Torlys launches porcelain alternative, RigidTile Firm Premier

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Torlys’ RigidTile in Modena.

Toronto, Ontario—Torlys has launched RigidTile Firm Premier, a collection of SPC tile patterns in matte finishes with realistic painted grout lines.

Designed as a perfect alternative to porcelain or stone tile, the latest addition to Torlys Rigid SPC program boasts five SKUs in patterns of marble, concrete and stone.

Crafted with character, colors Modena and Amherst have crosscut “scratched concrete” linear patterns to create an industrial look. With transition-free installations in spaces up to 70 x 70 feet, RigidTile Firm Premier requires minimal subfloor preparation and can be installed directly over most ceramic tiles.

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