Jeffrey Court- Reef Glass

Jeffrey Court- Reef Glass

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Jeffrey Court- Press

Jeffrey Court- Press

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Walker Zanger - Andalucia

Walker Zanger - Andalucia

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Sant' Agostino - Patchwork

Sant' Agostino - Patchwork

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NEW - Reservoir

NEW - Reservoir

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AlysEdwards

AlysEdwards

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AlysEdwards- Feel

AlysEdwards- Feel

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Ascot - Gemstone

Ascot - Gemstone

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Stone Remnants

Pre-cut slabs and discontinued granite and engineered stone.

Last Chance Tile

End of Lot and discontinued tile.

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Latest News & Updates from Syverson Tile & Stone

Happy Retirement Roger!

Posted Friday, December 21st, in

Today is is Roger Harris’s official last day as he begins his retirement. Roger began his career with Syverson Tile in 1971 working for Ray Sr. and Ruth Syverson, and is one of the few people that say they worked for all 3 generations of the Syverson Family. We are so proud and thankful for all his dedicated service over these 47 years. It says a lot about his character, dedication, and work ethic having served this company so long. It is truly something uncommon in todays fast changing world and words cannot express our gratitude. Thank you Roger and we wish you all the best on your retirement!

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New to the Syverson line of quality tile products - Vitromex

Posted Wednesday, September 5th, in

Syverson Tile and Stone announces the launch of Vitromex products.

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More than 80 Years of Quality & Service

Syverson Tile & Stone was founded in 1932 by Ray G. Syverson Sr. and Ruth Syverson in Sioux Falls, SD. Ray Sr. was a tile installer by trade who decided to form his crew to keep up with demand. His wife Ruth had an accounting and management background. Both were known for their tremendous work ethic and high quality standards. Together they built the business into the largest tile contractor between Minneapolis and Omaha by the 1950s.

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