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World Class in Florida

From austere beginnings in post-war Miami, the Yarborough family has built an international tile business. When Dave Yarborough bought a World War II surplus truck to begin a tile setting business, little did he realize that in the early part of the new millennium, he would be at the helm of a company considered to be one of the largest tile distributors in the United States.

For those who don’t know, D&B Tile Distributors was named after Dave and his wife, Betty. Decades later, his son Harold serves as President & CEO and his daughter Cindy (now retired) formerly managed the Palmetto Bay operation, one of nine different locations in Florida ranging from Port St. Lucie to South Miami…LEARN MORE>

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    When Ernie and Shirley, formerly from Michigan, decided to remodel their Palm City home’s master bathroom, they checked with neighbors and friends and were referred to the D&B Tile store… ...READ MORE

  • Porcelain Tile from D&B Tile that Looks Like Marble Used in Lakefront Remodel in Palm Beach Gardens

    When Ken and Michele bought their lakefront home in Palm Beach Gardens, the former owner was seasonal and retained much of the builder grade appliances and trim. When we stopped… ...READ MORE

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    If you're interested in becoming a Certified Tile Installer, then we have great news for you! If you're curious about becoming a Certified Tile Installer, well then this is definitely… ...READ MORE

Testimonials

Just wanted to say dealing with D and B has always been a pleasure. I was in on Friday with a difficult order and between Tiffany, Breana and Raniesha they took great care of me. They were especially helpful in choosing the proper tile for the job. They all were very pleasant to deal with. I will be back.

Cory Cassidy, Delray Beach

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