Mainland Tile and Stone Ltd.
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Welcome to Mainland Tile & Stone – your first choice when it comes to tile & stone countertops.

We don’t compromise on quality and neither should you! We buy directly from the factory in large volumes so we can offer a high quality product while passing the savings onto you. Our team is committed to provide you with a quality product and excellent customer service by assisting you from beginning to end. Customer satisfaction is our #1 priority – we can’t wait to add you to the list of happy customers!

If you have any questions call one of our experts at 604.451.8453 and get to know us a little better.

At Mainland Tile & Stone, we have you covered… from top to bottom.

Services Provided
Custom Countertops, Tile Installation, floor tile, wall tile, fireplace surrounds, kitchen backsplash

Areas Served
Anmore, Arbutus Ridge, Barnet, Belcarra, Burnaby, Coal Harbour, Coquitlam, Deep Cove, Delta, Hastings-Sunrise, Hollyburn, Ioco, Killarney, Kitsilano, Ladner, Lynn Creek, New Westminster, North Burnaby, North Surrey, North Vancouver, Panorama Park, Port Coquitlam, Port Mann, Port Moody, Renfrew-Colli

Certifications and Awards
Burnaby Board of Trade, Better Business Bureau, Greater Vancouver Home Builder's Association
Contact: Sanj
Location: #140 - 8528 Glenlyon Parkway
Burnaby, British Columbia V5J 0B9
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Commented: Love the floor tile, what colour and can I buy it in Vancouver? Hi deanie33, That is Chocolate Polished - and it is available out of our Burnaby warehouse, (140-8528 Glenlyon Parkway). We look forward to seeing you! Mainland Tile & Stone
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Commented: Can you paint tumbled marble backsplash tile? Dear nandem11, You could paint over the existing tile however you will only know if you are getting the intended look after you try. I would suggest using an oil-based or urethane-based paint. By ...
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