|Coverage||24.13 Sq Ft|
|Installation Method||Glue Down|
|Material Type||Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)|
|Pieces per Box||12|
|Product Name||Copper Mountain|
|Size||12" x 24"|
|Subfloor||Concrete, Wood, Vinyl, Hardwood, Ceramic|
|Warranty||Lifetime Limited Residential|
|Wear Layer||Urethane No-Wax|
Read Color DisclaimerWe recommend ordering a sample from us or the manufacturer to ensure satisfaction. Even samples are not always an exact representation of the final product but should be very close. Colors can also vary based on when they were produced. If made at different times the shades could be slightly different. This is not an issue if the material is going in different spaces or rooms, but if being installed in one consistent area then we recommend buying enough flooring/materials to cover the entire space + 10% for waste.
Size/Thickness DifferencesIf you are considering installing this product next to, or together with an existing product it's important to understand that they may not match in size or thickness. Even if you get a sample, the samples may not be an exact representation of the locking mechanism or profile of your current materials. Please verify that the thickness and product codes match identical to the box or specifciations of your existing floor. If you order the wrong material it may be returnable in some cases, but there will be a 35% restocking fee.
Experience Warmth and Comfort
Like stone, ceramic and porcelain, Alterna Engineered Tile flooring is incredibly beautiful and durable. But its comfortable surface makes Alterna warmer to the touch, kinder to your feet, and easier to care for in any room of your home. A big downside of traditional stone, ceramic and porcelain is how cold and hard the tiles are. Alterna was designed to capture the natural beauty of these classic looks, while retaining warmth, absorbing sound and feeling more forgiving to your feet.
- Warmer to the touch than ceramic or stone
- More comfortable underfoot
- Easy-to-clean surface resists stains and soil
- Strong, yet flexible enough to cover subfloor irregularities that can crack ceramic or stone tile