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Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Installers in Atlanta, GA

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Prescreened Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Installers in Atlanta, GA

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Things Honey Won't Do

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(678) 202-1634
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman
  • Decks
  • Tile
  • Painting
First Contractor, Inc.

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(877) 487-9053
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpets
  • Wood Floors
  • Vinyl/Laminate Floors
  • Tile/Stone Floors
Pronto Home Repairs
(404) 439-0540
Areas of Expertise
  • Home Repairs
  • General Handyman
  • Carpentry
  • Drywall Repairs & Touchup Paint
  • Electric Repair
Featured Review

"I bought a new home in which the sellers used some pretty shoddy contractors for some of the work, specifically the doors which were not closing properly. I reached out to Pronto Home repairs through Home Advisor. They responded quickly, gave me a fair quote for work. Inspected and pointed out all the issues I had, and while the ideal solution would have been to replace the frames of some incorrectly installed doors, they helped me sand down the doors and realigned them on their hinges. A very workable solution until I call them back to help me install new frames. "

- olu S. from atlanta, GA
Cornerstone Outsourcing, LLC
(678) 798-4102
Areas of Expertise
  • Popcorn Ceiling Removal
  • Drywall Installation & Repair
  • Painting
  • Home Renovation
Featured Review

"They did beautiful work and Christopher was so professional. The work looks so professional and beautiful."

- stacey A.
A & B Tile Plus
(678) 798-4704
Areas of Expertise
  • Bathroom
  • Fine Tilework
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"The work was great. Had trouble pinning them down as to when they would show up for work. However, they did get the job done in the time frame they gave me."

- jean Y. from marietta, GA
Tile Works
(404) 439-0863
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile
Featured Review

"Great job, fast and great price. Took out old damaged floors and installed new tile. Looks great! "

- amy A. from smyrna, GA
Green Pacific Enterprises
(678) 798-4531
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile Installation (Porcelain, Marble, Natural Stone Tile, Back Splash Etc)
  • Combo Contracting (Tile, Sheetrock, Paint, Etc)
  • Tile & Porcelain Maintenance, Re-Grouting, Enhancing, Etc.
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"Ari and his crew were a pleasure to work with. Very informative on the schedule and progress of the project The renovation looks fantastic Defenitly I will hire them for future jobs"

- adrian V. from atlanta, GA
Acevedo Tile, LLC
(404) 946-7856
Areas of Expertise
  • Stone & Tile
Featured Review

"They did an excellent job. They are easy to work with; the had great design ideas and know what they're doing. I highly recommend them!"

- michael F.
T D Ceramics Tile & Stone
(678) 798-5299
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile Flooring
  • Counter-tops
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"Very professional and friendly."

- linda S. from chamblee, GA

Unscreened Tile Contractors in Atlanta, Georgia

Tile & Stone By Design, LLC
118 Colemans Bluff
Woodstock, GA 30188
Horizon Remodeling & Construction
1315 Timber Walk Drive
Loganville, GA 30052
Tile Everything
832 Glen Abbey Court
Sugar Hill, GA 30518
Paul Henderson Builder
3230 Aspen Circle
Snellville, GA 30078
Proactive Services, Inc.
6375 Lakeview Dr.
Buford, GA 30518

Things to Consider Before You Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile in Atlanta, Georgia:

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

    Floor
    Wall
    Tub/Shower
    Countertop
    Backsplash
  • 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?

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Atlanta Ceramic Tile

Few products are more widely used in Atlanta home improvement projects than ceramic tile. Not only are ceramic tiles functional and attractive in just about any application, the fact that they come in so many different styles allows homeowners to customize Atlanta ceramic tile installations like no other product on the market.

Applications The question isn't whether there's an optimal area to install ceramic tile in Atlanta, but more one of whether there's anywhere in the home where they're not a quality choice. Here's a list of some of the most popular uses of ceramic tiles in the home improvement industry.

  • Tile Countertops—Kitchen countertops are a great place to install ceramic tile. From the conservative, warm look of tile that mimics natural stone, to festive, hand-painted, Mexican tile designs, there's a ceramic tile in Atlanta to fit any kitchen design. Make sure your countertop tile is either glazed or sealed, however, to prevent stains from soaking into the tile and stealing the spotlight.

  • Ceramic Floor Tile—When it comes to flooring, ceramic floor tile in Atlanta is becoming more and more popular for several reasons. For starters, Atlanta ceramic floor tile is more durable than it has ever been, making it a good choice to meet the demands of even high traffic areas in your home. Second, the ability of ceramic tile manufacturers to perfectly mimic other popular tile materials (particularly stone tiles, like travertine, marble, and slate), make it a cost-effective alternative to otherwise expensive floor coverings.

  • Bathrooms—Ceramic tile and bathrooms are about as synonymous as Atlanta and Coca Cola. That's because Atlanta ceramic tile is a great fit for the demands of bathrooms across the metropolitan area. It's attractive, waterproof when installed correctly, can meet the needs of multiple applications (including vanity tops, Atlanta ceramic floor tile, wall tile, showers, and bathtubs), and it comes in more designs, colors and textures than you can shake a plunger at.

  • Outdoor Uses for Ceramic Tile in Atlanta—Installing mosaic ceramic tile in Atlanta swimming pools isn't anything new, but few people think of ceramic tile as a good fit for outdoor patios and walkways. Well, it is. More traditional ceramic tiles are always an option, though most homeowners opt for imitation stone ceramic floor tile in Atlanta. If you are thinking outdoors for your Atlanta ceramic tile, be sure to purchase impervious rated tile. Ceramic is prone to moisture absorption, which can lead to cracked and damaged tile if the temperature drops below freezing. Impervious tile has a moisture absorption rate of less than 3 percent, making it more than strong enough to survive the mild winters and occasional freezes Atlanta is known for.

  • Decorative Tile—Seeing as how looks are one of the reasons Atlanta ceramic tile is so popular, it's not surprising that decorative applications should round out our list. Mosaic ceramic tile, stamped tiles, hand-painted tiles, and custom made ceramic tiles are just a few examples of what the decorative side of the ceramic tile industry has to offer. Framing windows, creating borders around flooring and fireplace surrounds, and tiling beautiful backsplashes in kitchens and bathrooms, are just a few of the areas where decorative ceramic tile is a wonderful solution.

    Costs Clearly, ceramic tiles in Atlanta provide the kind of selection and versatility that Atlanta homeowners expect from a building material. But what does installing ceramic tile in Atlanta typically cost? HomeAdvisor uses homeowner surveys to track Atlanta ceramic tile installation jobs that originate in our system, and based on that information we can give you an idea. Expect to pay in the neighborhood of $2,600 for an average Atlanta ceramic tile installation, including materials and installation. Of course, that figure can vary quite a bit from project to project, mostly as a result of two factors: 1) tile choice (whether you chose a generic Atlanta ceramic floor tile or a custom made, hand-painted variety, for example), and 2) the size of the application. If you're looking to shave some cost off of your Atlanta ceramic floor tile installation, or any other ceramic tile installation, think about a DIY job. You'll need to polish up on your tiling skills, and your job might not quite look "professional grade," but at $5 to $10 per square foot for installation alone, you can significantly reduce your costs by doing it yourself. Otherwise, get bids from at least three installers and check their references to ensure that you get the best price, service, and product possible on your new Atlanta ceramic tile project.