For an elegant and natural look in high traffic areas, it’s hard to beat ceramic or porcelain tile. Available in glazed or unglazed, tile is a good choice for moisture-prone areas like entryways, kitchens or baths. Extremely durable and simple to maintain, it compliments other floor types such as carpet, hardwood, or laminate. Another option is a natural stone, which comes in several forms and varies in look, usage, and durability. Ceramic, stone, and slate tiles are a beautiful way to add style to your home, whether used on floors, kitchen countertops, or as accent borders and backsplashes.


Ceramic Tile

Ceramic & Porcelain tiles are hard, brittle, heat-resistant products that are manufactured by firing clay and other materials. Porcelain tile is a type of ceramic tile fired from pure white clay to generate a translucent effect.

The patterns of these products attempt to reflect the look of natural stone products; the prices are typically less expensive, and the color range is very consistent due to the man-made nature of the product. As a result, Ceramic & Porcelain tiles are an excellent alternative for value-oriented buyers.

Stone Tile

Natural stone tile is a luxurious look that gives that special something to your floors, especially kitchen and baths.

The possibilities are virtually limitless with different types of stone, sizes, styles, and design patterns.

We dedicate ourselves to excellence in stone design and installation.

Slate Tile

A dense fine-grained metamorphic rock, Slate was formed when ancient seabeds, filled with sediments of clay and shale, were pushed upwards by collisions between the continents. It is an extremely durable tile whose beautiful color variations indicate the presence of minerals such as iron oxide.

All slate exhibits clear clefting along parallel planes which gives it a unique, streaming texture that makes for a particularly dramatic statement.