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(215) 239-9298
475 South Henderson Road King of Prussia, PA 19406
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Colonial Marble and Granite is a family owned business providing design and fabrication of stone ...
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431 Fairmont Avenue Trafford, PA 15085
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2327 West Sunbury Road Boyers, PA 16020
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Pittsburgh Tile

Tile is one of the oldest and best materials for use in a bathroom. Its surface is waterproof, and it looks great, too. In Pittsburgh, bathroom tile is about as commonplace as Steelers jerseys or Warhol paintings, but just because it shows up in homes all over Allegheny County doesn't mean that your bathroom tile can't be unique as well as functional.

Types of Tile
For the most part, Pittsburgh bathroom tile is either ceramic or porcelain. Porcelain tile is the glossy stuff that is generally found in shower stalls and on your walls. Though porcelain tile is a type of ceramic tile, all ceramic tile is not porcelain. Ceramic tile is used for walls and flooring and can often have the appearance of baked clay or brick.

Benefits of Bathroom Tile
The most striking benefit of bathroom tile in Iron City is its ability to withstand copious amounts of moisture for extended periods of time. Many Pittsburgh bathrooms contain tile that was put there more than half a century ago. A new shower or tub surround might be able to boast modern good looks at relatively low prices, but whether they have the durability of tile will take a long time to prove.

As far as appearances go, it's hard to imagine a classic Pennsylvania home without a tiled bathroom. In keeping with the long and rich history of Pittsburgh, bathroom tile gives aging southwestern PA's claw-foot tubs and antique fixtures a suitable backdrop. Tile, itself, has its own lengthy history, and its presence in just about any room brings an air of authenticity with it.

The Problem with Grout
Sometimes a bit of sacrifice is necessary in order to keep a material in good shape. When it comes to bathroom tile, Pittsburgh's moist environment plays a large role in how not the tile, but the grout in between it, ages. When there is a lot of moisture in the air, it takes things longer to dry. When certain materials remain wet for long periods of time, it is likely that mildew will form. As many Pittsburgh area homes have poor ventilation, and the area itself is quite moisture rich, grout between bathroom tiles is likely to breed, and be stained by, mildew. Though mildew stains are particularly difficult to remove from grout, grout replacement is generally inexpensive and can even be done without professional help.

Flooring Tile
While ceramic tile's color is baked in and permeates the entire depth of the tile, porcelain's color usually comes from a hard glaze on its surface. The difference in these processes gives porcelain a broader spectrum of colors, but makes plain ceramic tile a better choice for flooring, since the color cannot be worn through. When picking out flooring tile, Pittsburgh residents should pay special attention to where it will be placed. Some tile becomes very slippery when wet and has no place where people need to walk. Other floor tile has a textured surface that makes it much easier to walk on outside after a light rain or inside after a dip in the tub.

Prices of Tile
Tile installation varies greatly in price by the job. In Pittsburgh, bathroom tile installation from top to bottom can cost as much as $4,500, where simply redoing a shower might only cost $1,000. The best thing you can do as a homeowner is to get multiple estimates for what your job will cost, but remember, sometimes it's better to pay a little more for a place that comes highly recommended.

Recent Job Requests for Tile Contractors in Pittsburgh, PA


New Lead
Project: Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Date: 09/18/2018
Nature of Project: Replace existing flooring
What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence
What type of flooring material do you want to install or repair: Tile
Have you already purchased the materials for this project?: No
Desired Project Start Date: Within a few weeks
Comment: Install porcelain tile bathroom floor

New Lead
Project: Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Date: 09/18/2018
Kind of Project: Replace existing non-tile surface
Materials Provided by Customer: No
Location of Tile Installation: Floor
Type of Tile: Porcelain tile
Approx. Square Footage: More than 150 (large)
Borders: Don't Know
Request Stage: Ready to Hire
Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible
Property Owner: Yes
Comment: 315 square feet of basement including laundry room with a very small half bath. the half bath will require another ~ 25 feet of wall tile. Will also consider a small counter of 18" x 40" to be done in tile. this counter will have a bowl sink on top of it. The basement area and laundry room area has a drain. These two areas will need to be leveled around the drain. approximately 4 feet square.

