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Montagna Saddle 6 in. x 24 in. Glazed Porcelain Floor and Wall Tile (14.53 sq. ft. / case)

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  • Hardwood appearance with porcelain durability
  • Popular and easy-to-install plank size
  • Perfect for kitchens, bathrooms and basements

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Long gone are the days of waxing, staining and sanding. Combining elegance with strength, the Montagna Glazed Porcelain Floor and Wall Tile from MARAZZI consists of a hand-scraped wood plank on a porcelain body. The porcelain body allows you to enjoy the look of wood with the durability of porcelain. Unlike conventional wood planks, these porcelain planks are not affected by seasonal changes that cause the joints to expand and contract, so you can count on a rugged, long-lasting yet stylish upgrade to any room of your home.

  • 14.53 square feet; 15 pieces per case. Case weight is 57.97 lbs.
  • Grade 1, first-quality porcelain tile for floor, wall and countertop use
  • 6 in. width x 24 in. length x 9 mm thick
  • Glazed, textured matte finish with a medium sheen and slight variation in tone
  • P.E.I. rating IV has high resistance to abrasion and is suitable for heavy-duty residential and commercial floor installations such as entrances, commercial kitchens, hotels, and exhibition and sales rooms with some dirt conditions
  • Impervious tile has water absorption of less than 0.5% for indoor floor and wall use or outdoor wall use
  • C.O.F. greater than 0.50 is recommended for standard residential applications and is marginally skid resistant. Indoor use or outdoor wall use
  • Frost resistant for outdoor wall applications only; use a latex-modified thinset for acceptable bond strength
  • Residential and commercial use
  • Learn how to get a Lifetime Warranty by using Custom Building Products from The Home Depot. Visit www.homedepot.com/CBP
  • Don't forget your coordinating trim pieces, grout, backerboard, thinset and installation tools
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • It is recommended you purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for design cuts and patterns
  • Check out our helpful guide on how to select tile

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What size trowel should be used to lay this tile? Also, what size grout lines would make this look best to mimic wood flooring?

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I can answer your second question. 1/16" looks best because the line is so minimal that it reflects continuous wood. However, know that some of your grout lines will look larger than 1/16 because of the 'domed' edges of the tile. For that reason alone, I wouldn't go any larger than 1/16".
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April 24, 2014
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1/4 inch trowel, 1/16 grout would look best, but it is not recommended by the manufacturer. I used 1/8 inch.
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I used a 3/16 square notched trowel to lay this tile; allowing for slightly thicker thin-set mortar to compensate for some variances in the existing concrete floor base.
To get the best "wood" floor look, I used a 1/8" space for grout lines and staggered the tiles by 1/3 of their length.
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March 12, 2014
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We do not have installation information in this department, however I recommend contacting an installer for further instructions or recommendations.
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what adhesive and how many (gals)should I use for a floor installation approx. 90 sq. feet indoors

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can't find an answer ...........thankyou
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Recommend a thin-set mortar.
Coverage will depend on thickness (how flat the original floor is & if any filing is needed due to floor irregularities), but typically a 40 pound bag will cover approximately 70 square feet; so I would suggest purchasing two bags for a 90 square foot installation.
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February 26, 2014
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You will need to contact an installer for recommendations for adhesives.
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I always use acrylic modified thinset mortar with a 1/4 inch square notch trowel with tiles this size. You will probably need a bag and a half of it mixed per instructions on bag. Avoid using rapid set mortars and I would never use any of the premixed stuff on a floor. It takes to long to dry and is only asking for future issues.
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What type of adhesive you use and and how much depends on what type of flooring you are laying. If you are installing ceramic tile you will want to use thinset which is a cement based product. There are a variety of different thinsets: polymer based and regular thinset. Coverage will different depending on what you choose. I like regular thinset and a single bag from Home Depot should easily cover 90 Read More
What type of adhesive you use and and how much depends on what type of flooring you are laying. If you are installing ceramic tile you will want to use thinset which is a cement based product. There are a variety of different thinsets: polymer based and regular thinset. Coverage will different depending on what you choose. I like regular thinset and a single bag from Home Depot should easily cover 90 sft. Make sure you check the bag, it should have a coverage table for the size of trowel you are using. Remember that a Home Depot associate will be happy to help you as well. Good luck with your project! Read Less
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Can it be laid in herringbone pattern?

