Stonehenge Ceramics, Slate and Stone is a family-owned and operated tiling company in Port Kennedy. Our director, Paul Stevenson, has over 35 years of experience in the industry here in Western Australia. Before acquiring the company in 2003, Paul had the opportunity to run his own tiling team for 25 years.
When he saw the Stonehenge Ceramics, Slate and Stone shop go on the market, Paul quickly realised that he could create more value for his clients by combining his tile laying services with the shop to offer a full supply and lay service.
Paul had the vision for a showroom that would offer a broad selection of the finest tiles available. He would only employ the best team with the skills to not only install the tiles but also assist clients from the design stage through to tile section and laying. All projects would be treated as though they were being carried out in his own home, to ensure delivery of high-quality services his clients would tell their friends about for years to come.
Since Paul took over the company, we have grown to a team of more than 15 employees. We now offer a full supply and lay service and complete bathroom renovations for homes located between Perth and Peel, and within the Peel region. The bathroom renovation services include tiling, plumbing, glaziers, electrical and cabinets.
Quality and Craftsmanship
Through Paul’s leadership, Stonehenge Ceramics, Slate and Stone have earned a reputation as a leader in the industry, and one of the most innovative tilings and flooring companies in the region. That’s because we consistently deliver on our promise.
Our mission is to do more than simply ensure that you, your family or your tenants can enjoy a beautiful home. We want to make sure you benefit from our products and work when you decide to sell your home.
Our ladies in the shop provide a professional friendly service with a vast knowledge of the tiling industry and interior design. Bring your plans into the shop so they can measure and calculate the supply for your project. Otherwise, we can come to your property to measure the space and provide you with a quote.
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