Welcome to Tile and Stone Warehouse, Kansas City’s #1 source for ceramic, porcelain and stone tile. As the mecca of tile in the metro area, if you can’t find what you are looking for here (or if the staff can’t source it for you), then it probably doesn’t exist!
Located in Merriam, Kansas just off I-35 and Antioch Road, this super warehouse offers a wide selection of tile and stone for all budgets and styles. Open seven days a week, Tile and Stone Warehouse offers a vast selection of in-stock products, catering predominately to the general public but also welcoming builders, designers and contractors.
With a 35,000 square foot sales floor, no stone (pun intended) remains unturned when it comes to offering everything one wants and practically everything of which one dreams when it comes to purchasing tile and stone products.
Owner Tim Perdieu is proud to call this not only a locally-owned but family-owned business as well. With a staff of 10 dedicated and knowledgeable experts, Perdieu has successfully led this company to become the go-to destination for all your tile needs. Whether you are looking for a new backsplash, doing a bathroom makeover or finishing a basement remodel, Tile and Stone Warehouse has a wide variety to choose from, some of which you won’t find anywhere else in town. Because of their high durability and low maintenance appeal, tile and stone products are far more long lasting and cost effective than their wood and carpet counterparts.
“We have our own exclusive line of marble not carried by any other local stores,” emphasized Perdieu. “We also carry several different mosaics and field tile to match. We have the largest facility and selections possible. Additionally, we also fill special orders.”
With Tile and Stone Warehouse’s highly accommodating hours of operation, customers can walk in on Friday eager to complete a bathroom project on Saturday and can typically walk out that visit with the products they want and the materials they need to get the job done, thanks to their large in-stock selection of products.
While some customers may come in with an idea of what they want, they may not necessarily know what parts, pieces and tools they need or how it needs to be installed in order to complete their project. Many may still find themselves on a learning curve, and that is fine with Perdieu, as educating customers is part of the company’s overall mission.
“We can walk you through a whole job and have all of the materials you need to get that project done from start to finish,” said Perdieu.
And the best part? The low prices ensure that more money stays in your pockets, while the money you do spend helps support a locally owned independent business in your community. GO, KC!