Crossville’s Laminam wins Best of Show

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Las Vegas—Laminam by Crossville’s Satori collection has been named Best of Show for Hard Surface Flooring in the 20th Annual IIDA/HD Products Competition. The announcement of the win was made at HD Expo here last week. Crossville exhibited at the show.

Products winning Best of Show honors are selected based on a range of criteria such as aesthetic appeal, innovation, value and sustainable attributes. Satori’s porcelain tile panels come in three colors that offer luxe, varied looks suitable for commercial or residential installations. The line is offered in 1 x 3 M and 1 x 1 M size formats in 5.6mm thickness. This thickness makes the product suitable for flooring installation but it may also be used on walls.

For additional information on Crossville’s Laminam products, visit crossvilleinc.com/solutions/laminam/.

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