A Brief History
Committed to Environmentally Conscious Design
Stone, Quartz & Ceramic Tile
Granite & Marble
The everlasting beauty of natural stone is enhanced by its durability. It is very durable and resistant to damage from regular use, which means that this may be the last countertop you will ever need for your home. Therefore, it is quite likely that your granite or quartz countertop will never see a landfill site. All water used in the processing of our stone counters is captured, filtered and reused. There are no floor drains in our Stone Shop so that none of the water used is ever discarded into the sewage system. All of our finished products are shipped on reusable metal frames with minimal packaging. The life span of granite and marble is essentially the life span of the house.
Terrazzo is a hard surface flooring made with finely graded aggregates, such as chips of marble, faux marble, quartz, granite, or glass, all held together by a cement or resin binder. The beautiful part is that many of these components are recycled, making Terrazzo an environmentally friendly choice. For instance, glass terrazzo is made from discarded car windshields, mirrors, beer bottles, recycled porcelain from kitchen sinks, and even crushed oyster shells. The combination of sources varies; all of it can be mixed and matched depending on desired colors, patterns, or textures. Most marble and granite chips used in Terrazzo are produced with the waste material of the building stone manufacturing process. We have reduced the usage of water by 75% by developing a dry grinding process. Terrazzo floors will last a lifetime with minimal energy required to maintain their beautiful finish. The lifespan of Terrazzo flooring is essentially the lifespan of the building.
Meet Our Team
The employees and management of Centis Tile and Terrazzo will continually strive to provide the highest level of service to their clients in a professional and safe manner. An emphasis on quality workmanship, efficient production practices, and on-going employee and management training are key to ensuring our place in the construction industry.