Duval Tile & Stone, Inc.
Offers remote services
Offers remote services
Type of heating and cooling system
Specific air testing required
It’s free with no obligation to hire
Introduction: The difference between our company and most others is that we do quality workmanship each and every time no matter what the job, large or small. We take pride in our work and use our work as our signature. For many years after we have set your stone or tile, you will hear people asking you, "who did you hire? I want them to do my place" We hear it all the time. The best part of designing and installing tile and stone is working with people on the designs we are creating. Most people think of tile and stone and they think simple linear lines and nothing else. However with not much more time or money, we can design a tile/stone installation with a design that will make it stand out. The right design or pattern makes a big difference in how the finished product looks. It can make or break a space. We love seeing the look on people faces when they see what we can do for them.
Photos and Videos
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?We stay up on new techniques for installing as well as new products that come out making projects easier, less expensive and longer lasting.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Most of the jobs we do are private homes. We work a lot on bathrooms, showers, kitchens, floors in all rooms, entryways, and back yards. We do a lot of Jacuzzis and pools decks too. Lately glass tile seems to be the in thing and we have been doing a great deal of that lately.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Have the tile contractor come to the job site and give you a real estimate first of all. Don't give someone the square footage over the phone or on some email and ask for a price. Rely on the contractor's expertise to help make your project a success. Hold the contractor to the standards you expect. Go over the type of tile or stone you want to use and why. Review different sizes, colors and finishes. Discuss the grout type and color. Don't ever forget the sealer. Sealing the project correctly will make years of difference.