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Yes. That's the beauty of tile...you can lay it in any pattern you wish (well, for the most part). The size of this tile makes it perfect for a herringbone design. It even has it pictured on the box to lay in herringbone, brick and random patterns. If you do a google search under 'montagna saddle herringbone', you'll see lots of photos.
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Yes, but I don't recommend it.
Attached is a sketch of this option along with a conventional (1/3 linear shift) option that I investigated for my last project.
Also included a photo of a section which I laid (complete with 1/8" grout line).
I'd recommend that you physically lay out an area (10' by 10' or so); then look at the appearance to see if you really like the affect.
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Yes, but I don't recommend it.
Attached is a sketch of this option along with a conventional (1/3 linear shift) option that I investigated for my last project.
Also included a photo of a section which I laid (complete with 1/8" grout line).
I'd recommend that you physically lay out an area (10' by 10' or so); then look at the appearance to see if you really like the affect.
I tried it, but neither my wife nor I liked it, once we actually viewed it.
It also does add considerable complication (and likely 2% to 5% additional scrap) when cutting it to fit along the edges.
Also, watch for chips in the surface of this tile when laying it; it does chip easily and I found that several tiles were damaged when I opened them (as received). Read Less
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We recommend that you contact an installer in regards to you inquiry as we are not authorized to provide installation recommendations, our apologies.
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Is this tile outdoor frost resistant laid over a concrete floor?

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August 4, 2016
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Acceptable applications for this tile are as a: Accent Wall,Bath Wall,Bath floor,Bedroom Floor,Countertop,Entry Way,Exterior Wall,Fireplace Facade,Hallway Floor,Kitchen Floor,Living Room Floor,Shower Wall,Shower floor. It is frost resistant; however, we can not recommend for an outdoor walkway/path.
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This product is for indoor floor and wall use or outdoor wall use.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 101 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gorgeous plank tile flooring We replaced our cheap builders grade flooring with this beautiful wood look tile. We initially had opted to go with laminate flooring until we saw this on display at our local home depot. Honestly, you cannot tell it's not wood. Apart from the consistent plank length, it has a handscraped finish and a lot of color variation. It was a dousey to install but in the end, totally worth it. My contractor said the tile quality was outstanding. We used a random pattern, 1/8'' spacers and used the sable brown colored grout. It has a very matte finish (which I adore) and hides footprints and dirt like a champ. August 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by love it in my bathroom plan to do my kitchen like this I really love my wood looking tile floor. our bathroom is right off the living room, so we had to remove the white tile that was there. it wasnt working and now the wood floor in the living room and bathroom floor look seamless if the door is left open. i really love how it looks. we also used sable grout ... i wish my husband would of used the tiniest spacers that i purchased instead of the bigger ones... i think he did it to make it easy on himself. but ya.. it looks amazing clean fresh simple modern... which is what we wanted. great product. when we have more money we plan to remove the fake wood flooring in the kitchen and add this tile instead. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great look I did my kitchen / dinning area, about 400sp feet. Looks great. I didn't want to make the tiles exactly uniform, I wanted the tiles to have a little variance and look like a wood floor not a tile floor. Has a great look and feel. August 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Overall nice, but watch out for some tiles with defects Overall the planks were defect free but there were a few that had some bubbling or finish damage on the top. The top tile in every box had glue on it from when the box was sealed -- I made a pile of those and returned them and used other tiles in their place. I used the tiles in a guest room and the tiles went down nicely. I used a Mapei Ultracolor Plus chocolate grout that looks nice with the tiles and is supposed to offer stain resistance without sealing. Finished floor looks really nice. July 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best purchase EVER! We were painting at one point and some paint got on the tile. We were able to wipe it up easily. Even after it dried, it just took a little bit of scrubbing. SO easy to clean and maintain! June 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by get this tile!! Absolutely love this tile. was $500 cheaper than 3/4 oak hardwood. be prepared to put in some labor. took me 3 four hour evenings after work to lay 200sq ft. we went with tec power grout 550 in espresso. looks amazing. be forewarned, either use a 1/2x1/2x1/2 trowel or backbutter if using 1/4x3/8x1/4. also stick with a premium quality mortar. i used cbp large tile mortar. expect to get about 50 tiles per bag. overall a great product. after the first week already have people asking what kind of hardwood it is. May 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks outstanding! The tiles look like real wood. We have had friends and family over and they have stood on it for several minutes and couldn't believe it wasn't wood. The "hand scrape" look is awesome. It is a very hard tile and sometimes challenging to cut with my non-professional tile saw. As a result it took some patients on my part but was well worth it. We used a dark brown grout we also purchased at Home Depot. We could not be happier. May 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Beautiful and durable. Cleanup was a piece of cake. September 6, 2016
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