About Us

About Tile Gallery

Henry J. Maier

Henry J. Maier founded Tile Gallery in 1976 after working in the ceramic tile industry for over twenty years. The initial “Tile Gallery Team” was made up of three individuals who had a dream of working for themselves. Hank Maier, Walt Costello, and Max Ornstein were instrumental in starting the company and developing the business with their collective 75 years of experience.

Located in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, just north of Philadelphia, Tile Gallery services the contractor and retail trades in the Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey areas.

Kevin Maier

When Henry Maier retired in 1993, his son Kevin took over Tile Gallery’s leadership. Having been brought up in the business, Kevin is familiar with every aspect of the company. Keeping to family tradition, Kevin has surrounded himself with the most talented staff imaginable to help bring the company to where it is today.


Import the finest products from Italy and Spain which has helped Tile Gallery become a major competitor in the industry by focusing on the best lines for its markets.
Stock LVT & LVP (Luxury Vinyl Tile and Planks) along with porcelain pavers which allows Tile Gallery to cover your flooring needs inside and outside.
Offer a new on-site Design Center where contractors can work one-on-one with their clients to finalize their design plans.
Provide excellent customer service by employing the most qualified support team encompassing sales representatives, office staff, warehouse staff, and delivery personnel.
Continually strive to find the right products for an ever-changing market by developing strong relationships with its customers.
Maintain a small family-business environment with its strongest commitment to customer service.


Tile Gallery deals directly with factories and manufacturers. We offer the highest quality product at the best price possible. We excel in customer service to ensure that you are happy with your tile purchase!

We would like to warn you about discount retail stores which claim they offer the lowest prices on ceramic and porcelain tiles. These stores bring in vast quantities of tile and work on very small margins just to capture the sale. Beware of second runs, calibration issues and dye lot variations among other irregularities. This warning also applies to internet sales. Internet companies can be geographically remote, resulting in expensive shipping costs and making returns and/or exchanges of damaged goods nearly impossible.