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Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Installers in Minneapolis, MN

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Prescreened Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Installers in Minneapolis, MN

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Luther Tile & Stone, LLC

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(952) 873-1489
Areas of Expertise
  • Ceramic Tile
  • Porcelain Tile
  • Stone Tile
Hometown Tile
(612) 524-4543
Areas of Expertise
  • Natural stone installation
  • Large thin porcelain panel installation
  • Custom Bathroom remodels
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"He is very easy to work with and the quality of his work is very high. They did a great job working around my schedule and we are actually having him do another project for us in a couple weeks. "

- barb S.
Xpress Bath & Shower
(612) 524-4541
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile Installation and Replacement
  • Cabinet Refacing
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"He was wonderful. I am a single woman and i felt very comfortable having them in my home."

- susie J.
(612) 466-3431
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile and Stone installation
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • Shower Tile Repairs
  • Regrout
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"Great work!"

- ryan O. from wayzata, MN
North Point Services Co.
(612) 852-8785
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile Installation
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • Regrout
  • Shower Tile Repair
  • Cleaning Tile
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"The service was fast and Aleksey was very friendly and knowledgeable. Would definitely hire him again or recommends to friends."

- sheila K. from minneapolis, MN
The Groutsmith
(952) 236-3119
Areas of Expertise
  • Grout Replace or Repair
  • Tile & Grout Cleaning
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"Tim of The Groutsmith was outstanding. We had recently moved into a new home, and the grout/tile/chaulking around the master bathroom tub was in pretty bad shape. We thought we would have to remove/replace the tile with something different. After Tim came and repaired, cleaned, and sealed the grout, the tile looks brand new. Very satisfied and would highly recommend. Very reasonable cost."

- patrick K. from stillwater, MN
J. Hruska Construction
(612) 524-4455
Areas of Expertise
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"Jim's pricing for installing 400-sqft of porcelain tile was great. He installed all the underlayment and did all tile cutting, thinset, and grouting. Great advice on materials to use, and even provided some material (~$100 worth) free. I did a little extra work at the end for filling in a few gaps with grout caulk and re-doing some baseboards that weren't put on correctly. This amounted to about a couple extra hours labor for me, and it looks really nice now. I would hire him again. Other contractors couldn't match his labor price. EXCELLENT value for the money. I'm very pleased, and I'll probably hire him to finish my laundry room, too."

- frank A. from saint francis, MN
Tile By Bob Matson, LLC

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(612) 852-8641
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile
  • Residential and Commercial
Timberwolf Contracting
(612) 852-8378
Areas of Expertise
  • Basement Remodel
  • Bathroom Remodel
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"called right away when i put request and showed up right on time for the date set. everything is now fixed! very polite and proffesional. "

- arlie M. from minneapolis, MN

Unscreened Tile Contractors in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Accents by Rob
439 Main St.
Lino Lakes, MN 55014
Thompson Concrete & Masonry, Inc.
2225 198th West
Fairbault, MN 55021
Cityscape Lawn and Landscape
1957 W. County Rd. C-2
Saint Paul, MN 55101
Pro-Tec Exterior Solutions
2101 105th Ave. Ne
Blaine, MN 55449
Creative Additions, Inc.
2419 216th Ave. Ne
East Bethel, MN 55011

Things to Consider Before You Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile in Minneapolis, Minnesota:

  • 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?

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Minneapolis Ceramic Tile

Few products offer homeowners as many options as ceramic tile in Minneapolis - St. Paul. In fact, it's not too much of a stretch to say that ceramic tile offers a wider range of design possibilities than any other material on the market. That being said, here's some info on ceramic tile in Minneapolis to give you something to think about, whether you're ready to lay tile or just testing the waters to see if ceramic tile is right choice for you.

Floor Tile Costs Most homeowners are first and foremost concerned with the cost of laying ceramic tile in the Twin Cities. HomeAdvisor tracks the costs of ceramic tile installations in Minneapolis-St. Paul that originate in our system, and our data shows that the average job costs about $2,100, though we have records of projects that ran as little as $700, and as much as $4,000. Obviously the style of tile you choose can have a large impact on your final cost, given that ceramic tile can get pricey when you start looking at custom, hand painted, and more decorative lines. As a rule, however, ceramic tile products are a very cost-effective option (most run in the $5 to $10 dollar/square foot range, installed) making the size of your ceramic tile installation just as important when it comes to determining the final cost.

Ceramic Tile Is Full of Possibility While the cost of ceramic tile is a big draw from homeowners across Minneapolis-St. Paul, the fact that ceramic tile meets more needs than there are lakes in Minnesota (yes, thousands) is the main reasons it's earned top status among the most popular materials in home improvement. Whether you're working on a bathroom or kitchen, installing a countertop, or building a patio, the thousands of colors, textures, shapes, styles, and sizes of tile to choose from make ceramic tile a perfect choice for just about any application. Here are some popular applications to help get your gears turning.

  • Floor Tile: Minneapolis ceramic floor tile is fast becoming one of the most popular uses of ceramic tile in Minneapolis. Its ability to mimic just about any tile or stone material on the market, including the likes of brick, granite, marble, and slate, has a lot to do with the rising tide of Minneapolis ceramic floor tile installations, though the fact that ceramic floor tile in Minneapolis is cheaper than the real deal in just about every instance doesn't hurt any, either. Don't make the mistake of ruling out ceramic tile for outdoor uses either. Patios and walkways are great places to install ceramic floor tile in Minneapolis, as long as you make sure to get tile manufactured to withstand Minnesota winters!

  • Bathroom Tile: Ceramic tile has always been a popular choice for bathrooms, thanks to the availability of waterproof tiles and the fact that ceramic tile comes in bright and exciting colors and designs. Mosaic ceramic tile is particularly hot at present, and is being used for everything from basic wall-to-wall bathroom tile installations to creating smaller decorative ceramic tile inlays inside larger Minneapolis ceramic floor tile designs.

  • Decorative Tile Applications: While ceramic tile in Minneapolis is perfect as a primary tiling material, the more conservative use of it in decorative applications can yield some beautiful results. Using ceramic tile (especially custom made, stamped, or hand painted varieties) to trim windows and window sills, as a decorative border around other flooring materials such as stone tile or hardwood, and as a festive accent in kitchen backsplashes and wall tile designs are just a few examples of the many ornamental ceramic tile applications for homeowners to consider.

    Timelines and some Homeowner Advice How long does an average tile installation take in the Twin Cities? Drawing from the same data that allows us to give you an estimate on average costs, we can tell you that you should plan on an average ceramic tile installation in Minneapolis to take about six days, start to finish. But don't take our word for it. We make it a point to ask homeowners who use our services if they have any advice about ceramic tile installations to pass on to their neighbors. As a whole, the word on the street is that it's important to remember that tile installation is a process, and can be an inconvenience at times.

    "Make sure adequate time is allowed at the end so (your contractor) is not rushed," noted one homeowner from Eagan, who pointed out that the six days an average job takes includes both short and long days put in by your contractor. Regardless of how long your contractor works each day (it will vary due to the fact that certain materials, like thinset and grout, must be given time to setup and dry before your installer moves onto the next step), you're well-advised to stay off the floor for the duration, as this homeowner from St. Paul points out. "Plan on eating out a lot. Not having a kitchen is a pain," she writes, though in the end it turned out okay. Despite having to frequent restaurants for a few weeks, that same customer finished her advice by stating it was all worth it. In her own words: "I love the end result."