The Nashville Flood Rebuild


Nashville Flood The Nashville Flood RebuildBetween May 1st and 2nd of 2010, Nashville, Tennessee experienced unprecedented rainfalls that resulted in a devastating flood.  With over 19 inches pouring into the Cumberland River, The Nashville area was quickly covered in water causing damage and destruction everywhere.  StonePeak was one of many companies that heard this news and decided to take action.

“It has been almost two years since the Nashville flood devastated our daughter’s condo, but we can finally say we are finished rebuilding!” says Californian designer Kristine Smith.  “We are enormously grateful for your kindness, generosity, and support.”

Two years later we are proud to see the rebuilding effort flourish.  Choosing the Country Farm style from the Cottage Collection, it creates a look that replicates natural wood with the benefits of high-tech porcelain.  Enhanced by a slightly distressed texture, Cottage truly reflects the wood floor look, manufactured without even touching a leaf.

 

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“Thank you so much for donating the floor tile to the rebuild.  I get more comments on it than any other material used!  It really does look great.  The generosity of you ladies and StonePeak is much appreciated and will not be forgotten.  You all are lifesavers!”

StonePeak would like to give special thanks to Larisa Hilboldt and Patricia Chiariello for seeing an opportunity to step in a help a great cause.  Well done ladies!