Dal-Tile Corporation, a 2 billion dollar division of Mohawk Industries, offers its residential and commercial customers the industry's broadest array of products. We manufacture, distribute and market three distinct brand names: Daltile; American Olean; and Mohawk Tile. Each of these distinct brands offer a comprehensive line of stylish, fashionable, high-quality products in a wide array of colors, textures and finishes.
Since 1947, Dal-Tile has stayed true to its vision, providing our customers with the highest quality glazed and unglazed floor tile, glazed and unglazed ceramic mosaics, glazed porcelain tile, unglazed quarry tile and our natural stone products. We market and sell our products through company owned and operated Sales Service Centers (SSCs), independent distributors and "big box" Home Centers, i.e. Home Depot , Lowe's .
Dal-Tile's creative, ambitious and results driven team has continually grown and expanded and now includes over 10,000 associates, located across the US, Mexico, Canada and Puerto Rico. We are the largest ceramic tile manufacturer in the United States and we enjoy the proud distinction of being the industry leader in ceramic tile. Find out what makes Dal-Tile an industry leader and why we are the largest ceramic tile manufacturer in the United States!
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Delivers and unloads product orders at designated SSC's, customers and job sites.
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Mohawk Industries has been a trusted name in carpets for more than 130 years and is a leading supplier of flooring for both residential and commercial applications. Mohawk offers a complete selection of broadloom carpet, ceramic tile, laminate, wood, stone, vinyl, rugs and other home products. These products are marketed under the premier brands in the industry, which include Mohawk, Karastan, Lees, Bigelow, Columbia, Century, Dal-Tile, American Olean and Quick-Step. Mohawk's unique merchandising and marketing assist our customers in creating the consumers' dream.