Laticrete enters trim, molding category

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laticreteBethany, Conn.—Laticrete, a leading manufacturer of construction solutions for the building industry, is adding profiles and trim to its growing roster of tile, stone and flooring installation products, making it a total solutions provider with a complete tile installation system including trim options. The comprehensive offering will be available in summer 2023 and will feature more than 4,000 possible combinations of shapes, colors, sizes and styles, including LED profiles that allow for unique design elements and accent colors using LED lighting.

“Our customers will not just benefit from the convenience of specifying a complete system from the substrate up, they will also be covered by the same best-in-class system warranty as other Laticrete installation products,” said Ben Lampi, product manager at Laticrete. “We want Laticrete to become the ultimate partner for tile installers, distributors, architects and designers, helping them to do their jobs more easily and to better serve their customers.”

The German engineered and manufactured profiles and trim pieces for floors, walls, countertops, stairs and balconies will be available in five materials, including two stainless steel options, aluminum, brass and PVC. Profiles and trim pieces will be available to complement the most popular Laticrete grout colors, as well as the option to customize them through the brand’s AnyColor program to create one-of-a-kind looks.

“Like all Laticrete products, our profiles and trim pieces are made from only the best raw materials to meet the highest quality standards to ensure the best installation experience and appearance for years to come,” Lampi added. “Installers and their customers will appreciate the impeccable finish in every piece.”

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