Brekhus Tile & Stone has a large team of highly-qualified commercial estimators, project managers, & drafters that will help you get your project completed smoothly and efficiently. Our team has several lifetimes of combined experience in different areas; from floor installations to mechanically hung stone. There is no job to small or too big for us.

In January 2016, Brekhus acquired the century-old Denver Marble Company along with it’s previous co-owner Scott Polak. Scott now heads our new Hard Surfaces division, which specializes in highly custom or large commercial stone projects.

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If there were 6 stars Brekhus would would have them! I have used them and worked with and have recommended them to my best customers and they ALWAYS nail it! The owners are super passionate about their industry and you don’t get jobs like Coors Field and Ameristar Casino unless you ROCK !
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The Caffall/Brekhus team went above and beyond when there was a major design change in the Court building entry. The MLK Jr. quote was moved from the West wall to the South wall and an 18′ medallion on the South wall was eliminated resulting in an 18′ diameter hole in the stone. Caffall & Brekhus scoured stone, literally across the world, to find stone that most closely matched stone that was installed already. Trying to match stone that was quarried 1.5 years earlier is nearly an impossible task given that the properties of stone changes as you move through a quarry. Once a close match was found (from a different quarry in a different country than the original stone) Caffall & Brekhus was able to hone/ polish / enhance the stone in order to obtain a closer match.  Had they not been able to accomplish this matching process the entire South wall would have had to be replaced which would have cost an additional $300,000.
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