FAQ

 
Tile FAQ's

Tile FAQ's

Isn't ceramic tile expensive?

Today, with the advancements that have been made in the manufacturing, shipping and fabrication of ceramic tile, this is no longer the case. As a general rule, there is now a wide selection of ceramic and porcelain tiles as well as other stones that prices out very competitively.

How long will it take for you to get to my project?

We are usually able to schedule your work to be completed in a very timely manner. Usually within the week. Weekend scheduling is also available upon request.

How long will it take you to complete my project once you start it? 

We will arrive to your jobsite between 8 and 9 am on the day of scheduling. We will stay focused on your project solely, until it is completed. We can complete smaller projects like bathroom floors and countertops in one day and larger floor work in 2 to 3 days.

How do I schedule you to start my project for me? 

That's as easy as picking up the phone and giving s a call or even sending us an email with your contact information enclosed.

Tile is heavy! Can you help me get this stuff home?

We understand that most homeowners are simply not equipped to handle large amounts of ceramic tile products. A load of tile and mortar can get into the thousands of pounds pretty quickly. If you need help getting your ceramic or porcelain tile hauled to the job site, we have the trucks that can handle the job for you.

Which rooms of my house could I or should I tile?

These days it is not at all uncommon to put ceramic or porcelain tile throughout yourentire house. With it being such a permanent substance, people are turning to it for floors in their living and sleeping areas now as much as in the cooking and wet areas. It is an economical solution that doesn't have to be professionally cleaned from time to time like carpet, nor does it have to be replaced every 5 or 10 years like carpet.

How long will slate last?

The life span of ceramic or porcerlain tile is virtually endless. In India, there are many buildings over 1000 years old, which still have their original slate tile floors still intact. Your tile installation should last you for as long as you own the house or until you just want to change it out for a new look.