What does it take to be outstanding at Tile and Masonry?
If you ever ponder a tile or masonry project you will see the intricate patterns and colorful details. Matching stones, tiles, colors, surfaces, and shapes is a complex process. For us it takes as much precision to complete a project such as the Portland Transit Mall, as it does to meet Phil Knight’s expectations in the team facilities at the UO Matthew Knight Arena. And we are creative too! An example is our work on the intricate Evergreen Space Museum “Planet Walk” that depicts each planet with stunning textures and materials.
Most important to our customers is our extensive jobsite experience and our understanding of both the potential, and the limitations, of the tile, masonry and paving materials we use. Our goal is to work with clients to ensure optimal choices for successful tile and masonry installations. From new construction and remodels, to historic renovations, Schonert & Associates is a favorite choice of architects, designers, general contractors, and building owners alike.
Schonert & Associates specializes in commercial stone, tile, and masonry paving for both interior and exterior applications. Schonert & Associates has expertise in Natural Stone, Cultured Stone, Flagstone, Ceramic, Glass and Porcelain tile, Glass Blocks, Travertine, Marble, Granite and Masonry Pavers. Interior and Exterior stone and masonry projects in the Portland Metro Area, Beaverton, Lake Oswego, Salem, Eugene, Vancouver and throughout Oregon and Washington.
We are truly a family of stone and tile craftsmen. Don Schonert grew up in the business and now his sons, Josh and Jason, are craftsmen as well.
We work both indoors and outdoors. The stone paths at North Park Square in the Pearl, or the gardens at Lewis and Clark College, are both interesting examples of outdoor stone applications.
The personality of a building or space comes to life through the creative use of stone and tile accents. Interesting patterns, materials, and color compositions create character and charm.