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Greetings and thank you for visiting Dutchman Tile and Stone.  We are committed to the highest quality and the best customer service.  Located in Southern California, we work with home and business owners for all of their tile and stone needs.

Tile is often overlooked as a  "do it yourself project" in home remodeling.  A little expertise goes a long way when you see that custom flooring is a really easy way to bring a lot of creativity into a small space!  We enjoy creating custom patterns with use of various colored tiles and shapes.  Take a look through our gallery and you'll see how an bland white kitchen floor is transformed into beauty by simply adding a spark of creativity.  We at Dutchman Tile & Stone look forward to giving your tile that extra little bit of spice that will make your house stand out! 

Serving all of Southern California. Including Bellflower, Lakewood, Long Beach, Cerritos, Artesia, Downey, Paramount, Compton, Torrance, San Pedro, Palos Verdes, Cypress, Buena Park, Anaheim, Placentia, Yorba Linda, Brea, Fullerton, Lake Forest, Costa Mesa, Irvine, Ladera Ranch, Coto De Casa, San Clemente, San Juan Capastrano, Temecula and Everywhere in between. 
   
We would love to put in a competitive bid on your next project!  Give us a call:
562.373.5412

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TIPS FOR CHOOSING A TILE CONTRACTOR: 

1. Make sure they're licensed; you don't want to hire a tile helper.

2. Make sure they carry liability insurance and ask for a 'certificate of insurance'. Their insurance company will fax you a copy at no charge. Even if it's a small job, if they're in your home, they should be insured. 

3. Ask for references and don't be afraid to call them, if the job was good the customer will love to tell you about it, and if the job was bad the customer will love to tell you about it. 

4. Ask for a written scope of work and some form of contract, this is for your protection. 


All tile guys are giving free estimates, and low prices, it's highly competitive right now. And almost all do their own work. But are you comfortable letting an unlicensed, uninsured laborer into your home. 
CHOOSE WISELY


 
 





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