Daltile’s RevoTile named ‘Best Flooring Product of the Year’

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Dallas, Texas—Daltile’s new RevoTile was recently named a “Best Flooring Product Of The Year” in Architectural Record magazine’s annual award competition. Of the five flooring award winners, RevoTile was the only porcelain tile to secure the accolade.

“Daltile’s new RevoTile is a revolutionary, patented, porcelain tile floating floor system that installs two times faster than traditional tile,” said Amber Leigh Martinson, senior director of marketing for Dal-Tile Corporation.  “RevoTile installs in just three easy steps:  1) Underlayment 2) Click tiles together 3) Grout.  Innovative RevoTile is unique; there is nothing like it on the market. With RevoTile, the most beautiful, durable and waterproof floor—tile—is now just as fast and easy to install as any floating floor on the market.”

Officially launched on January 1, 2020, Daltile’s RevoTile is the latest example of the brand’s innovation & leadership, Martinson added. “RevoTile is a spectacular game changer for the tile industry, an entirely new technology and product category—destined to transform the tile industry.”

RevoTile is genuine porcelain tile offered in twenty-six marble, wood, stone and concrete looks. The curated assortment of design-driven styles is designed to reflect today’s most popular colors, textures, finishes and sizes. RevoTile also features Daltile’s state-of-the-art printing technology, Reveal Imaging.  The proprietary technology produces realistic color, detail and veining, for a look that’s virtually indistinguishable from the material being emulated, according to the company.

RevoTile is waterproof, durable, stainproof, scratch-resistant, dentproof, fire-resistant, slip-resistant and easy to clean.

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