Proud History. Promising Future.
At Merrimac Tile and Flooring, we’re still willing to do what it takes to get the job done – just like our founders were in the 1940s.
In 1940, Frank Indoccio and his three brothers set out with the goal to open up their own tile business in the midst of World War II. After years of never losing sight of this goal, the Indoccio brothers realized their dream and founded Merrimac Tile and Stone in 1946. By 1953, they were running their company from a building in Derry, New Hampshire.
The brothers of Merrimac Tile and Stone were recognized early on for their expertise and skills. They completed prominent commercial projects, such as 1,600 apartments at Pease Air Force Base, numerous Budweiser Brewery halls and bathrooms in New Hampshire, Virginia and Florida, and various jobs at Manchester Airport. In the Boston area, they completed work at the Museum of Fine Arts, the JFK Federal Building and 100 Lansdowne Street, which showcased their myriad of talents as it included the installation of wood, marble and carpet throughout the 25-story building.
In the 1980s, Merrimac Tile and Flooring took on residential projects as Frank’s son, Tom, joined the family business.
In 2019, Merrimac Tile and Stone became Merrimac Tile and Flooring as a division of Capital Carpet & Flooring Specialists, Inc. Tom now carries out the same values on which his father built the company as the Vice President/General Manager.
Today, Merrimac Tile and Flooring upholds the commitment to quality work that has been its cornerstone for over eight decades. We are proud to remain a trusted partner in commercial flooring for so many New England contractors and developers.
If you’d like to work with us, please reach out today. We would be happy to talk about how we can put our expertise and experience to work for you!