Not only does Daltile have award-winning quality products that turn heads and last a lifetime, but is an active participant in the industry and keeps busy serving communities wherever we are. Take a closer look at the latest Daltile news.
Crushing the Way Toward Zero Landfill Certification
November 01, 2018 Dallas, TX
Recycling fired waste and other sustainability improvements helped the Monterrey manufacturing plant floor team earn a key environmental accreditation.
Daltile is now selling the instant levelling process Supercap, by Laticrete, throughout its Texas-based Daltile Sales Service Centers to offer customers a true one-stop-shop for jobs needing a finished or levelled substrate before tile installation can begin.
In its over 250 company-owned Sales Service Centers nationwide, Daltile is now selling Nue Tile DemoFlex underlayment to make removal of installed Daltile ceramic and porcelain tile fast, clean, and easy.
Statements Dealers Program Holds Conference for Members
July 25, 2018 Dallas, TX
Daltile recently hosted a multi-faceted meeting for its Statements Program dealer members at the Ritz-Carlton in Cancun, Mexico to solidify and increase the value of the partnership between Daltile and its Statements dealers as well as give dealers the chance to get to know each another.
Daltile Provides Jobs for Charity Work-Study Program
April 20, 2018 Dallas, TX
Dal-Tile Corporation is a founding member of the Dallas Cristo Rey High School and recently hosted a luncheon to celebrate several of its students, who also work at Dal-Tile headquarters as part of an innovative corporate work-study program.
Daltile's ONE Quartz Surfaces® Countertops Featured on "Bargain Mansions" Season 1
April 18, 2018 Dallas, TX
“Bargain Mansions” host, Tamara Day, recently aired her love for Daltile’s ONE Quartz Surfaces® Countertops on social media after featuring the product in several episodes of the show’s Season 1, currently airing on HGTV.
Dal-Tile’s production facility in Muskogee, Oklahoma was recently recognized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for “zero recordables and zero lost time accidents” during 2017.