How much will your project cost? Get Quotes Now

Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Installers in New York, NY

Where do you need Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Install Pros?

Prescreened Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Installers in New York, NY

Alejna & Aurela Construction, Inc.
18 Verified Ratings
See All Reviews
(718) 709-0565
105 West 77th Street, Suite D
New York, NY 10024
S.E.A. Renovation, Corp.
6 Verified Ratings
See All Reviews
(877) 210-3115
230 Riverside Drive
New York, NY 10025
New York Floorman, LLC
28 Verified Ratings
See All Reviews
(646) 758-0682
95 Horatio St #208
New York, NY 10014
Presto Change
8 Verified Ratings
See All Reviews
(973) 240-3852
220 East 21st
New York, NY 10010
Northshore Industries, Inc.
References Available
(646) 758-0667
758 60th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11220

Serving New York, NY

Are You a Home Improvement Professional?

Learn how we can help your business
See recent jobs & leads

Reviews of New York Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Installers

Project: Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile
Fort Lee, NJ

I had a great experience with these guys. We agreed on a fair price which they honored even after discovering the job was bigger/more complicated than initially estimated. I respect that. Second, the work itself was quality. It was a kitchen floor tiled with natural stone in a herringbone pattern. The install crew was professional and friendly too. I definitely recommend them.

Project: Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile
Brooklyn, NY

I am extremely pleased with HFM. Their communication was excellent, the contractor was never tardy, the workmanship was impeccable, and the price was very competitive, especially given the quality of work. I am using HFM again to install my kitchen cabinets, appliances, and plumbing. Highly recommended!

Project: Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile
Clifton, NJ

Very few true professional in their field of experties one can be lucky to find to do the job. Probably, I am one of those lucky one to get the Gramar-T to install my tiles. He is not only a true professional, but also a gentleman. If any one one to see his work you can feel free to contact me. His price for installation is very reasonable too.


Unscreened Tile Contractors in New York, New York

Dyrrachium Marble Installation
2840 36th St.
Long Island City, NY 11105
HFM Company, Inc.
145 Teresa Lane
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
D&D General Contractor, Inc.
32-23 Utopia Parkway
Flushing, NY 11358
Donald P Bonner Construction
3708 Trott Ave
Bronx, NY 10466
Paval Corp.
5 Newton Place
Mt. Vernon, NY 10550

Things to Consider Before You Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile in New York, New York:

  • 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 New York Tile Contractors

New York Ceramic Tile

Though ceramic is really nothing more than baked clay, the products put out by ceramic tile manufacturers will bear little resemblance to the wobbly mug or vase you made your mother in middle school. The most popular material for tiling in the residential market, if you're currently considering what product to buy for your bathroom or kitchen remodel, know that you're not alone. Although you get headaches along the way, choosing tile for your New York area home is a great opportunity to improve your home and your day-to-day life. We've helped homeowners throughout the five boroughs, the Jersey Shore, Long Island, and throughout the greater New York area find the right contractor to install the beautiful tile you select.

Stone vs. Ceramic Tile
While much stone tile is harder and more durable than ceramic, porcelain (the harder variant of ceramic) is, in turn, harder and more durable than stone. In addition, ceramic is more resistant to moisture and stains than stone tile. The reason most people choose ceramic, however, is cost. Ceramic tends to be the cheapest tile on the market. You might wonder, then, why anybody would choose stone tile. Well, stone still has some advantages. Many people covet the look of natural stone grains. Plus, stone can usually be laid with a tighter set, reducing the exposed area of grout and dirt build-up. Indeed, it's hard to argue with the look of granite or marble, but ceramic also offers a wider variety for your home decorating schemes. Bold, vibrant colors and unique patterns can be captured in ceramic tile.

Floor Tile
The most popular kind of tile installation is floor tile. Ceramic floor tile in New York is great in kitchens and bathrooms with their high moisture content, but it's also great for foyers and entryways so you don't have to remove your shoes before you even enter your home. One of the only low-cost hard surface floors in the residential market, it's difficult to find a home that doesn't have some type of tiled floor. Given that the other option, linoleum, is considered notoriously ugly, it's an easy sell. In fact, replacing an old linoleum floor with tile is often the driving force behind many homeowners' decision to remodel their bathrooms and kitchens.

Tile Maintenance
Sweeping and mopping comprises the main duties of maintaining your tile installation. For more heavy-duty cleaning, you may need to use a nylon scrubbing pad. Don't let spills and other substances sit on your tile. While it may not stain the tile, letting water and other substances seep behind your tile can loosen the adhesive qualities of the installation. Periodically you will also need to clean and possibly re-grout your tile to keep looking its best. In many ways, good tile maintenance is similar to good dental hygiene. Brush regularly and give your tile a good professional cleaning every so often. The dangers tile faces, like your teeth, often don't come from one-time impacts or spills, but corrosion associated with time.

Tile installation is somewhat of a two-sided coin. It's not nearly as difficult as it may appear for the uninitiated, but it's a lot more difficult than an academic understanding would predict. In other words, the basics of laying tile are not difficult to grasp, but the project itself is tedious, time-consuming, and messy. DIY tile installation is like house painting gone wild; reasonably handy homeowners probably could do it themselves with enough time and patience, but nobody really wants to. Paying a contractor a few hundred dollars to lay tile may seem like a lot, but in fact, it's truly a bargain. Our prescreened contractors are ready to assist you in all your tile installation projects, be it flooring, showers, backsplashes, or walls.