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Moroccan Influenced Tile Specifications - Mauresque Collection Tile Specifications
The Mauresque Collection of French - and Moroccan - inspired tiles are hand poured and have a gently undulating surface. They are through body tiles made with cement/concrete, sand, color pigments and stone aggregate.
Mauresque Collection French - and Moroccan - Inspired Tile Specifications
Use: Residential and Commercial
Installation Locations: Interior and Exterior (except in areas subject to freezing) / Floors and Walls
Surface Texture: Mildly rough
Colors: Please see the Mauresque Catalog for the available colors.
Grouting: Typical grout joints are 1/8" - 1/4". Sanded grout is usually preferred. For more tile specifications about installing Mauresque Collection tiles, please read the Installing Mauresque Tiles Section.
Pallet in Lbs
|Escama||6" x 6"||9/16 in||24.0||1.6||38.5||720||1,225|
|Arabesque||6" x 6"||3/8 in||24.0||1.6||38.5||720||1,225|
A 50% non-refundable deposit is required for all non-stock and custom orders to begin production. The balance will be paid upon reception of your order. Granada Tile maintains the lawful ownership of all products until they are paid in full. Be sure to read the Terms of Sale before making your purchase.
Granada Tile will replace or refund the purchase price of any defective tile. However, Granada Tile has no control over and is not responsible for the materials used to install our tile, the method used or the skill of the installer, type of maintenance, usage or amount of traffic. We do not therefore guarantee our tile against chipping, cracking, discoloring, wearing, or scratching once it has been installed. We assume no obligation beyond the purchase price of products supplied by Granada Tile and assume no liability for damages of any kind.
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