Daltile featured on FOX’s ‘Home Free’

Home Press Release Daltile featured on FOX’s ‘Home Free’

Dallas—Daltile was featured on FOX’s bold, new competition series, “Home Free,” which premiered July 22. The new series pushes DIY remodeling to its limits; nine couples vying to win their dream home are challenged to revive one run-down home every week.

Famed professional contractor Mike Holmes, star of “Holmes on Homes,” present the couples with tasks to test their skills. Daltile product will be regularly featured during the show’s inaugural season.

“We are confident that our extensive tile and stone offerings will provide the contestants with a myriad of installation options and we look forward to seeing all the creative ways the tile will be used,” said Kim Albrecht, senior brand marketing manager at Daltile.

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