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    From the Poughkeepsie Journal

    If you are like most of us living in the Hudson Valley, you will probably be living in your current home for many years to come. The idea of selling and “moving up” just is not in the cards anymore. You don’t have to sell your home to move up… with Palermo Tile (Kitchens and Baths) you can make your tired old home the home of your dreams!

    Imagine your home with a new kitchen and bathrooms that you want people to see! With hundreds of design options and an experienced team of experts to complete any project, you too can transform your 1970’s or 80’s kitchen from dull and boring to dazzling and exciting! Leave the "do it yourself" headaches behind and trust your home’s renovations to the experts at Palermo Tile. Beware of the carpetbagger laborers looking for survival work, some of these guys are even going door-to-door! Don’t trust your home and your family’s safety to a stranger just to save a few dollars! Choose only an experienced, professional insured team when it comes to your kitchen and bathroom renovations. From start to finish, Palermo Tile will show the highest level of care for your home and we will guarantee your satisfaction.

    Palermo Tile is a family owned and operated business with roots in the tile industry dating back 30 years! Palermo Tile is dedicated to ensuring our customers' complete satisfaction and at reasonable prices. We have an extensive client base both residential and commercial with more references than you will ever need to call. As members of the NTCA (National Tile Contractor's Association) we have completed numerous courses to keep up to date with the newest tile products and installation methods. Don't just take our word for it; visit our website at www.542-TILE.com and see some of our customer interviews and our online photo album.

    Choosing the right contractor means everything when it comes to a successful project… the horror stories are real! Surely you have heard of someone trying to save a few dollars with uninsured contractors who took the deposit and never came back. It’s just not worth the risk!

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