Stone Showroom & Installation Services in Reno, NV

Welcome to D & L Tile, your premier tile and stone contractor serving Reno & Sparks, NV. We have over 50 years of experience. Our expertise spans a wide range of applications, from kitchens and bathrooms to countertops, flooring, fireplaces, and outdoor spaces

With a wealth of experience serving the Reno community, we have established a sterling reputation for our outstanding craftsmanship, meticulous attention to detail, and exceptional customer service. If you’re seeking to elevate the beauty and functionality of your home, we are here to transform your ideas into a stunning reality.

Stone Installation

D & L Tile: Top Choice for Stone in Reno, NV

Types of Stone 

  1. Granite: A highly durable igneous rock, granite is known for its grainy appearance and is popular for countertops due to its resistance to heat, scratches, and stains.
  2. Marble: A luxurious and classic metamorphic rock, marble is prized for its veined patterns. Often used in sculptures and building materials, it can be sensitive to acids.
  3. Slate: A fine-grained metamorphic rock that splits into thin, flat layers. Commonly used for roofing tiles, flooring, and chalkboards.
  4. Limestone: A sedimentary rock primarily composed of calcite. It often has a soft, earthy appearance and is used in building materials and for making cement.
  5. Sandstone: Composed mainly of sand-sized mineral particles, this sedimentary rock is often used in paving and building materials. Its appearance can vary based on its mineral content.
  6. Travertine: A form of limestone deposited by mineral springs, travertine often has a banded appearance. It’s commonly used for decorative tiles and building facades.
  7. Quartzite: A hard, metamorphic rock which originated as sandstone. With rich patterns and colors, it’s often used as a decorative stone and in countertops.
  8. Soapstone: A talc-rich metamorphic rock known for its softness and soapy feel. It’s often used in countertops and can retain heat, making it popular for stoves and fireplaces.
  9. Onyx: A form of chalcedony with alternating color bands, onyx is translucent and can be used for decorative items, jewelry, and some interior applications.
  10. Engineered Stone (Quartz): A man-made material containing crushed stone held together by adhesives. Known for its consistency and durability, it’s popular for countertops and interior surfaces.
  11. Basalt: An extrusive igneous rock, basalt is dark-colored and fine-grained, often used in construction for things like road fill or as a decorative stone.
  12. Schist: A medium-grade metamorphic rock known for its shimmering appearance due to its mica content. It’s used for decorative purposes and sometimes in construction.

Benefits of Using Stone:

  1. Timeless Beauty: Stone’s aesthetic appeal never goes out of style. Its unique patterns and textures can transform any space into a work of art.
  2. Durability: Stone is incredibly durable and resistant to wear and tear. With proper care, it can last for generations, making it a cost-effective choice in the long run.
  3. Easy Maintenance: Stone is relatively low-maintenance. Regular cleaning and sealing can keep it looking pristine for years.
  4. Increased Property Value: Incorporating stone into your property can significantly increase its resale value. Potential buyers often appreciate the elegance and durability of stone surfaces.