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Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Installers in Denver, CO

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Prescreened Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Installers in Denver, CO

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Avi's Remodeling and Contracting, LLC

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(720) 506-8377
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions and Remodels
Explicit, LLC
(303) 801-9516
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile
  • Flooring Install
Featured Review

"Adolfo did a great job on my tile backsplash. Had some difficulty getting it scheduled but eventually he got it done and I am very happy with it. "

- brendan C. from denver, CO
All Designs Landscape, LLC
(720) 506-8017
Areas of Expertise
  • GENERAL LANDSCAPING, FENCES AND CONCRETE
  • Lawn and Garden Sprinkler System - Install and Repair
  • Installing Sod, Water Features
  • Flagstone, Patios, Firepits
  • Stone work - Retaining Walls
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"Juan and his team were great to work with. Very creative design he came up with and I love it."

- denise R. from lochbuie, CO
CM Tile & Stone

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(303) 531-9864
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile Installation
Black Rock Construction, LLC
(303) 476-9062
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman Services
  • Interior Remodel
  • Exterior Construction
  • Finish Carpentry
  • Specialty Installations & Repairs
Featured Review

"Installed a new window. Cut hole in wall and added window. All the work was done properly and professionally. Followed through when some touch up was needed. I just wish the window could have been the exact same as the existing ones."

- vaughan M. from littleton, CO
K and L Tiles, LLC
(303) 350-7290
Areas of Expertise
  • Stone , Glass & Porcelian Tile
Featured Review

"Review by: John and Cathie D. in Lakewood, CO Project: Master bathroom shower The project required the complete tear out of the old shower, pouring a new shower pan, and installing new tile. Nick is a skilled craftsman. His work is outstanding. Nick is on time, friendly, and courteous. His punctuality and conscientious attention to detail from start to finish shows his true ability. "

- john D. from denver, CO
I & J Stucco and Stone, LLC
(720) 313-9205
Areas of Expertise
  • Exterior Home or Structure - Paint or Stain
  • Interior Painting or Staining
  • Tile: Ceramic and Porcelain - Install - Materials Provided by Consumer
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"They're a good company. I'm happy with what they've done."

- duane J.
Flooring & Beyond
(720) 253-3803
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodels
  • Flooring
  • Tile
Featured Review

"Installed tile on a fireplace surround and hearth. The job was done well with a few minor blemishes to the fireplace itself. The price was very good and the Flooring & Beyond owner was very communicative. The person that came out to install the tile was professional and worked well with me to create the appropriate layout for our fireplace."

- chris D. from aurora, CO
Blue Sun Tile Installations
(720) 371-6654
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile: Natural Stone (Granite, Marble, Slate, Quartz, etc) - Install - Materials Provided by Consumer
  • Ceramic Tile and Natural Stone Installation
  • Floors, Showers, Kitchen Backsplashes, Tub Surrounds
  • Glass Tile, Intricate Layouts, Mosaics, Glass Block
  • Mud Shower Pans, Fireplace Tile, Stone and Grout Sealing
Featured Review

"It is refreshing to know there are still high quality, punctual, home improvement professionals. Chris focused on delivering a high quality job and was a delight to have in our home. If you are looking for an exceptional enhancement to your home, Chris will deliver."

- dick O. from denver, CO

Unscreened Tile Contractors in Denver, Colorado

Northstar Painting and Remodeling
3306 S. Geneva St.
Denver, CO 80231
The Fixician
1193 S. Beech Dr. #202
Lakewood, CO 80228
Western Pacific Construction, Inc.
41906 London Drive
Parker, CO 80138
ServiceMaster Of Downtown
1925 W. Harvard Ave.
Englewood, CO 80110
Then and Now Restorations
7085 S. Waco St.
Foxfield, CO 80016

Things to Consider Before You Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile in Denver, Colorado:

  • 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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Denver Ceramic Tile

Few tiling products are more versatile and varied than ceramic tile in Denver. Because there is an almost limitless number of ways that clay can be mixed, manufactured, fired, shaped, finished, glazed, colored, imprinted, textured, and sized, the sky is the limit when it comes to choosing ceramic tile in Denver for any need. If you are interested in installing ceramic tile in your Mile High City home, here's some information about everything from applications to design possibilities, so that you're not going in blind when you decide to contact a retailer or contractor about purchasing and installing ceramic tiles in your home on the range (the Front Range, that is).

Tile is Suitable Anywhere Inside (and Outside) Your Home

While most homeowners think of Denver ceramic floor tile when they think ceramic tiles, ceramic tiles can be utilized just about anywhere in your home, as well as in outdoor applications. Popular uses of ceramic tile indoors include use as bathroom tile (in showers and around tubs), on kitchen countertops and bathroom vanities, as kitchen backsplashes, decorative wall tile, and as floor tile in Denver. Ceramic tile in Denver can also be used outdoors for patios, walkways, and pool decks, though you need to make sure you get a frost-proof tile that is dense enough to resist cracking from the freeze-thaw cycles of Denver's winters.

Design

The reason ceramic tile can be installed virtually anywhere to good effect is because it can be produced to take on so many different looks. Most tiles can be broken down into three categories: glazed, unglazed, and porcelain, though even within those classifications, there's a lot to choose from. Here's some common ceramic tile designs that you're likely to run into if you're shopping around.

  • Standard Glazed Tile— This is the most common ceramic tile in Denver that you'll come across. Glazes can be dull, matte, or shiny, and come in just about any color imaginable, including variegated and painted designs.

  • "Stone" Ceramic Tile— While ceramic tile can be made to look like just about anything, perhaps the most popular Denver ceramic floor tile imitates stone. Rough textures and irregular coloring and glazing can produce ceramic tile in Denver that looks like limestone, polished and tumbled marble, granite, travertine, slate, and others. Most people can't tell the difference between ceramic and the real thing, making these tiles a great choice for homeowners looking for a bargain combination of looks and cost (ceramic is much cheaper than stone).

  • Tumbled and Hand Made Tile— Tumbled and hand made tiles bring a rougher, more pastoral look to ceramic tiles than the refined ceramic tile we're used to seeing in most places today, though in reality, these tiles are nothing new. After all, the terra cotta and saltillo tiles that are synonymous with Southwestern architecture and design, have been embracing this ceramic tile design for hundreds of years already.

  • Decorative Tile— Decorative ceramic tile in Denver comes in as many shapes and forms as any other. Stamped, molded, and hand painted ceramic tile can introduce natural images, festive colors, and other accents into your overall tile design. Smaller mosaic tiles are also great for decorative purposes, and are the perfect solution if you would like to include larger murals or more complex tile designs into walls, countertops, and bathrooms, or if floor medallions or decorative borders are part of your design for a ceramic floor tile in Denver.

    Costs and Project Durations

    Laying tile isn't impossible for a capable home handyman to take on, though it can be a time consuming and tedious project. Furthermore, if it's not done right, you can end up having to repair or replace the tile in short order. That being said, do your homework if you're a DIYer, and seek out the help of someone who is experienced in tile installation to get the advice and help of an expert. For the rest of the homeowners along the Front Range, the most important decision you'll make is who you hire to do the job for you. Based on the information HomeAdvisor collects from homeowners who've used our services in the past, an average ceramic tile installation in Denver runs $1,275, and takes about four days to complete. Keep in mind those numbers can vary widely from project to project, mostly depending on the materials you use, how complicated your design ends up being, and how much of your home you're planning to tile. The only way to get an accurate estimate for your particular project is to bring in a few contractors, collect some bids, and choose the best combination of price, service, and workmanship. Do that and your Denver ceramic tile installation should go off without a hitch.