The home renovation series stars contractor, George Oliphant and his team of workers and volunteers, as they renovate the homes of deserving families. For five years, George and his team have traveled across the Tri-state area helping families in need.
This season, Tiles Unlimited, one of the largest local tile businesses based in Glendale, joins the team.
The episodes will highlight the stories of the Twibles (airing September 26) and the Sherwoods (airing October 17), two Long Island families in need of some renovation relief at home. Tiles Unlimited joins the rescue team to lighten the load of these families in some of the most spectacular ways.
“The renovations are second to why we do what we do,” said Andrew Serbo, Supervising Producer. “This show is based on the families, their story.” Tiles Unlimited joins the team to help these families who are both dealing with someone with health issues.
Tiles Unlimited donated a combined 956 square feet of tile and instillation materials to both families, “Working with the Tiles Unlimited team was a true pleasure. They wanted to help these families and stepped forward without question,” Serbo said. “Their work didn’t end with the delivery, they shared their knowledge and joined in the celebrations on reveal day. We look forward to working with them in the future.”
Located in Glendale, Tiles Unlimited is the source for premium tile products. Tiles Unlimited has the largest selection of ceramic, porcelain, natural stone, glass and metal tiles in Queens, with partnerships with the finest distributors and manufacturers in the world. Tiles Unlimited state-of-the-art showroom complete with architectural workstations and video screens that showcase completed tile designs. Tiles Unlimited is centrally located in Queens, just a short ride from Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Tiles Unlimited has been dedicated to helping others since its inception in 2004. “Our mission statement, making a difference on square foot at a time, resonates with me,” said Joseph Pipitone, President. “Life is about giving back.” In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, Tiles Unlimited donated approximately 30,000 square feet of tile to a total of 200 homeowners.
In 2015, Pipitone was awarded the Businessman of the Year Award by the Queens Centers for Progress, an organization committed to providing services and support to children and adults with developmental disabilities. Pipitone lives the Tiles Unlimited mission in and out of the office through his commitment to helping those in need.
“The world needs more people who are willing to give back, and I am proud to be one of those people,” said Pipitone.
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