Rheinschmidt Tile & Marble named five-star contractor by NTCA

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Rheinschmidt  Tile & Marble (RTM), a family-owned, national commercial flooring contractor specializing in shopping centers, airports, casinos and retail stores, was recently named a Five-Star Contractor by the National Tile Contractors Association.

The Five Star Contractor status was created by the NTCA as a way to recognize and reward companies with a proven history of excellence in the trade.  “This is a great honor for us,” said Larry Rheinschmidt Jr., president of RTM.  “To be recognized for all of our hard work is clearly a great feeling.”

To be considered, and ultimately awarded such status by the NTCA, a company must receive excellent recommendations from customers, suppliers and peers. Additionally, RTM has continually demonstrated its commitment to continuing education, training and safety programs, all of which are essential in the eyes of the board of directors for any contractor to be considered Five-Star. Firms who take part in educational seminars and are active members in the NTCA, such as RTM, prove their commitment to adhere by the highest standards, and this is reflected in their work.

“We are delighted that RTM is now listed as one of our Five-Star Contractors,” exclaimed Bart Bettiga, executive director of the National Tile Contractors Association. “The firm does professional, first-class work and is comprised of professional, first-class people… most of whom I’ve known for years.”

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