Ben Mednick

Best Tile: Our Story

Best Tile is the ultimate destination for tile and stone in DC, Maryland and Virginia, and promises a most satisfying buying experience.

Best Tile: Our Story Founded in 1956, Best Tile is the largest importer of tile and stone in the Mid-Atlantic region. The third-generation, family-owned company now boasts 22 design showrooms on the East Coast, carrying products from Spain, Italy, Brazil, England, Turkey, Mexico and the U.S. The company offers an unparalleled selection of porcelain and natural stone, as well as glass, metal and mosaic tiles suitable for floor and wall applications. “There is a high level of quality control,” says owner Ben Mednick. “Each product is put through rigorous testing while being manufactured.”

Best Tile serves homeowners, contractors, builders, architects and designers in both residential and commercial spaces. The company’s staff of designers pays attention to every detail of a project, from concept through design and final installation. The client’s vision and budget are paramount, and the knowledgeable staff works hard to educate customers and to provide total client satisfaction. “We create the best possible buying experience for people on the market for tile and stone,” Mednick says.

“Our company is based on principles, integrity, and respect,” he continues. “We strongly believe that customer service and superior quality, together with virtually limitless possibilities in terms of products and design, cannot fail to achieve the client’s vision for his or her home or business. Our goal is to guide clients to a unique and personal space that they will be able to enjoy for years to come.”

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Best Tile emphasizes forward-looking trends such as large-format tiles. The Plane collection of five-by-10-foot tiles (top) replicates marble, travertine or monochromatic looks. Its six-millimeter thickness offers the advantages of thin tile while allowing for the depth needed to fabricate an edge detail or use for floor applications. The Falling Water collection (bottom) boasts patterns created through digital inkjet technology on porcelain that mimics stone and wood together.

11601 Boiling Brook Parkway Rockville, Maryland 20852
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