All 3 of our locations are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm, and on Saturdays from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm.

No appointments are needed, we are open to the public.

Floor Plans & Square Foot Measurements (rough estimates will work too). Inspiration photos and anything else you like.

Yes, our sales team is comprised of design experts that can help with any project.

We stock many different types of tiles (field tiles, mosaics, pavers, and many more). We also stock a large variety of man-made engineered stone slabs as well as natural stone slabs (including Marble, Quartzite, and Granite).

For in stock material, we usually have materials ready for pickup within 2-3 days.

For special order material, lead times will vary depending on the material chosen, but most are between 5-14 business days.


Yes, we carry man-made tile (porcelain, ceramic, and glass) ad well as man-made slabs (quartz and porcelain).

Quartz slabs are a versatile and tough material that can be used for either countertop or wall applications. Quartz is composed of over 90% of crushed quartz and other minerals with the other main component being resin. They are fired at high temperatures making them virtually scratch and acid resistant due to their non-porous structure, while requiring little to no sealing for a maintenance-free surface. With a Moh’s Hardness of 6.5-7, they are comparable to Granite in strength, and make for a great addition to any home.

Porcelain slabs a tough and sturdy, they stand up to the test of time due to their composition of ceramic materials that are fired at high temperatures. They are ideal for kitchen countertops with busy families due to their ability to handle direct heat contact, scratch-resistance, and chemical resistance making them almost impossible to etch or stain. Porcelain, in some cases, uses ink-jet technology to mimic the look of natural stone, wood, or concrete.

Our Tez Marble family prides itself on our customer service. When you are having a hard time deciding between slabs, we will take the time to lay them side-by-side right then for you to compare.

If there is anything specific you have questions about, feel free to contact the Tez Marble location closest to you.

Tez Marble has a myriad of different material options such as:

1. Quartzite

Quartzite is a type of sedimentary rock composed primarily of quartz. It is often used for countertops because of its durability and natural beauty. Quartzite is a hard stone that is resistant to scratching and staining. It is also naturally resistant to fire damage.

2. Marble

Marble is a type of limestone that contains many different types of minerals. It is a popular choice for kitchen countertops because of its beautiful appearance and ease of maintenance. Marble is a durable material that resists scratches and stains.

3. Granite

Granite is a type of metamorphic rock formed under high pressure and temperature conditions. It is a popular option for countertops due to its durability and natural beauty, especially if you live in a cold climate. Granite is a great surface for cooking and baking because it does not react with food at high temperatures.

4. Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tile is a type of clay-based material that comes in various colors and patterns. It is commonly used for flooring because of its low maintenance and durability. Ceramic tiles are also easy to clean and maintain.

5. Wood

Wood is a natural product that is often used for counter tops. It is a popular material because of its warmth and natural look. However, wood is susceptible to moisture and insects.

5. Quartz

Quartz is a manufactured product, consisting of roughly 90-95% refined natural quartzite and 5-10% resin. Quartz has gained lots of popularity within the last 20 years due to its durability and resilience. It is crucial to note however that quartz countertops are not heat resistant as many other materials are. 


We offer fabrication services that can include installation if you so desire.

Our fabrication & installation process begins with a visit to your home or job site where we will measure your installation space. We will then set up a time for you to come to our fabrication shop to template your design on your specified slab(s). Our last visit to your home will be to install your materials. This process can take anywhere from 2-6 weeks from the measurement date depending on the availability of our fabrication shop.

We do not ship slabs or tiles. We offer In-Store pickup. Feel free to call us if you have any additional questions about the time frame of an order.

All natural stone materials are recommended to be sealed at least once every year. This process is usually quite simple, but we recommend following the directions for the specific sealant you need to use.

We recommend speaking with your fabricator (or ours if you decide to fabricate with us) to figure out which sealant would be best for your stone. Each stone is different and will need to be tailored to each case.