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Royal Flush Sewer And Drain

Royal Flush Sewer And Drain

4.8 (11)
Customer first in everything we do. By putting the customer at the center of focus we succeed. If not for the customer we would not exist.  
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Carolina Coastal Handyman Services

Carolina Coastal Handyman Services

5.0 (2)
"For over 20 years CCHS LLC has been providing Quailty top Notch services to the Carolinas. We are insured & bonded in the SC , NC , GA, FL , we can handle any job , small or big
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Charlotte Turn Key Contractors LLC

Charlotte Turn Key Contractors LLC

5.0 (2)
We are licensed General contractors. We work from any renovations, flip homes, restoration, new construction to any related Insurance  claims.
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Juarez Landscaping

Juarez Landscaping

5.0 (2)
Effort and priority. Making sure the job is done right and leaving the customers yard nice and neat so their neighbors can be jealous of how it looks
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R + K Flooring

R + K Flooring

5.0 (1)
We have been in business since 2000. Our company is a small "Mom and Pop" business. My wife and I met while working at a hardwood flooring company. Our concern for customers, i.e., providing honest, quality work, led us to start our own business. We provide free estimates and specialize in hardwood floor installation. However, I  have been in the construction industry for over 30 years, and can do most "handyman" jobs: painting, trim work, decking, back splash installation, and many other home related work. ... View Profile
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Lased General Renovation

Lased General Renovation

5.0 (1)
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Diamond & Concrete

Diamond & Concrete

5.0 (1)
Give our best on every project not matter the size from the small to the biggest project. 
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Blue Earth Maintenance Group

Blue Earth Maintenance Group

We are working in the maintenance, demolition, construction field for over a decade. We have a vast experience in any project we come across our customers are highly satisfied, specially for our guarantee in every job that done. We are here to work with you slim anything, and treat you, welcome you to our big family. We are asbestos, lead licenseed. There is not small jobs for us, if you feel uncomfortable with anything in your house or business, not matter how small it is we are going to be there to fix it for you.  ... View Profile
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CCBM LLC

CCBM LLC

CCBM LLC  Mission statement   Our Mission is to provide our employees with an honest and helpful and safe working environment, where every employee individually and collectively, can dedicate themselves to providing our customers with exceptional workmanship, extraordinary service, and professional integrity.       Little information of what we can do for you! We do small home repairs, landscaping, grab bars shower heads, pressure washing, decks and so much more. We give free estimates in person or over the phone so please give us a call. Monday through Friday 8am-5pm with the numbers at the bottom or y ... View Profile
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CCBM Construction

CCBM Construction

We do small home repairs, landscaping, grab bars shower heads, pressure washing, decks and so much more. We give free estimates in person or over the phone so please give us a call. Monday through Friday 7am-7pm and Saturdays 9am-5pm. 803-490-4220  or  [email protected] www.ccbmconstruction.weebly.com ... View Profile
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Tile Installers
Read more about local pricing and what to expect in our cost guide.

Frequently asked questions

How much does tile installation cost near me?

Tile installation costs $7 to $15 per square foot for tiling a floor, shower, or bathroom walls and $20 to $35 per square foot for a backsplash. Tile contractors charge $40 to $100 per hour on average. Total costs depend on the room, project size, and quality and size of the tile.

  • Tiling a backsplash costs $600 to $1,300.
  • Tiling a floor costs $1,000 to $4,500.
  • The cost to retile a shower is $800 to $3,000.

How long does tile flooring last?

Porcelain and ceramic tile flooring lasts 50 to 100 years on average, while natural stone tile such as granite and marble has a life expectancy of more than 100 years.


Does tile increase home value?

Tile adds value to a home when properly installed with up-to-date materials. Installing tile flooring, bathroom walls, or a backsplash has a 50% to 70% return on investment on average.


How long does it take tile contractors to lay tile?

Laying new tile takes 1 to 3 days to install on average, depending on the size of the project, type and size of tile, and if there's a subfloor in place with suitable floor joists.


