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(303) 328-0731
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile Repairs
  • Grout Services
  • Cleaning tiles
VersaTile and StoneWorks
(213) 337-9567
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile
Featured Review

"He and his crew were professional and cleaned up after themselves. But most importantly they did beautiful and timely work. "

- ca U. from los angeles, CA
Gustavo Hernandez
(949) 930-8858
Areas of Expertise
  • Porcelain & Ceramic Tile Installs
  • Stone, Slate, Quartz Tile Installs
  • Glass Tile Installs
  • Stone Slab Countertop Installs
  • Flag Stone install, Stone Veneers install
Featured Review

"We are extremely pleased with Gustavo's quality of work and professionalism. We hired him to install subway tiles in our remodeled kitchen and tiles in the entry way. He did a fantastic job! It prompted us to hire him for granite work for our fireplace. Again, wonderful job at a really good price! I'll hire him again when we remodel the kitchen. Again, excellent tile guy!"

- jacks K. from torrance, CA
R & B Tile
(949) 930-5861
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile Installation & Repair
  • Ceramic and porcelain tile installation and repairs
  • Shower pan leak detection and trapirs
  • Tile cleaning and grouting
  • Shower Walls Tub Walls Floors install grab bars
Featured Review

"I would highly recommend R&B Tile to anyone considering tile installation. It was a pleasure dealing with Bill Andrews, who oversaw our project from beginning to end, and the quality of the work was everything we had hoped for."

- glen L. from los angeles, CA
Chuy's Tile Works
(562) 967-8870
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile Installation
  • Natural Stone, Ceramic, & Porcelain Tile
  • Counter Top's both Slab and Tile
Featured Review

"Chuys was a very reliable contractor with a lot of experience in helping make our choices with tile and style. We had them gut and tile our bathroom shower and tile the back splash in our remodeled kitchen.They arranged a plummer for the shower drain replacement and a glass shower door installer. They were always on time and worked in a professional manner! We would use them again in a heart beat and have referred them to our friends!! "

- thomas Z. from burbank, CA
Vertex Tile
(562) 967-5119
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile: Ceramic and Porcelain - Install - Materials Provided by Consumer
  • Tile: Ceramic and Porcelain - Install - Materials Not Provided by Consumer
  • Tile Flooring
  • Tile Backsplash
Featured Review

"From the beginning of the project, to the end these guys were fantastic! Very professional and understood how to get the job done not only correctly but also provided their expertise in recommending how the tile should be installed to ensure a great final product. I would hire and recommend them to anyone looking for someone to work on any tile project in their home"

- jon C. from los angeles, CA
Restoration Direct
(213) 337-9600
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile and Grout Work
Featured Review

"Aaron saved the day. Had the wrong sink Installed. (My fault.) He creatively Tiled it in at my request. Great job!!!! So happy... Made lemonade Out of lemons. Big shout out to Aaron Thank you :)"

- b B. from long beach, CA
LA Stone & Tile
(213) 457-9639
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile
  • Countertops
Featured Review

"I would recommend Ruben for your tile installation needs. He is very concise, responsive and takes the time to explain his process. We really appreciated his insight. Our kitchen now looks amazing!"

- eileen H. from los angeles, CA
Vera Marble, Inc.
(562) 967-6813
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile Installation
  • Kitchen countertop fabrication and installation
  • Bathroom remodeling
  • Fireplace hearth and surround
Featured Review

"They completely demoed my fireplace and did an incredible job. Took their time and did it right. Definitely would hire them again!"

- jessica S. from los angeles, CA

Unscreened Tile Contractors in Los Angeles, California

Halajian Marble Restoration
6816 Valmont St. , Suite G
Glendale, CA 91042
Joe M. Gutierrez General Builder
12621 Victoria Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90066
SunSet Home Improvements, Inc.
12563 Crenshaw Blvd
Hawthorne, CA 90250
International Tile Center
5047 W. Jefferson Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90019
Malek Hanna Painting & Tile
6040 Fair Ave.
North Hollywood, CA 91606

Things to Consider Before You Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile in Los Angeles, California:

  • 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 Los Angeles Tile Contractors

Los Angeles Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tile is an old material with a long history. Despite its age, however, it is still a very popular material in bathrooms and kitchens across the country, including Los Angeles. Ceramic tile is, of course, well suited to these moisture rich environments, and when it is installed properly, can last for an extremely long time without requiring much maintenance. Whether you want to enhance the look of your shower wall, install a durable and beautiful new kitchen floor, or just like the classic appearance of a tile counter or back-splash, this cost-effective material will do the job now and for years to come.

Benefits of Ceramic Tile
Though there are certainly structures within Los Angeles that could rightly be considered "classic," there are far fewer old homes in southern California than there are in other areas of the country. In many cases, this is a good thing for L.A. homeowners since the materials used to construct their houses are likely to be newer. Unfortunately, the adage "they don't make them like they used to" is often truer than we'd like to believe. This is one of the reasons why, even though there are many modern materials around for use in the same situations, older materials like ceramic tile and hardwood flooring are often more desirable.

In Los Angeles, ceramic tile in kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas of the house lends the space it occupies a genuine air and a feeling of quality that many newer materials cannot. Though plastic tub and shower surrounds are easier to install and simple to clean, they simply don't carry the same sense of history as ceramic tile. Los Angeles residents will certainly appreciate the appearance of tile, but the fact that it can often last a lifetime without losing that appearance isn't too shabby, either.

While technically one character heavy, when it comes time to clean, "grout" can certainly be considered a four-letter word. Stains in grout are very difficult to get rid of, and any grout that is more that a few years old is bound to have one or two marks of discoloration. Thankfully, the process of re-grouting is an inexpensive (albeit tedious) one, and newer grout products are generally more resistant than their predecessors, especially when properly sealed.

Floor Tile
One of the best things about the surface of tile is that it is extremely durable in the face of moisture and dirt. In a heavy traffic area, a place where excessive moisture is expected, or near entry doors where grime tends to gather, few materials hold up as well as ceramic floor tile. Los Angeles is not exactly known for frequent precipitation, so tracked in mud and slush is far less of a factor. Nonetheless, a foyer or laundry room floor covered in ceramic tile will hold up to a lot of abuse and look good in the process.

To install ceramic tile, Los Angeles residents can expect their bills to range between a few hundred dollars for a small job (like installing a back-splash) to a few thousand dollars for large jobs (like redoing an entire bathroom). In most cases, tile work doesn't go much higher than $3,500 (though there are always exceptions). To get the most for your money, be sure to talk to several contractors and get several different estimates. It's also a good idea to purchase extra tiles when the project begins, so if there are any problems down the road, you'll already have a material that matches exactly.