New Lead
Project: Replace or Repair Grout
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Date: 09/18/2018
Request Stage: Ready to Hire
Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible
Property Owner: Yes
Comment: Master bathroom shower -- grout chipped in corner leading to (minor) water damage to the below bedroom ceiling -- quick fix was to seal grout along the edges, but seal has developed mold -- hoping to have grout repaired along edges where sealant had been placed

New Lead
Project: Clean & Seal Grout or Tile
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Date: 09/18/2018
Type of Service: Clean / Seal grout or tile
Request Stage: Ready to Hire
Desired Completion Date: Within 1 week

New Lead
Project: Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Date: 09/18/2018
Kind of Project: Replace existing non-tile surface
Materials Provided by Customer: Yes
Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
Desired Completion Date: More than 2 weeks
Comment: Kitchen Floor of Townhouse built in 1995. I am the original owner. Existing Vinyl flooring which was glued down by builder. Existing wood baseboard. Would like to install approx. 10 feet x 12 feet area with 6"x6" tile; cut tile in half to make bullnose tile for baseboard. Appliances {Fridge(no water hookup), built in dishwasher, gas oven} will need to be moved and re- installed when tile floor is completed. Keeping existing wood cabinets and countertop.

New Lead
Project: Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile
Location: pittsburgh, PA
Date: 09/18/2018
Approx. Square Footage: 25-150 (medium)
Borders: Don't Know
Kind of Project: Tile for new construction
Materials Provided by Customer: No
Type of Tile: Glazed ceramic tile
Request Stage: Ready to Hire
Desired Completion Date: Within 1 week
Property Owner: Yes
Comment: Glazed ceramic tile install

New Lead
Project: Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile
Location: penn hills, PA
Date: 09/17/2018
Kind of Project: Replace existing non-tile surface
Materials Provided by Customer: Yes
Request Stage: Ready to Hire
Desired Completion Date: 1 - 2 weeks

New Lead
Project: Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Date: 09/17/2018
Kind of Project: Tile Installation
Select the type of tile: Ceramic or Porcelain
Materials Provided by Customer: Yes
What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence
Location of Tile Installation: Floor
Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible
Property Owner: Yes
Comment: tile install

New Lead
Project: Install Natural Stone Tile
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Date: 09/17/2018
Kind of Project: Replace existing non-tile surface
Materials Provided by Customer: Yes
Type of Stone: Marble
Location of Tile Installation: Walls
Stone Size: 4 x 4 or smaller
Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
Desired Completion Date: More than 2 weeks
Historical Work: No
Property Owner: Yes
Comment: I have purchased all the materials for this project. Marble and glass accent for the kitchen backsplash. There is wallpaper in the space now. Looking forward to a change. It’s about 20 sq. feet. I would like to get an estimate.

New Lead
Project: Repair Ceramic or Porcelain Tile- For Business
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Date: 09/17/2018
Kind of Project: Tile Repair
Select the type of tile: Ceramic or Porcelain
Materials Provided by Customer: No
What kind of location is this?: Business
Location of Tile Installation: Other
Request Stage: Ready to Hire
Desired Completion Date: Within 1 week
Property Owner: Yes
Comment: i have some metal edging that transitions from a laminate floor to tile floor. the edging needs to be replaced and secured to a concrete floor in a restaurant.

Unscreened Tile Contractors in Pittsburgh

TSC Home Renovations
102 E. 7th Ave.
Homestead, PA 15120
Palmer Construction & Improvements Co., Inc.
1225 Washington Blvd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Ray Templer Construction
637 Sara Lane
Verona, PA 15147
DJ Mitchell Enterprises
138 Mayhue Drive
Aliquippa, PA 15001
FSU Enterprises
177 Nagel Ln.
Knox, PA 16232
AP Building Company
1701 Texas Ave
West Mifflin, PA 15122
Carpet Network of Gibsonia
1150 B Middlesex St.
Gibsonia, PA 15044
Soho Invention
1940 Fifth Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219