Penny Round and Hexagon Porcelain Mosaic Tile: Where the tile is not just a tile, it is a form of art expression
As the very original manufacturer for this complete line, Home Elements™ makes different colors, pattern and can customize the colors and patterns using the same porcelain mosaic tile materials. BuilderElements.com introduces this complete line aimed to get all the available colors and patterns for this porcelain mosaic tile in one place, and provide you with the best value.
You may have seen this penny round or hexagon porcelain mosaic tile for wall surfaces somewhere in a home or architecture and design magazine. Or perhaps you have seen it on the exterior walls of one of Las Vegas grand buildings. But you may not be able to see a complete line of this penny round or hexagon porcelain mosaic tile in one single place, especially on a single page of a website.
Comparing with the similar penny round porcelain mosaic wall tile or hexagon porcelain mosaic wall tile products on Home Depot, BuilderElements.com’s selling price is 15-70% lower. By cutting the inventory costs and optimizing supply chain costs, Builder Elements truly delivers the best value to customers.
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Builder Elements is proud to introduce a great series of glass mosaic tile with metallic reflection under synthetic light or the sun. This metallic glass mosaic tile is great for swimming pool applications, although it can be used widely both interior and exterior, such as kitchen cabinet backsplashes, bathroom walls, spas, etc.
This metallic glass mosaic tile, some call it "Iridescent Glass Mosaic Tile" or "Metal Glass Mosaic Tile", is a specialty glass tile line with extremely high price point in the market. Builder Elements is working with Home Elements™ to make this great building material affordable. The unique supply chain model of BuilderElements.com makes this incredible pricing for this specialty item possible. On BuilderElements.com, metallic glass mosaic tile not only comes in a wide variety in terms of colors and patterns for you to choose, but selling it at only 20-30% of what the current market price is. It ranges from $4-$9 per sq ft, comparing with the prices ranging from $15-$45 per sq ft at other local showrooms, warehouses, home centers or big retail chains; we can cut your job costs significantly.
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BuilderElements.com exhibits at 2008 IBS Show! Booth#: S10435
BuilderElements.com/Home Elements, Inc. will show case its comprehensive building and decorative products in a 12'x50' sq ft booth.
February 13-16, 2008
BuilderElements.com is officially launched
On August 1st of 2007, www.BuilderElements.com is officially launched;On August 7th of 2007, BuilderElements received its first order with request ship by air, BuilderElements made products in 3 business days and delivered products to customers in 5 business days.
Affiliate, BuilderElements.com established
In March of 2007, Home Elements registered BuilderElements.com Inc. to become a wholly owned affiliate, operating on a proprietary supply chain and sourcing platform developed by Home Elements.
Becoming a vendor of a National Home Builder
In March of 2007, Home Elements sold products to Athena Development Company for a 300+ houses project in Las Angles.
Now, Home Elements is a Member of American Society of Interior Designers
In October of 2006, Home Elements became an industry partner of ASID.www.BuilderElements.com is searchable atwww.asid.org product finder directory(www.asid.multiview.com)
Home Elements Became a Vendor of
In June of 2006, Home Elements became a Costco.com vendor screened by the strictest vendor selection process
Home Elements is a Member of BuildersExchange
In April of 2006, Home Elements became a member of Builders Exchange.
Home Elements exhibits at Surfaces
In February of 2006, Home Elements, Inc. attended Surfaces show in Sands Expo and Convention Center, Las Vegas.
Online Selling Platform, BuilderElements.com Started
In September 2005, Home Elements set up a team consisted of Silicon Valley software engineers and e-commerce managers to work on the BuilderElements.com project.