Stratford from Empire Today: Natural Look of Travertine with the Durability of Porcelain Tile

What if we told you, you could have the durability of porcelain tile with the realistic look of travertine? Empire Today’s Stratford porcelain tile gives you the best of both words to help make designing your home easier.

Durability to Give You a Style That Will Last

Been wanting the look of travertine in your home? With Stratford, you can get the natural travertine look, but reap the major benefit of porcelain tile: scratch resistance. Stratford is a great option if you have pets or plan on installing it in a high traffic area.

Less Stress with Easy Maintenance

In addition to being scratch resistant, our Stratford porcelain tile is easier to maintain than real travertine. Naturally water-resistant, porcelain tile has less of a chance of getting water damage and staining from common spills. Travertine, on the other hand, is naturally absorbent, making it easy to stain unless it’s carefully sealed. With Stratford, no sealing or additional maintenance is required! Simply regularly clean to maintain its fresh look.

Slip Resistance Helps Create a Safer Environment

High-moisture and traffic areas such as kitchens and bathrooms are bound to have spills. Having the right flooring can help prevent nasty falls in the home. Stratford is equipped with slip-resistance, which can help create a safer environment for you and your family.

Keep Your Home in Style with the Latest Neutrals

Neutrals have been a popular flooring trend this year, especially grey and greige. Stratford porcelain tile has three neutral options that can all beautify your home and easily match your décor.

Flooring Manufactured in the USA

One of the best things about Stratford, is it’s a porcelain tile made in the USA, supporting American families and keeping jobs at home.

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