Daltile tile and stone

Daltile’s founder, Robert M. Brittingham, founded the Dallas tile company in 1947, while operating out of a Quonset hut in Dallas, Texas.  The company was originally called the Dallas Ceramic Company until 1980, and now it is called Daltile - the company you know today. The company is now a nationwide resource for wall tile and flooring. The vast sources this company has allows it to be a major distributor with its amazing array of products. Daltile is a convenient and comprehensive source of tile. It is known for providing great customer service and for its show rooms throughout the country.

The vast tile selection Daltile has to offer includes tiles which can be used for kitchen backsplashes, bathroom backsplashes, accent tile borders, showers, pools, spas, and anywhere else that needs a dazzling touch. Daltile has the newest tile styles as well as the classics we all love, so you can be sure to find the one that perfectly matches your home. Whether it’s hexagon tiles, penny rounds, interlocking tiles, or subway tiles, find the Daltile tile you need on HomeDecorAZ.com to help beautify your kitchen or bathroom. Whether it’s DIY or professional installation, we will be here every step of the way to make sure your project goes smoothly. Please inspect your tiles before installing and plan your dates accordingly. If you have a contractor installing the tiles, you should make sure you have the tiles first, and then consult a professional to see if the tiles will work for your space or project. After you consult with a professional about your tile project, only then should you schedule a date for the contractor to install the tiles because you’ll be paying for the date they visit your home (whether the tiles are there or not).

If you are going the DIY route, please do plenty of research. For example, it would be wise to make sure the tile you want for your shower can handle high moisture environments. You also need to take plenty of precaution when installing your own kitchen backsplash, bathroom backsplash, or any other tiling project. Grout, for example, is also important to consider because tiling is like hanging up pictures. The tiles are the photos and the grout line is the frame. So, consider the color and texture because it is all based on preference. Grout comes in numerous colors from which you can choose, which makes it way more fun. However, be careful with sanded grout because its roughness can scratch metal and glass tiles.