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Daltile Season Wood

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Available For Order - Ships between Sep 4 - 18
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Product Highlights
  • Rustic wood look porcelain tile.
  • Large wide plank format.
  • Install above, on, or below grade.

3" x 12"
Transitions tile flooring from the floor to the wall
$18.99 ea.
$18.99 ea.
Cove Base
Cove Base
6" x 12"
Transitions tile flooring from the floor to the wall
$22.99 ea.
$22.99 ea.
Cove Base Outcorner
Cove Base Outcorner
1" x 6"
Fills the corner where cove base come together
$19.99 ea.
$19.99 ea.
  • Rustic wood look porcelain tile.
  • Large wide plank format.
  • Install above, on, or below grade.
  • Great for residential or commercial installation.
  • High variation in shade from tile to tile.
  • Rectified edging.
  • Exterior product.
Description - If you are looking for a naturally weathered wood plank that is incredibly durable and easy to maintain, the Season Wood porcelain tile is the perfect solution for you. Offered in very large plank sizing to replicate real hardwood this collection also offers the extreme durability of a porcelain body. With a random color variation from plank to plank, this unique line adds a beautiful old world touch to any space. Season Wood is built with a Colorbody porcelain, meaning that the color of the pattern is continued through the tile, so any damage will not be as noticeable as compared to a ceramic tile.
Material – Body Match Porcelain tile with rectified edging for tighter grout joints.
Size – Available in 6" x 48" planks, 8" x 48" planks, 12" x 48" and 8" x 48" planks.
Thickness – 3/8" (9mm)
Shade Variation – Random (V4)
Minimum Grout Joint Recommendation – 1/8" (3/16" when laid in a staggered brick pattern)
Application – Floors, walls, countertops, and exterior patios.
Breaking Strength – >450 lbs.
Case Weight – Each 6x48 case weighs ~64 lbs, each 8x48 case weighs ~44 lbs, each 12x48 case weighs ~64 lbs, and each 24x48 case weighs ~85 lbs.
Origin – Made in Italy.
Recommended Uses – Season Wood planks have been successfully installed in a variety of applications, included dental offices, libraries, bedrooms, hotel lobbies, cafeterias, kitchens, basements, waiting rooms, retail shops and more.
Models: –SW01, SW02, SW03, SW04, SW05.

Available For Order - Ships between Sep 4 - 18

Porcelain tiles are easy to keep clean and maintain. Maintenance of the floor typically includes:
  • Daily or weekly vacuuming or mopping of dirt, grit, dust etc.
  • Place door mats at all entrances to prevent tracked in dirt, rocks, moisture, and other debris.
  • Glazed tiles should be cleaned routinely with an all-purpose, low VOC household or commercial cleaner.
  • The entire area should be cleaned and scrubbed with cleaner solution by using a cotton mop, cloth, sponge, or non-metallic brush.
  • Routine cleaners should never contain hazardous or polluting products including, but not limited to acids or ammonia. Acids can damage the grout and the glazed surface of the tile, while ammonia can cause discoloration of grout.
  • When complete, be sure to rinse the entire area with clean water to remove all cleaning solution residue.
  • For detailed cleaning instructions, please Click Here.
General instructions for installing floor tile:
  • Tile must be installed over structurally sound substrates. Any damaged, loose or uneven areas must be repaired, patched and leveled.
  • Start by marking the center point of the room. Place a row of loose tiles along the center lines in both directions, leaving enough space for uniform joints (use tile spacers).
  • Using the notched side of the recommended trowel, comb adhesive into standing ridges by holding trowel at a 45-degree angle. Remove excess adhesive, leaving a uniform, ridged setting bed. Never spread a larger area than can be set in 15 minutes.
  • Measure tiles to be cut carefully and mark with a pencil or felt-tip pen. Make straight or diagonal cuts with a tile cutter and curved cuts with a nipper. Be sure to mix tiles from several cartons as you set, for a blended effect.
  • Begin installation in the center of the room. Finish each grid before moving to the next. Start with the first tile in the corner of the grid and work outward. Set tiles one at a time using a slight twisting motion. Insert tile spacers as each tile is set. Fit perimeter tiles in each grid last, leaving 1/4" gap between tile and wall.
  • When grid is completely installed, tap in all tiles with a rubber mallet or hammer and wood block, to ensure a good bond and level plane. Remove excess adhesive from joints with a putty knife, and from tile with a damp sponge.
  • Do not walk on tiles until they are set (usually in 24 hours).

Tips for installing large format floor tile:

  • Large size floor tile installation requires particular attention to proper subfloor preparation, grout joint sizing, trowel selection, and mortar coverage.
  • It is absolutely critical that large tile be installed on a level substrate.
  • Installation Requirement: For proper bonding, medium bed mortar should be used in installing tiles with a dimensional length greater than 15 inches on any one side of the tile. Back buttering tiles of this nature in the installation process will also assure proper coverage for body.
For detailed installation instructions, please Click Here.
For printable warranty information, please Click Here.
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Does the tile become brittle if it is laid n a concrete/slab floor in a cold climate. What do you do to make sure that does not happen??
By choosing a Porcelain, there will be no issues of "brittle".
When it says breaking strength is 450 pounds, does this mean if I lay it properly on a flat hard surface it will break if I put something over 450 pounds resting? Example, if I put a safe on it that weighed 800 pounds will it break it?
Mark Ferrero
The break strength of a tile is the amount of weight that it can withstand unsupported before it breaks. I would suggest using possibly a small pease of plywood or metal to help distribute the weight of the safe in order to install over the tile. Installing the safe on top of the tile could cause cracks in it if there is to much weight on a single point of the tile.
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Alexis from Arizona wrote...
We installed this tile in our office building behind our reception desk on the wall.. The tile is absolutely gorgeous and a great accentuating piece of art.. Never imagined how beautiful this would look... AMAZING!!!!!!
Renee from Las Vegas, Nevada wrote...
I ordered several samples and decided on Winter Spruce throughout my home. It's been installed for almost a year and I am still very happy with my choice.
Installed in Kitchen
Anonymous from NY wrote...
Absolutely amazing and beautiful
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