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Daltile is the country's leading manufacturer and distributor of ceramic, porcelain tile & natural stone. Built on a tradition of outstanding design, quality, and service, we set the standard for the entire industry. For over 70 years and counting, we answer the question WHY TILE? with trustworthy tile for floor, wall, and countertop that is proudly made in the USA.
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Conestoga Ceramic Tile Distributors, Inc., is a major wholesale distributor and importer of ceramic tile and allied products representing approximately 40 domestic and foreign manufacturers. Conestoga Tile's customer base is hundreds of tile contractors and floor covering dealers in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, DC.
Carpet gets grimy, wood floors scratch and crack, and vinyl? Well, vinyl looks like vinyl. You have several choices when it comes to flooring, but no other flooring can match the durability, value and timeless look of ceramic tile.
Although quietly beautiful, ceramic tiles are deceptively tough. Ceramic Tile is extremely scratch resistant, temperature tolerant and stain resistant. Qualities you'll be hard-pressed to find elsewhere.
Ceramic tiles are also a cinch to clean; usually just a little light wiping or damp-mopping does the trick.
Tiling is an environmentally safe, natural choice for flooring. Ceramic tile lasts much longer than most other flooring materials, so over time there's less wasted money and materials. It's no wonder people turn to tile time and time again for their flooring needs.
At American Carpet & Rug we believe an educated consumer is our best customer.
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