I'm seriously thinking about ordering a 14" x 25" x 3/8" porcelain tile for my kitchen counters, but I'm concerned that I don't see mention of this product anywhere online except for links to the company. I even ordered a sample (could not make it stain!). But it's about twice the price of other large-sized porcelain tiles, plus it's an unknown in my area. Anybody familiar with the "ironstone" countertops produced by a company called Get Cooking in Wichita?
Should I be concerned about not seeing online references about this company? I mean, if I search by another other tile manufacturer's name, I get hits on real estate listings, blogs, etc. But this company (to be fair, it's a local kitchen design shop that happens to make this tile themselves, not a national company)--I don't find anything except links to their website. Anybody out there in Kansas know about this product? Thanks.
Looking for a discontinued glazed porcelain tile
Discontinued ACIF 18x18 Cream Toscana Dreamin Porcel...
Granite Tile Countertop
Porcelain tile over existing ceramic tile
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