They have the best selection in town. Nice to work with. They work with all installers as well- we found the stone we liked with them, but had Werthan install.
500 Davidson StNashville, TN 37213
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We were referred to Mission by our contractor, and based on the showroom and initial design consultation we were initially impressed. However, we experienced let downs at every level of their operation and so I would avoid this place and go to the many other great tile companies in Nashville. I've written up a detailed rundown at Yelp, but here are the basics: Pros: - Nice showroom- Convenient locationCons: everything elseProblems at every level of the organization. Avoid if you want a timely and smooth project.
Rude, rude, rude.I am a contractor and my tile designer was Amber. Great relationship, we designed many baths and kitchens together.She left the company to work elsewhere, and I stopped by unannounced to get a bag of grout for a large job we were wrapping up.There were four young "ladies" sitting in the office area. I stood there, waiting on one of them to acknowledge my presence.Once they were though chit-chatting, one of them asked if I needed something. I told them I was there to pick up the grout I had called ahead about. (I left message) I asked who would be taking Ambers place.This young blond girl said I would be dealing with her, and anything I needed, I would need to make an appointment and only to send her emails. It is important to note her she did this in a rude and "snobby" way.I asked her, "so what you are telling me is not to call? I am driving all day, and I communicate by phone for almost everything I do, am I hearing you right that my calls will go unanswered?She then began to address me in a very rude and disrespectful way, to the point one of the other girls told me she was not trying to be rude, which I responded, "yet she is."I called the owner a left a direct message which went completely unanswered.My advice? Find another tile shop.There is plenty of others who would love your business, and who will treat you with respect, who don't feel entitled to treat a customer like lower class.I am going to direct all of my customers to follow Amber or go to Louisville Tile right down the street.Now I understand why Amber left.