Arizona Tile, a leading importer and distributor of porcelain, natural stone, glass and Samsung Radianz Quartz, is proud to announce the opening of the new Sun Valley location at 11308 Penrose Street on March 31.
This new facility allows consumers the ease and accessibility of tile showroom and tile order desk, slab showroom and slab order desk, all under one roof. Homeowners can find everything they need for their home remodeling project with one stop. The showroom also reflects a modern look, including metal fixtures and dozens of displays that illustrate how the products appear when installed.
According to Joe Kennedy, General Manager, “This new location showcases a beautiful showroom and indoor slab yard featuring a broad range of contemporary and traditional designs in stone and tile. In addition, the Sun Valley location offers easy access to and from the 5 freeway, and places Arizona Tile in the heart of the natural stone slab and tile district north of Los Angeles.”
Arizona Tile slab and tile showrooms are open to the public.
All Arizona Tile showrooms provide professionally-trained design consultants who are knowledgeable in design trends, products and proper product usage, in order to offer the best assistance to our retail customers and quality support to our trade customers. Visit Arizona Tile Locations for these and all Arizona Tile locations/maps, hours of operation and phone numbers.
To learn more about Arizona Tile’s beautiful and innovative products, visit www.arizonatile.com or download the Arizona Tile app for tablets from the App Store or Google Play.
About Arizona Tile
Founded in 1977 in San Diego, California, Arizona Tile has grown into a nationally recognized commercial and residential distributor with more than 25 showrooms throughout seven Western states. Arizona Tile is one of the largest independently-owned importers of stone in the United States, offering more than 230 varieties of granite, travertine, onyx, slate, marble and limestone, plus medallions, porcelain tile and other design creations. Founded by John Huarte, former NF