Baltic Pier - Ceramic - Tile Flooring

$2.79

$2.29 / SQFT

Product Description

A Private Bathing Beach. The Baltic Sea is known around the world as a gorgeous travel destination, a personal sunbathing paradise of chalky cliffs and gentle waves. Baltic Pier tile floors embody this spirit with a design that evokes a restorative emotion of respite from contemporary living.


Ceramic tiles from GoHaus are sturdy and reliable, with an impressive PEI (Porcelain Enamel Institute) rating of 4 out of 5. This verified ranking puts Baltic Pier in the class of ceramic tile constructed for heavy residential and even commercial use, so you can install this gorgeous design in areas with a great deal of foot traffic.

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Specifications

  • Flooring Type: Tile
  • Flooring Material: Ceramic
  • Overall Tile Thickness: 8 mm
  • Width: 6"
  • Length: 24"
  • Rectified?: No
  • PEI Rating: PEI 4
  • Water Absorbency: 3%
  • SQFT Per Box: 10.76
  • Weight per Box: 41.8 lb
  • Recommended Installation Location: Indoor

Customer Reviews

  • Lillian Rose
    Was hoping for rectified, but still great June 16, 2016

    For a rustic look, this is a great tile. The only thing I was hoping for was getting it in a rectified form, but that wasn't possible. I didn't let that stop me, though. My installer was still able to install with a rather minimal grout line, so it worked.

  • addy
    highly recommend June 14, 2016

    i'd recommend this tile floor to anyone as well as the company go haus. very nice people to work with. they create a great flooring product.

  • James
    Great tile for the price May 12, 2016

    The tile of this review basically says it all. I got a great tile for a great price. My wife was very pleased with it and we're very happen with the finished product. I'd recommend this company to anyone who needs flooring.

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