Capco Tile & Stone

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5800 E. Jewell Avenue, Denver910 Nottingham Rd #N8, Avon5345 Arapahoe Ave. Unit #1, Boulder0062 Country Rd Bldg B-2, Carbondale30 West Costilla, Colorado Springs3665 Canal Drive, Unit D, Fort Collins2522 Hwy 6 & 50, Grand Junction365 Warren Avenue, Units 204 & 205, Silverthorne3775 W. Teco Ave. Unit 4, Las Vegas, NV

Capco Tile & Stone

Since 1977 CAPCO Tile & Stone has provided the Rocky Mountain region with an expansive selection of tile and stone. The company imports a considerable amount of its products from Italy, but also ships specialty materials from around the world. In addition to having one of the best selections in the region, CAPCO prides itself on customer satisfaction. Because of the company’s expansion in recent years, it has become even easier to work with CAPCO throughout the Rocky Mountain area. They have developed a distribution network that makes pick-up easy for the customer. With several satellite branches throughout Colorado and Nevada, the company has put its ideals of customer service into reality.

With that same customer focus in mind, the team at CAPCO has begun to utilize Geotech printing technology, which enables them to actually print digitally-mastered patterns onto tile. These patterns can be simple or very complex. Some common usages of the technology include copying the look of types of stone that are either in extremely high demand or that have run out in the mines and quarries. This allows a CAPCO customer to essentially “print” any kind of stone he or she wants. This process can also be manipulated to work with different color palettes than might normally be available to someone in search of the perfect color and tone to fit their décor. Perhaps the most impressive thing about this process—other than how simple it is for the customer—is the complexity of the patterns that can be printed. The images used can be simple color patterns that look like real stone or they can even be printed with text on them. An entire mural could be printed on tile and then installed onto a wall as simply as regular tile would be.