What Are Some Features of DuraCeramic Flooring?

DuraCeramic flooring features a limestone composite base, polymeric resin, silver particles and a wear protection layer. The collection offers engineered flooring with realistic designs that imitates natural stones and tiles.

DuraCeramic is a resilient limestone-based tile that offers flexibility, toughness and a warm and comfortable touch. The flooring's wear protection layer helps minimize scratches and scuffs in high-traffic areas. The Scotchgard Protector helps repel dirt and messes from the floor, making it easy to clean and remove stains. DuraCeramic helps resist breakage due to subfloor expansion, contraction and deflection. The flooring also offers less chances of damage in case of impact with heavy falling objects.

The DuraCeramic collection offers various colors and styles of flooring patterns. The flooring is available in stone, wood, ceramic and concrete styles as of 2015. DuraCeramic Roman Elegance residential and commercial flooring offers warm clay, beachcrest, stormfront and light greige color choices.

The Roman Elegance pattern gives an upscale polished-marble appearance. Owners can choose to install the flooring with or without grout. The flooring features silver particles that offer antibacterial protection against common allergens.

DuraCeramic’s Americana flooring pattern receives inspiration from America’s cultural landscape and features a patina crackle finish. The pattern is available in mystic gold, Charlestown brown and Lynchfield grey colors.