Thursday, May 28, 2009

Squawk Mountain

Finding alternatives to stone and tile is a difficult process. But Squawk Mountain Stone has made it much easier, at least for the consumer. Squawk Mountain stone is fashioned from recycled paper, recycled glass, coal fly-ash and cement. Their material is produced in slabs so as to reduce wear on natural or quarried stone. Their tiles can be used almost anywhere, from bathrooms to kitchens. Their company follows a "binder-less" policy, so as to reduce the amount of paper they consume for product literature. Their stone line comes in 5 colors: Thunder, Latte, Quinault, Otter, and Natural. For more information, visit:

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  1. Tiger Mountain Innovations, LLC has recently made some great product improvements to their Squak Mountain Stone product. The coal fly-ash previously contained in the material has been substituted out with more recycled glass. Furthermore, the slabs are available in a nominal 56"x96" size at 1-3/8" thickness. Slabs are gauged on the backside to ensure consistent thickness and ease of seaming for fabricators. A state-of-the-art vibration technology is used to minimize pinholes and give a more consistent character from slab to slab. Every Squak Mountain Stone slab is hand-finished so it has a unique character similar to that of natural stones such as marble, travertine, and limestone. If you haven't seen the "new" Squak Mountain stone you really don't know what you are missing out on!