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Should you DIY or Go Pro? Ask These Questions to Figure It Out

When determining whether to DIY common home remodeling and improvement projects or whether you should hire a professional, the first consideration should be safety. Even if you think you understand how to tackle the project, some jobs are simply unsafe for homeowners with little to no construction experience to handle. Next comes money. Consider which option is more cost-effective overall. The answer will depend on the type and complexity

Beginners Guide to Different Types of Tile

Marble and granite and limestone, oh my! The types of tile flooring span a wide variety of different colors, shapes, textures and—most importantly—materials. If you're thinking about replacing your floors with tile, first off, congratulations on making a decision that will give you beautiful, resilient floors that will last as long as your home. Secondly, roll up your sleeves and get ready to learn about what makes each tile

By |2019-11-26T07:00:00-05:00November 26th, 2019|Company News, Tile|3 Comments

9 Requirements of a Quality Tile Installer

A skilled tile installer – particularly a Certified Tile Installer (CTI) - will: Use the correct methods and materials for installing tile products. Use premium bonding materials. Carefully control site conditions. Ensure that the installation will be on a flat surface. Ensure that the installation surface is rigid. Know to use a crack isolation membrane when necessary. Pay attention to industry standards for minimum mortar coverage. Know to use

By |2018-07-01T12:00:59-04:00July 1st, 2018|Tile, Tile Flooring|1 Comment

Tile Trends

Tile walls and floors in your home may come in a variety of styles, colors and shapes. You have seen interesting shapes and colors before, but you may not be aware of the many styles you can choose from. This article explains all the styles you may use, and each style you choose will help enhance your kitchen or bathroom. Consider which style will look best, and consider blending

By |2015-09-17T14:30:18-04:00September 17th, 2015|Tile, Tile Flooring|0 Comments
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