The newest products in the stone and tile industry can be found at Arizona Tile. From the latest innovations using digital printing, to recycled products, to glass murals as pieces of art, to Curava Recycled Glass countertops from Italy.
Curava recycled glass countertops are an eco‐friendly option with 60% recycled glass; these products save bottles, windshields and windows from landfills. Given its environmentally‐friendly attributes, it can contribute LEED points to a project. Once the glass is collected, it is ground into small chips and combined with quartz and resin, as well as shells in two of the colors, to form beautiful slabs that are stain and heat‐resistant. Curava recycled glass requires very little maintenance, is non‐porous and is offered in five colors. This product is the only recycled glass slab on the market available in 2cm (3/4”), as well as the typical 3cm (1‐1/4”) thickness.
To see the five amazing colors available in recycled glass at Arizona Tile, just navigate the new Arizona Tile app now available for free through the App Store and Google Play.
With this app, you will find:
∙ All Arizona Tile Products, and you can create a list of your Favorites!
∙ Product Finder, another way to easily find what you are looking for
∙ All Arizona Tile Locations
∙ Gallery of 100’s of photos for design inspiration
∙ Links to your favorite Arizona Tile tools: Just Imagine Visualizer, Social Media sites & more!
This app was designed to offer a simple, fast and intuitive way to browse the various tile and countertop slab products available, including Curava Recycled Glass, at Arizona Tile’s 25 locations.
About Arizona Tile
Founded in 1977 in San Diego, California, Arizona Tile has grown into a nationally recognized commercial and residential distributor with more than 25 showrooms throughout seven Western states. Arizona Tile is one of the largest independently‐owned importers of stone in the United States, offering more than 230 varieties of granite, travertine, onyx, slate, marble, limestone and quartz, plus medallions, porcelain tile and other design creations. Founded by John Huarte, former NFL player and Heisman Trophy winner, the company is still family‐owned after more than 35 years.