to a rectangle, as ___________ is to ceramic tile. The answer of course would be porcelain tile. Much like a square has stricter credentials, however still meets the qualifications of a rectangle, porcelain tile is just that. While porcelain tile fits the description of ceramic tile, it takes it a step further in differentiating itself from its close relative.
StonePeak is excited to be a part of a new case study showcasing the latest and greatest eco-friendly construction material designed for sustainability and energy efficiency. The Green Idea House is a 2,100 square foot home that is being remodeled to give it a modern look that says it is possible to be both environmentally sensitive and beautiful.