Rubble Tile Showroom New Hours and COVID Update
One thing the pandemic has done is influenced how much time we spend at home. That also means many households and individuals are focusing their attention on their living spaces. There has been a marked uptick in home remodeling and home services in general in the past few months. So due to demand our showroom will be open to the public on Saturdays from 10am – 2pm starting December 5th, 2020.
Read on for more updates and to learn why sourcing your tile at Rubble helps ensure your projects run smoothly.
Updated Rubble Tile Showroom Hours & COVID Measures
Our showroom is now open Monday – Friday from 9am – 5pm by appointment only. We’re also offering no-contact sample drop offs and pickups utilizing a cart located in our vestibule, or we can send out as curbside pickup.
Saturday hours are from 10am – 2pm, starting December 5th. However, due to the high volume customer traffic on these days we will have limited capacity and unable to accommodate appointments on this day. Our showroom is open Monday – Friday from 9am – 5 pm by appointment only.
Customer Service hours are 7am – 3pm, Monday – Friday. Call customer service for order pickup, warehouse questions, or any other order inquiries.
Rubble Tile Sales Reps Are Working Remotely
Rubble Tile: A Local Minnesota Company
Rubble Tile is a local woman-owned business offering distinctive, high quality tile options for designers and homeowners alike.
We offer tile in a wide range of materials–ceramic and porcelain, natural stone, glass, metal and concrete. We carry exclusive lines from around the world—from custom hand-crafted tiles made in the U.S.A. to the most technologically advanced porcelains from Europe.
Our aim is to make your projects stress-free and to contribute to an on-time project schedule. To that end, we’ve made sure to feature vendor partners who either manufacture or stock materials in the U.S., so there is no disruption within our supply chain.
When you work with our team at Rubble Tile, you’re not only supporting a local business, but you’re ensuring that the tile portion of your project won’t be susceptible to supply chain delays.