Building: Stone & Tile

Building: Stone & Tile

Stone and Tile Contractors

[From: The National Training Center for Stone and Masonry Trades:; (I)installation, (F)fabrication, (R)restoration and (M)maintenance]

AGI Marble Co, Sun Valley (F, I) 818-767-0102

American Marble, Los Angeles (F, I) 310-649-1355

American Marble, Vista (F, I, R, M) (760) 560-0550

Best Deal Marble and Granite, Los Angeles (F, I) 213-820-5555

Best Way Marble, Los Angeles (F, I) 213-266-6794

Carnevale & Lohr, Bell Gardens (F, I) 310-927-8311

Carrara Marble Co, Rosemead (F, I) 213-283-8121

Church's Home Services, Riverside (R, M) 909-688-0191

Creative Tile, Los Angeles (R, I) 323-263-5705

David's Marble Service, Redding (R), 530-722-9662

DBM/Hatch, South El Monte (I) 212-283-0752

Euro Laguna Marble, Inc. Anaheim (F) (714) 491-1999

F&D Inc, Hayward (I) 510-782-6868

Grand Marble, Arleta (F,I) (818) 768-9997

Italian Marble & Tile, Sylmar (F, I) 818-367-8082

Jeffco Granite and Marble Tile company, Elk Grove, 916-7140244

Majestic Marble Imports Inc. (F, R) 317-237-4400

Marble Care and Restoration Granite Bay (R, M) 888-652-9440.

MarbleCare Center, Glendale (R, M), 818-243-0145

MarbleLife of Beverly Hills 800-773-5820

Marblelife of Orange County (R, M) 949-588-2084

Marble Medics, Beverly Hills (R, M)-310-858-6699

Marble Shooters, Inc. Orange & L.A. County, 949-589-7584

Marble West, Orange County (R, M) 818-376-6999

Milestone Stonecare, Southern California (M), (R) 877-577-8663

Mondo Marmi Inc. (John B. Pace Pres., speak Italian), 7628 Sepulveda Blvd., Van Nuys, CA 91405, 818-782-7688, fax: 818-782-7690

Pacific Stoneworks, Ventura (F) 805 648 4098

Natural Stone Care (M, R) 760-510-0060

PAA of California Inc, West Covina (R, M) (800) 966-2045

Radcliffe Marble Restoration, Irvine (R, M) 949 653-2276

Roma Marble, San Marcos (F, I) 619-727-8040

Roma Marble Co, Van Nuys (F, I), 7850 Sepulveda Blvd., 818-781-6396

Royal Care Services, Tarzana (R, M)-818-757-0013

Santa Barbara Sandstone Ventura, (F) 805-648-3201

Santa Barbara Stone, Santa Barbara (F, I) 805-963-5891

Sierra Stone Restoration, Orange County (R, M) (888) 378-8853

Sterner Marble & Granite, Inc., Richmond (F, I) (510) 215-1866

The Stone Gallery Inc., 8647 San Fernando Rd., Sun Valley, CA 91352, (800) 504-6518, Fax: (818) 504-6718

Stuart Dean Co, North Hollywood (R, M) 213-875-0240

TDM Tiling, San Carlos (F, I) 415-508-0826

United Marble & Granite Inc. Milpitas, Calif. 408-719-8077

Van Nuys Marble & Granite, Inc. 6160 Sepulveda Blvd., Van Nuys, CA 91411, 818-781-2923; fax: 818-781-7133

Walker Zanger, Sun Valley (F) 818-504-0235

Zeolla Marble, Tarzana (I) 818-344-3219

Of related interest:

Marble Institute of America (MIA):

A Bit of Recent History: Carlo Mariotti, the ýMarble Manţ 1928-2004 (of Mariotti & Figli, a fourth generation marble company in Tivoli), may be considered one of the best stone artisans of his time. Mariotti masonry was prominently used in Chicago's Sears Tower, New York's Lincoln Center, Beijing's new Bank of China headquarters. In Los Angeles, it can be found at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, sheathing the Getty Center, the Italian Cultural Institute in Westwood (Patio Mariotti), and the entire exterior of the new UCLA Replacement Hospital-partly donated in recognition of its many efforts to save Mariotti's life. He died in 2004. Mariotti devised "a guillotine-like machine ("It makes the French Revolution look like nothing") that split blocks along their bedding planes. The technique created the rough finish Meier [Getty architect] wanted, with an unexpected bonus: It revealed many more fossils ˝ leaves, feathers and shells ˝ than would be seen in normal banded, polished travertine. [Í] When the Getty complex opened in December 1997, architectural reviews were mixed, but the stone got mostly high marks. To this day, visitors seem compelled to trace the outlines of the fossils with their fingers."

[see: "Hospital's Stone Is Monument to Saving a Life," by Martha Groves, Los Angeles Times, July 31, 2004. p. B.1; Obituaries; Carlo Mariotti, 76; "Italian Stone Artisan Left His Stamp on Public, Private Projects Around the World," by Martha Groves, Los Angeles Times, Aug 6, 2004. p. B.9]