Company Spotlight: United Tile

Company Spotlight: United Tile

Company Spotlight: United Tile 150 150 Johnathan

At Monet Floors, we love the companies we get to work with. Something truly special happens when each company involved in a redesign truly cares about the customer. The most important aspect of any job, to us, is client satisfaction. We will always go through the home and make sure the flooring looks good. Going above and beyond is the name of the game here, and we’d like to recognize a few of the companies that help us do it!

First up is United Tile. We enjoy carrying their products and show their tile/stone designs on our showroom floor. The really nice part about these guys is how trendy they continue to be. We never have to worry about United Tile products seeming old, clunky, or out of date.

Plank

In addition to their great lineup of tile and stone, they’ve also got some high-quality hardwood! Aptly named, “Plank” is designed to look like handcrafted wood, despite its comparatively low cost. You can order this hardwood with custom color pairings, random widths (for that more natural look), or rustic distressed. Reclaimed hardwood is very popular right now, falling in line Monet Floorswith the many eco-friendly trends popping up in recent years. It’s both good for the conscience and good for the environment to floor your house in reclaimed wood.

Speaking of eco-friendly, one of my favorite things about United Tile is their dedication to clean energy. They partner with EPA Green Power and have significantly cut their energy costs. They also heavily invest in Pacific Northwest solar and wind power! At the end of the day, this is a company that truly cares about your home and its place in the environment.

Needless to say, we’re very proud to carry and sell United Tile products. They’re a great company that we can’t recommend enough! If you’re looking for new flooring, a quote, or even just some advice, get in touch with us! Customers come first at Monet Floors, and the more the merrier.

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