Conestoga Tile

About Conestoga Tile

Conestoga Tile

Conestoga Ceramic Tile Distributors, Inc., is a major wholesale distributor and importer of ceramic tile and allied products representing approximately 40 domestic and foreign manufacturers. Conestoga Tile's customer base is hundreds of tile contractors and floor covering dealers in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, DC.

Although Conestoga Tile does not sell direct to the consumer, their showrooms with thousands of samples and installations in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Linthicum, Maryland and Dulles, Virginia are open to the public for the selection of ceramic tile for their projects. Purchases are made through their local tile contractor or dealer.


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NOTE:
McCurley's Floor Center does not carry every style of Conestoga Tile. Check with them first about a particular product or to see if your product choice is available for special order.

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  • All you need to know about grout joints and grout
  • Why Choose Ceramic Tile?
  • Ceramic vs. Porcelain. What’s the difference?
he space between the tiles is called a “grout joint” and the main reason grout joints exist are to accommodate for slight sizing differences from tile to tile that are created during the manufacturing process. The grout joint enables the installer to adjust the tile to compensate for these sizing differences and allow for a straight grout line.... Learn More


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eramic tile has been used in the design of buildings for thousands of years. It’s an extremely durable and easy to care for product that when properly installed and maintained will last the lifetime of a building. It creates a dynamic first impression and has the ability to bring any space (indoors or out) to life with the use of colors, textures and shapes... Learn More


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he use of the terms ceramic and porcelain can be confusing. The term “ceramic tile” is often used as a generic name for all types of tile (porcelain included). However, the term is also (and traditionally) used to describe a specific type of tile product that is made of white, red and/or brown clays mixed in with various minerals.... Learn More


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