Our Design Process


Nationwide Tile works with general contractors from the very start of the process. Once we receive an invitation to bid with blueprints and specifications, we research and identify the materials needed, produce an accurate estimate using a first class flooring estimating software and leverage relationships with distributors and manufacturers to acquire the best possible pricing on selected materials. The next step is to demonstrate the craftsmanship and excellent service both on and off the job site that transforms first time customers into loyal, repeat clients.



Safety is paramount to our operation. We are conscious of the importance of safety of our installation crew as well as the protection of every person who steps foot on the job site.

Nationwide Tile is fully insured and each member of our team follows precise procedures to ensure safety from the moment they enter the site through the last minute on the job. A field supervisor is always on hand to oversee the crew. 



Our focus on customer service is unparalleled, from the beginning of bid through the final moments on the job site. Communication is paramount to our operation and we maintain a direct line between subs, general contractors, architects, and owners and tenants. We are partners every step of the way. 

On the job, our craftsmen have a proven record of professionalism and excellence, often completing projects with zero punch list items.



We have cultivated strong relationships with tile distributors and constructed a network of reliable subcontractors throughout the country to bring you, our customer the highest quality products at an exceptional value.


SAMPLE MaterialS

Upon acceptance of a contract, Nationwide Tile provides samples of all requested materials to be submitted for architectural approval.  


color-coded design plan

Detailed proposals include a breakdown of each cost associated with your flooring project. Along with every proposal comes a color-coded design plan to maintain transparency and keep all parties in agreement. Click the images below for a larger view of a sample proposal and design plan.