Progress 2021: Edgar’s Tile serves community

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By Katie Bohannon, News Editor

New premium construction services are sweeping Gadsden, courtesy of Edgar Santos. The owner of Edgar’s Tile, LLC, discusses his journey to Noccalula Road and his service to his community.

Born and raised in El Salvador, Santos moved to the United States 31 years ago. Inspired to discover a better life and profession for himself, Santos expressed his love for his country and the Gadsden community. 

A veteran in the tile business for 25 years, Santos opened Edgar’s Tile to showcase his unique, ever-changing designs.

“I’ve lived in Gadsden 27 years,” said Santos. “I decided at this point in my life, Gadsden would benefit from a unique tile showroom. Gadsden needed a showroom to display the best and most unique tile that can be found, and I am so excited to provide that!”

Santos dedicates his showroom to his customers, who he strives to please with each project. He is currently expanding his business to add plumbing services to his tiling options to better serve his community.

Santos stated that what he enjoys the most about his profession is that each job is different in its own way, and his favorite aspect of every project is witnessing happy customers. He hopes to gain established relationships for future business, reflecting on his wonderful customers who have emerged as partners throughout the past decades.

Santos encouraged interested customers to contact him to discover all the options he has to offer.

“Feel free to discuss with me anything you’d like,” said Santos. “If you have any tile needs, details or ideas [please share them]. I love new challenges!”

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