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Acme Brick Tile & Stone - Houston Metro Area - Foundations & Masonry - Marble & Granite

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5020 Acorn St
Houston, TX 77092
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Since 1891, millions of homeowners have relied on the beauty, durability, and lasting quality of Acme Brick. The Acme Brick logo is stamped onto select residential brick for very specific reasons. When you see the Acme name, you can be sure that the bricks are:

- Hard-fired for lasting strength
- Tested for durability and safety
- American-made by an American-owned company
- Backed with two of the strongest commitments in the industry: 100 Year Limited Guarantee for homebuyers and Good Housekeeping seal.

Acme Brick, Tile & Stone is a complete masonry resource for builders, architects, designers, contractors, and consumers. Our stores are open to the public and offer all the elements of success for a stylish floor or wall project, which include:

- Installation tools and materials
- Sealing and cleaning supplies
- Expert tile and stone consultants on duty during store hours.

Acme Brick Tile & Stone
(855) 226-9065
Callable Hours:
Sun: — Closed —
Mon: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Tue: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Thu: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri: 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Sat: — Closed —
Times Zone: Central (GMT -06:00)
Houston is the biggest city in the Lone Star state of Texas and the fourth largest in the US. Its population hovers roughly around 1.9M people and the city spans more than 550 square miles. Houston and its surrounding areas are best known for being an oil town and make up the sixth-largest metropolitan area in the U.S., with a population base of over than 5 million people. Named after General Sam Houston in June 5, 1837 the town hit pay-dirt when in 1901 oil was discovered in city limits. Of course now, Houston's economic base is broader including energy, space, and technology industries. Did you know that no other city except New York is home to more Fortune 500 companies? Houston's Port handles a massive volume of international waterborne tonnage is #2 in total cargo received and shipped. Houston is a beautiful (albeit hot!) southern, multicultural city, with a large and growing international community. Popular neighborhoods include: Downtown, South Side, Texas Medical Center, Southwest, Fondren, Meyerland, Sharpstown, Westbury, Midtown, Uptown, Galleria, Museum District, First Ward, Second Ward, Third Ward, Fourth Ward, Fifth Ward, Sixth Ward, Greenway Plaza and Montrose.
Acme Brick Tile & Stone - 5020 Acorn St, Houston, TX 77092 - (855) 226-9065