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Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Installers in Philadelphia, PA

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Prescreened Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Installers in Philadelphia, PA

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GoodLands Construction
(267) 573-6547
Areas of Expertise
  • Drywall - Repair
  • Asphalt Shingle Roofing - Repair
  • Kitchen - Remodel
  • Tile: Ceramic and Porcelain - Repair
  • Bathroom - Remodel
Featured Review

"They did a Great Job."

- bryant K.
RM Services
(732) 582-8458
Areas of Expertise
  • Doors & Windows
Featured Review

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- gary ..
Disston Services, LLC
(215) 239-9084
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions and Remodels
  • Flooring: Tile, Carpet, Laminate
  • Painting Drywall and Texured Ceiling Painting
  • Fencing: Wood, Chainlink, Wrought Iron, Custom Wood and Iron, Gates
  • Home Repairs
Featured Review

"This is the 4th time I've hired Disston Services for work on my home. This time Steve and Joe painted my living room and hall, put down 1/4 rounds, chair rails and crown moldings. They also replaced 2 doors with the 6-panel white doors. I had one of the living room walls painted a different color than the others and the job turned out beautiful. Can't believe what a difference it made. My friends and family love the way it looks, so fresh and modern. I also asked him to do a couple of more things such as, painting my barge board, putting motion detector lights on my garage, checking my heater, moving the gate to the entrance of my backyard and adding one to the french drain so I could access that area. I also had them reinforce my back and front doors with metal plates. I love everything they did and the extra security makes me feel more comfortable. I only have one more room in my home that needs to be painted and will be calling him when I'm ready. They have completely renovated my entire home inside and out and I'll be looking forward to getting my last room completed. I highly recommend them, both Steve and Joe are very professional, friendly and hard-working."

- kathryn O. from philadelphia, PA
Pyramids Tile
(267) 573-7487
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile
Featured Review

"Pyramids Tile is flexible with scheduling and showed up on time! "

- ahmed I.
Colonial Marble & Granite
(215) 239-9298
Areas of Expertise
  • Stone Slab Countertop Installation
  • Quartz Slab Countertop Installation
  • Sink Installation
  • Faucet Installation
  • Tile Installation
Featured Review

"It went extremely smoothly from the sales office to the final installation ... The process was professional on every level with a feeling of confidence that was evident on every level ... "

- dr richard C. from wayne, PA
The Grout Smith
(215) 239-9179
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile & Grout Cleaning and Color sealing
  • Grout Replace or Repair
  • Tile: Ceramic and Porcelain - Repair
  • Shower Cleaning and Caulking
  • Caulk Repair and Replacement
Featured Review

"came out on time & did a very fine job."

- robert W. from philadelphia, PA
Rhino Tubs Refinishing & Remodeling
(484) 666-3350
Areas of Expertise
  • Refinishing
  • Tub Liners
Featured Review

"I would not hesitate to call on Bill again !"

- rolf S. from reading, pa, lower heidelberg twp, PA
The Grout Smith Brandywine
(267) 573-5778
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile Repair and Grout Restoration - Color Sealing - Matching Caulk
  • Clean and restore tiled showers, tubs, floors, backsplashes and more!
  • Tiles rebonded - Regrouted - Broken tiles replaced
  • We don't use steam! Steam is bad for your grout. Ask about our 10 year warranty!
  • Get your Sparkle On!
Featured Review

"Absolutely the best! Mike is a joy to talk to and to work with. Damien and Jake were perfectionists at their work and did a superb job. Our bathroom literally looks as it did when it was installed over fifteen years ago. We will have them back for future projects. "

- thomas W. from chadds ford, PA
Maximum Remodeling, Inc.
(267) 573-7426
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling
  • Interior Trim and Decorative Moldings - Install, Interior and Exterior Doors installed
  • Hard Wood Flooring Installed, Repaired - Vinyl or Linoleum and Tile Too
  • Interior and Exterior Painting
  • We speak Russian and Ukrainian
Featured Review

"great job"

- philip B. from philadelphia, PA

Unscreened Tile Contractors in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Welcome Home Cleaning Company, LLC
2888 W. Chester Pike
Broomall, PA 19008
AllstateCleaning.Com
35 Atkins Ave
Hamilton, NJ 08610
Brian Crossan Custom Carpentry
440 E. Manoa Rd.
Havertown, PA 19083
Mike Zaharczuk
7307 Lorretto Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19111
Andrea Carpet Contractors, Inc.
327 Clarkson St.
Burlington, NJ 08016

Things to Consider Before You Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

  • 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?

Ideas & Inspiration from Philadelphia Tile Contractors


Philadelphia Ceramic Tile

For homes in Philadelphia, ceramic tile is one of the most common, and best suited, building materials available. It is very durable, resistant to moisture, and it looks good for decades, as long as it is taken care of. Though many new materials have been put on the market that might be easier to install, ceramic tile has stood the test of time in both appearance and longevity.

Ceramic Floor Tile
For Philadelphia, ceramic floor tile has a lot of advantages that are worth considering when building or remodeling. First off, it is great under moist conditions. The snow and slush that stick to shoes in the winter won't stick to or damage a tile floor. If hardwood is exposed to that slushy mess repeatedly, you could easily end up with moisture cracks that would make the Liberty Bell blush.

Long-term damages aside, with the environmental conditions common to Philadelphia, ceramic floor tile is an obvious choice because it is so easy to clean. All forms of dirt and grime can easily be removed from tile with a simple sweep and mop. You don't need any special detergents, and you'll never have to worry about hiring a professional to get rid of stains caused by heavy traffic. When compared to a flooring such as carpet, the amount of time and money you'll save on maintenance could really add up.

Ceramic Tile in Kitchens and Bathrooms
Once the standard in Philadelphia, ceramic tile in showers, backsplashes, and countertops is often replaced by other materials in new structures and remodels. This is an unfortunate trend, as tile is truly a classic, and it performs its duties just as well now as it did a hundred years ago.

One of the biggest reasons why people shy away from tile today is less a problem with the actual tiles, and more a problem with the grout in between them. It's true that grout has, in the past, been the thorn in the side of many tile surfaces. Many of the problems associated with grout, however, have modern solutions that weren't available when older tiles were installed. Other tile problems common to older installations have to do with moisture behind the tiles themselves and can easily be avoided by taking precautions when the tile is put in.

To compliment the authentic appearance of ceramic tile, Philadelphia's older floor plans and constructions are a perfect fit. It's true that you might find a modern tub or shower surround that would be cheaper, but would it have the same character? You could go the other way and opt for a very fancy looking granite countertop, but the price is rarely anything to write home about. Tile presents an excellent balance in durability, cost effectiveness, and, of course, classic good looks.

Pricing
In Philly, smaller tile installations often run between $1,000 and $2,000, but for an extremely large job, the cost can reach well over $5,000. If you're looking to repair your old ceramic tile, the cost is usually less than $1,000. Re-grouting can be a rather time-consuming job, so you might want to get an estimate for both the price of repair and the price of total replacement, as well, to see how much the difference is. Installations generally take between one and two weeks for bigger jobs; repair jobs tend to be much faster.