Congoleum adds Scotchgard Protector to DuraCeramic

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Mercerville, N.J.—Congoleum’s residential tile line, DuraCeramic, now features Scotchgard Protector and silver antibacterial protection.

“We are very excited to work with 3M to incorporate their Scotchgard Protector in all of our Dura products—DuraCeramic, DuraCeramic Options and Duraplank,” said Dennis Jarosz, vice president of sales and marketing, Congoleum. “With the incorporation of Scotchgard Protector, DuraCeramic has a significant performance advantage over the competition. Add to that the silver antibacterial protection which kills mold, mildew and germs on the floor, and DuraCeramic is far and away the best choice for consumers.”  He continued that Consumer Reports rated DuraCeramic the highest in the resilient category even before incorporating Scotchgard Protector and silver.

The manufacturer also added a new design, Terano, in four colorways, plus three additional colors in Rustic Stone, to coincide with the introduction of Scotchgard Protector and silver to the line. The new license enhances the collection’s features that include limestone composite base; installation options with or without grout, and a lifelong limited warranty.

For more information, call 609.584.3601.

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