Whether you need a kitchen backsplash, a floor, or a shower retiled, we have the experience and know how to get the job done right. We recognize that anyone can install tile, but a do it yourselfer doesn't have the knowledge that comes with years of practice. Minimizing tile lippage, maintain even grout lines, and making proper cuts takes time to master. We install tile with precision and perfection in mind. When you hire us, you can rest easy knowing you will have an impeccable tile job that others will admire.
Ceramic and porcelain tiles are the most popular varieties, but that doesn't mean you should stop there. There's also glass tile, cement, natural stones, and mosaic just to name a few. Tile is multipurpose, though some types are better than others for certain applications. With modern installation techniques however, we can get creative and interchange tile as one wishes. The cost of tile varies wildly from under a dollar to hundreds a square foot. If you're on a budget, there are plenty of good quality and affordable options.
Durable and versatile. Ceramic tile is great for kitchens, bathrooms, and hallways. It comes in hundreds of styles, and it's an excellent choice if you're budget conscious. You can choose between glazed and unglazed. Unglazed has a rustic finish and must be sealed after installation. Glazed ceramic tile requires little effort to maintain and clean.
Very similar to ceramic tile, but much denser. This difference gives porcelain tile a wider range of applications including shower walls and even outdoor use. Its density minimizes water absorption which makes it a great choice for wet areas. Porcelain tile usually costs more than ceramic. Luckily it has a price range from affordable to luxury.
Great if you're seeking a contemporary minimalistic look. Although glass tile can be fragile, it is still quite versatile. It can be used on walls, low traffic floors, and kitchen back-splashes just to name a few. Because it reflects light, glass is fast becoming a popular option for shower walls as it helps brighten up the bathroom making it appear larger. Its stain resistance also makes it an excellent choice for kitchen backsplashes. Starting at around $15 a square foot, glass tile can still be an affordable option when applied to a small area.
If natural beauty is what you seek, than look no further than natural stone tile. Marble, granite, travertine, and limestone are just a few examples of natural stone tiles available today. One of the best features of natural stone tile is that each tile is unique, thus every wall or floor in your home will be exclusively yours.
Typically used as an accent for shower niches and kitchen backsplashes, mosaic tile has quickly grown in polularity. It's now common to tile entire walls and floors with mosaic tile. Generally mosaic tiles are set on a mesh sheet with pre-determined patterns and styles, however thanks to their small factor, one can really let the imagination run wild and create unique designs.
Other tile options include: cement, metal, and wood.