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Prescreened Tile Flooring Installers in Phoenix, AZ

Albatros Flooring, LLC
13 Verified Ratings
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(480) 567-9375
18660 North Cave Creek Road
Phoenix, AZ 85024
Bullseye Renovation, LLC
26 Verified Ratings
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(480) 459-2752
20343 North Hayden Road, Suite 105-242
Scottsdale, AZ 85255

Serving Phoenix, AZ
Holtzman Home Improvement, LLC
115 Verified Ratings
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(480) 459-2782
1605 West University Drive, Suite 109
Tempe, AZ 85281

Serving Phoenix, AZ
Grout Lines USA, LLC
143 Verified Ratings
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(302) 319-6674
2255 West Germann Road
Chandler, AZ 85286

Serving Phoenix, AZ
Denix Construction, LLC
51 Verified Ratings
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(480) 567-9673
21015 North 53rd Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85308

Serving Phoenix, AZ

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Reviews of Phoenix Tile Flooring Installers

Project: Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile
Phoenix, AZ

Had Bullseye Renovation come out to install a back splash after we had some quartz countertops installed. We're getting a lot of compliments on how great it looks.

Project: Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile
Phoenix, AZ

Overall a good experience and competitive pricing on our floor installation. Tim was courteous and answered all of our questions well, and at the end of the install was happy to come back and correct a few small issues such as gaps between the existing baseboard and edge of tile. Quality of work was good overall and was completed within the timeframe given to us. Generally clean install, there was some dust leftover but that is to be expected with any tile install and cleans up fairly easily. Tim offered excellent advice on the grout color that would work best with the tile we selected and seems to have a solid grasp on good design decisions. I would definitely recommend Midwest Elite to friends looking for new floors.

Project: Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile
Phoenix, AZ

They did a good job with a bathroom remodel. They were prompt and professional. They encountered other problems that I felt ended up too expensive but it had to be done. I would recommend buying your own tile, so that you can exactly what you want.


Unscreened Tile Contractors in Phoenix, Arizona

GroupX, Inc.
5232 N. 21st Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85015
Elegant Floors & Showers
2935 N. 26th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Neander Stone

Phoenix, AZ 85004
Erik tile llc

Phoenix, AZ 85004
America's Tile & Marble Imports Inc
11649 N Cave Creek Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85020

Things to Consider Before You Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile in Phoenix, Arizona:

  • What kind of project is this?
  • Have you already purchased the tile for this project?
  • Where will the tile be installed?

  • What type of tile do you want to have installed?

    Glazed ceramic tile
    Special or custom tile
    Porcelain tile
    Want recommendation
    Ceramic mosaic tile
  • What is the approximate square footage of the area to be tiled?
  • Do you want any special borders or patterns?

Ideas & Inspiration from Phoenix Tile Contractors

Phoenix Ceramic Tile

From flooring to shower stalls, counters, backsplashes, and entryways, in Phoenix, ceramic tile is one of those materials that can pop up just about anywhere. Though there are certainly other options for moisture rich areas, tile remains one of the most popular choices for good reason. As tile combines durable performance with a beautiful looking material for a reasonable installation cost, few homeowners pass this material over. If you're looking to install ceramic tile, Phoenix is not only a city where it can be done affordably, but one where this material's appearance and performance can really shine!

Stone Tile vs. Ceramic Tile
In southwestern cities like Phoenix, ceramic tile is about as classic as you can get. However, because modern tastes tend to lean toward natural stone, deciding between the two can involve tradition as well as appearance. On one hand, a home that already has a southwestern feel to it practically begs for ceramic tile; Phoenix is a city that moves quickly, however, so going with stone is one way to separate your property from those around it. Both are solid, practical decisions, but there are a few benefits of each material that are worth considering before you make your decision.

Ceramic tile is usually cheaper, but stone tile also tends to be more highly coveted. Stone tile is stronger, harder to chip or crack, and tends to be laid with a tighter grout joint, cutting down on grime that gets trapped and the corresponding maintenance, but offers fewer color and design options than ceramic. In Phoenix, ceramic tile is going to look like it belongs in nearly any setting; stone tile, on the other hand, might separate the area it is installed in from the rest of the home, making other alterations necessary to maintain a sense of cohesion throughout the house. While these properties alone might you're your decision an easy one, it is also a good idea to let your home do some of the decision making for you.

Your home, your typical daily activity, and your budget may tell you outright which tile is right your home. Some tiles, for example, may become slippery when wet, making them a less-than-ideal choice for bathroom floors. To give you some indication, many homeowners find that the cheaper cost of ceramic tile outweighs any superior performance stone tile may deliver. In Phoenix, ceramic tile installation outnumbers stone tile by about three to one, which gives you a very good idea of the material that generally comes out on top in this debate.

Floor Tile
In Phoenix, ceramic floor tile is the most common type of tiling project and for good reason. Tile is a natural fit for kitchen and bathroom floors. Plus, with the exception of carpeting, no flooring material is cheap, and carpet is impractical for these heavy traffic areas of your home. Phoenix ceramic floor tile is often the least expensive flooring option that still meets all your needs and looks good doing it. On the other hand, in Phoenix, ceramic tile has even more options than in other places around the country. The mild winters, for example, can make ceramic tile plausible for outdoor patios and walkways. You may need a slightly higher-density line of ceramic, but it will also bring you unmatched landscaping and curb appeal.

Cost of Tile Installation
Though ceramic tile can be as much as a third of the cost of a high-quality stone material, the overall cost of a tile installation tends to be only a few hundred dollars. The reason is simple. A substantial portion of the cost will actually be consumed by labor costs. Don't think tile contractors are price-gouging, either. Tile installation is tedious, time-consuming, and messy; unless you know exactly what you're getting into, leave it to the professionals. The average Phoenix ceramic tile installation costs just less than $2,000 with recent projects indicating a range of $1,000 all the way up to $13,000.

Tile Installation Contractors
Finding an experienced and reliable Phoenix tile contractor is, without a doubt, the single most important task you'll have, and going to the nearest home improvement chain store assuming you'll find a better deal is not the easy solution it might seem. Though the prices for ceramic tile in such stores are enticing, local Phoenix ceramic tile professionals typically receive similar discounts and won't charge an arm and a leg for installation. Plus, independent installation professionals are known for more personalized services. They will often come to your home to inspect the installation area and give you advice on every aspect of your tiling project. HomeAdvisor offers additional assurances by putting each and every contractor through a rigorous 10-step screening process and providing you with convenient online customer ratings and reviews.