Travertine. Ceramic. Porcelain. Slate. Without a doubt, there’s a tile for every style. Installing tile correctly for a given space is a true art, so call on the pros to avoid costly mistakes.
A quality tile contractor will explain the differences between the various types of tile and help you choose the best option for your job. Tile installation and replacement work often involves repair of subflooring and problems caused by water damage and deteriorating Sheetrock, so ask your installer about what will be included in the scope of the job. Tiled areas that will be exposed to water, such as kitchens and bathrooms, require different materials and preparation than a tiled entryway, for example; make sure that you and your contractor are on the same page before the project begins.
Brand-new tile increases the aesthetic appeal of any kitchen, bathroom, or other space in a home. And as a bonus, tile’s overall durability and water resistance will make keeping your home clean and tidy a little easier.
For more information, contact a Best Pick Tile Installation specialist.