This is by far the most asked question and the hardest to answer.
- First of all figure out your square footage. If you need help calculating square footage this website will help.
- Multiplying that by $9 - $12 for everything except of course your tile to get an idea of the range for your tile installation.
- Contact Ron with your calculated square footage and he can give you a better idea knowing exactly what the scope of your project includes.
Remember a lot depends on the size of your room, the type of project, the tile you choose, the pattern or lay out of the tile, existing conditions of the floor, etc.
The cost of ceramic tile plus installation is usually higher than other flooring options but because of it's durability, it's considered the least expensive in the long term. It will, in many cases last as long as the home and increase your homes value.
Once an invoice is signed and a deposit is received we will put you in our first available slot. Usually this is within 2 month period of the signed invoice.
Wall tiles are not intended to be load bearing and are usually thinner, and softer. They are not intended to be used as floor tile.
Floor tiles on the other hand can be applied to walls without any problems.
Not really. Tile temperature is no different than anything else in the room. It just hold it's temperature better.
You can always install a heat mat under your tile to make it temperature controlled.
An under-tile warming system costs $1,100 or more for a 10x10-foot bathroom.
If you choose a light colored grout then a sealer is used to prevent "wear paths", and to make cleaning easier.
You are much better off using a grout in a medium or dark color to prevent this.
In a shower you usually have the opposite problem with soap scum accumulating in the grout lines.
Ask Ron about the variety of grout adhesive to prevent staining.