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Ready for a Tile makeover?

October 18, 2012

Is your tile floor in desperate need of an upgrade? Do you have cracked bath tiles? Let one of our pre-screened and approved tile contractors give your tile that much-needed makeover. From ceramic tile to kitchen backsplashes, slate flooring to custom tile design, our Denver tile installers have the experience and expertise to get the job done right.

During your bathroom remodel or your kitchen upgrade, you may not know the exact look you are going for. Picking the right tile design and tile color can change the entire appearance of your room. Our tile installers have a wide variety of experience and can give you some inspiration for your remodel.

When picking the perfect tile for your bathroom remodel or kitchen remodel, first you must decide where the tile will be placed. Glass tile is usually for backsplashes and walls. Quarry, ceramic tile, and porcelain tile can be used for counters and floors. Another thing to consider is budget. Vinyl and linoleum tiles are more on the inexpensive side compared to custom designed ceramic tiles.

Also important to consider in your choice for new tile, what is your family’s lifestyle? If you need a tile that is easy to maintain and heat resistant, ceramic tile would be an ideal choice. However, ceramic tile can also chip and crack, making it a less than ideal pick for a rough and tough family.

Picking a tile floor can be just as confusing as picking your tile countertop. Tile flooring needs to have enough texture to prevent it from being slippery when wet. It is important to pick a tile specifically made for your floor. But just like with tile countertops, there are plenty of options to consider for your tile floor. Quarry tile is a very elegant look. It can look like natural stone, but is more expensive than your traditional ceramic tile.

The tile on your backsplash is where you can get creative. Being that the backsplash in your kitchen doesn’t need to withstand heavy traffic or high heat, the options are endless. Deciding on a color first will help narrow down the choices. Porcelain tile, ceramic tile, glass tile or other stone materials are all great for your backsplash.

Having your tile installed properly is very important; so don’t take the risk of hiring an inexperienced tile installer. Our tile contractors are extremely knowledgeable and will work with you in creating the look you are seeking for your kitchen, bath or floor.