American Olean launches new quarry tile collection

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Dallas, Texas—American Olean’s fall launch includes its new QueStep and Paver quarry tile collection. Hard-wearing and dense with high impact-resistance, these tiles are durable enough for interior and exterior residential use and are suitable for all commercial applications.

These versatile quarry tiles absorb oil, grease and other liquids to keep floors slip resistant without contaminating the surface. In addition, the raised linear surface tread pattern offered in this collection prevents grease and water from building up underfoot.

Slip resistant, waterproof, stainproof, dentproof, scratch-resistant and fire-resistant, the QueStep and Paver collection can withstand outdoor elements as well as extreme amounts of weight such as kitchen equipment and auto displays.  This product is easy to clean and will not damage from commercial cleaning services.

Available in gray and an on-trend, muted red, the smooth and textured 6 x 6 tiles in the new collection can be paired with coordinating trim for a finished look. Made in the USA, these types of floor tiles may also be used on walls, countertops, shower floors and exterior floors.

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