What is the best type of tile?

When selecting the best type of tiling to use for your home, consider the various ratings and tile types:

Tile ratings

  • PEI Rating – Indicates the tile hardness and durability. The scale ranges from 1 to 5, with most residential floors needing a 2 or 3 rating depending on foot traffic.
  • Slip Resistance Rating – The coefficient of friction (COF) measures the slip resistance of tile on a scale of 1 to 10, with ten being the most slip-resistant.

Types of tiling

  • Ceramic and porcelain is the most common and cost-effective tiling materials used in homes. Ceramic and porcelain tiles are stain-resistant, easy to install, flexible, temperature-tolerant, and water-resistant for use in bathrooms and kitchens.
  • Glass tiling is one of the most visually appealing materials that's easy to clean, impervious to water, and eco-friendly. However, glass is one of the most expensive materials and requires professional installation.
  • Natural stone – Granite, slate, limestone, and travertine are beautiful, eco-friendly, and durable stones that are not as slippery as ceramic. Natural stone is also the most expensive, can be scratched or chipped, and some need sealing to prevent water damage.
  • Marble has a unique, smooth, shiny look that mirrors the look of natural stone. Marble is a natural material that's durable and easy to clean. Marble is more expensive and softer than porcelain, and can be scratched or chipped.
  • Metal – Copper and stainless steel tiling provide a high-end rustic appearance in shades of red, brown, and green. These materials are easy to clean and eco-friendly, but changes in appearance over time, need regular maintenance, and are among the most expensive materials.

What's the difference between porcelain and ceramic tile?

Ceramic and porcelain tile are the cheapest and most cost-effective, but have a few differences:

Porcelain vs. ceramic tile
Porcelain tile Ceramic tile
  • Denser and more durable
  • Longer lifespan
  • Higher PEI rating
  • Best for high traffic rooms and bathrooms
  • More water-resistant
  • Softer
  • Easier to cut and install
  • Cheaper
  • Best for interior floors, walls

Can you install tile over tile, concrete, linoleum, vinyl, plywood, or drywall?

Tile can be installed over tile if the subfloor is concrete or a sound surface that's level and free of mold and mildew. Tile can also be installed over concrete, linoleum, vinyl, plywood, and drywall, depending on the circumstances and tile material used.


How do I find tile companies in my area?

Start by searching our list of tile layers, then compare reviews and costs. After finding and contacting potential services:

  • Get at least three estimates from tile installers to compare.
  • Ask for recommendations from family, friends, and neighbors.
  • Select companies that are licensed, insured, and certified.
  • Read reviews and check out their previous work on HomeGuide, Google, and the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
  • Look for tile contractors that are a member in the National Tile Contractors Association (NTCA) or training through the Ceramic Tile Education Foundation (CTEF).
  • Ask about their warranties and guarantees.
  • Ask for a full itemized estimate in writing.
  • Avoid making large payments upfront. Come up with a payment schedule for work completed.

After asking questions and verifying their credentials, hire the best tile installers in your area.


What questions to ask local tile contractors before hiring?

When hiring a tile installer, ask them the following questions:

  • How long have you been in business?
  • How many similar projects have you completed?
  • Can I see your portfolio of tiling projects?
  • Are you licensed, insured, and bonded?
  • Are you certified with the NTCA or CTEF?
  • Can you provide testimonials and references from past customers?
  • Are there any potential complications you foresee with this project?
  • How long will the project take?
  • What precautions do you take for mold and mildew?
  • Do you use greenboard in damp areas?
  • Does your installation allow for expansion?
  • Do you use sealant on the tiles and grout?
  • How do you plan to connect the new tile with flooring in adjacent rooms?
  • Do you install subfloor heating?
  • Who's the project manager, and will you use subcontractors?
  • What permits do I need, and will you obtain them?
  • What does your warranty policy include?
  • Can you provide me a written estimate or contract with a breakdown of all costs?
  • What happens when your costs exceed the budget?
  • What’s your payment schedule?
  • What do I need to provide to get started?

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