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Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Installers in Pittsburgh, PA

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Prescreened Ceramic & Porcelain Tile Installers in Pittsburgh, PA

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American Handiwork, Inc.
(216) 430-0522
Areas of Expertise
  • Home Improvement
  • Drywall
  • Plumbing
  • Deck Building
  • Flooring
Featured Review

"America Handiwork did a verygood job. my kitchen looks wonderful "

- karen P. from pittsburgh, PA
AB Brothers Construction, Inc.
(215) 239-9243
Areas of Expertise
  • Major Renovations
  • Home Remodels
Featured Review

"A leak in a 2nd-floor toilet caused major damage on lower floors due to water trickle down. Bob of AB Brothers Construction assessed the damage and came up with a detailed quote of what needed to be done to repair. AB Brothers squeezed us in because I was panicked of all the damage. I really liked that they did not over promise and showed up when they said they would. Also, they pay attention to detail and deliver a beautiful result! This is my second time hiring Andy and Bob and going to hire them a third time for my kitchen floor. Hire them- you will not be disappointed! I am from Baldwin so I like to support local businesses."

- mary H. from pittsburgh, PA
J.P. Paracca Tile & Marble, LLC
(877) 341-0257
Areas of Expertise
  • Flooring Installs and Replacements
  • Bathroom Remodels
  • Tile & Marbel Work
  • Commercial Flooring
Featured Review

"I felt immediately comfortable about hiring this company. They were professional, prompt, timely and responsive to all my questions or concerns. I would hire them again."

- patricia F. from pittsburgh, PA
Crown Handyman
(215) 239-9395
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman Services
  • Door Installation, Repair and Replacement
  • Design and Build Carpentry
Featured Review

"Responds quickly to emails, Completed fixing our basement stairs in a timely and professional manner. Very pleasant and hard working."

- robb L. from pittsburgh, PA
T&Y Flooring
(215) 399-9567
Areas of Expertise
  • Residential & Commercial Flooring
  • No financing or payment plans available
Featured Review

"Yuri has been the best contractor I have worked with in 15 years. I hired Yuri because the tile guy that did my kitchen was unavailable. Yuri tiled a powder room and entry way. Yuri works fast and careful - his cuts are beautiful and the floor is level -- not a tile out of place! - he was laying one style tile in two rooms with two different level floors. My only regret is that I did not hire Yuri to do my kitchen --- my kitchen floor -- installed by another contractor looks sub-par compared to Yuri's work. VERY PLEASED with his work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! "

- nathan D. from pittsburgh, PA
Sampson Flooring
(215) 399-9652
Areas of Expertise
  • Flooring
  • Tile
Featured Review

"Very personable, very understanding, good for handling a complicated job. I'd refer them to any friend or family member. "

- dave H.
Cecchetti Tile & Home Remodel
(215) 399-9571
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile
  • Remodel
  • Floor tile
Featured Review

"I had a difficult tiling project which other tilers refused to consider. Ray came in with a "can do" attitude. Over 2 weekend days, he contacted the manufacturer and product rep and obtained information on how to do the project. He worked with my schedule and successfully installed tiles , etc., over heating coils for a tile floor."

- jean C. from pittsburgh, PA
W & W Enterprise
(866) 845-5764
Areas of Expertise
  • Painting and specialty painting
  • Handyman
  • Finish Carpentry
  • Laminate Flooring
  • Ceramic flooring
Featured Review

"Bob Wagner of W&W Enterprises is an honest-to-God pro. He did a magnificent job repairing and refinishing my Boston rocking chair, which was a valuable family heirloom. I highly recommend him. "

- edward F. from bethel park, PA
Remodeling by Randazzo
(215) 399-9643
Areas of Expertise
  • Flooring Install
  • Bathroom Remodels
  • Game Room Remodels
Featured Review

"Pete is a straight up kind of guy. He explained exactly what he would do, gave me a fair price, met me at the tile store to pickup the tile, etc. for the project and explained everything clearly. He and George did a beautiful job tiling my floor and stairs of a room and closet of unusual shape. I would definitely hire him again!"

- deborah C. from pittsburgh, PA

Unscreened Tile Contractors in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

TSC Home Renovations
102 E. 7th Ave.
Homestead, PA 15120
Palmer Construction & Improvements Co., Inc.
1225 Washington Blvd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Ray Templer Construction
637 Sara Lane
Verona, PA 15147
DJ Mitchell Enterprises
138 Mayhue Drive
Aliquippa, PA 15001
FSU Enterprises
177 Nagel Ln.
Knox, PA 16232

Things to Consider Before You Install Ceramic or Porcelain Tile in Pittsburgh, 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 Pittsburgh Tile Contractors


Pittsburgh Ceramic Tile

Most people in PA, especially those who live in older homes, will probably be able to find ceramic tile in their kitchen or bathroom. It is a very old material that is still widely used. With the many other options for counters, back-splashes, flooring, and showers available today, however, it's easy to wonder how well this classic material holds up in comparison.

Tile in Kitchens
Tile in kitchens is generally found in and around the sink and on countertops. It is put there because it is tough, nonporous, and easy to clean. Though you can certainly find newer materials that would work as a replacement for ceramic tile, Pittsburgh's distinguished older homes may not find any significant benefit (in form or function) from removing original tile.

Probably the most common complaint about countertop tile has to do with the grout that surrounds it. While tile is excellent at keeping bacteria on the surface (and therefore easy to get rid of), grout is porous and can allow liquids and the germs liquids carry to penetrate the surface if allowed to sit. It should be noted that other natural counter materials like concrete and granite are also porous if a protective seal is not in place.

Ceramic Tile in Bathrooms
It is certainly possible to cover or replace the tile in your bathroom, too, but you would be hard pressed to find a modern tub or shower surround that has the classic appeal of ceramic tile. Pittsburgh's bathrooms are well suited to the authentic look of traditional tile, and this material has been working well in and around Iron City showers and tubs for decades (and, in some cases, over a century).

Grout once again poses a problem, though in the bathroom, mildew is usually the culprit. Mildew stained grout is difficult or impossible to clean, so removing old grout and replacing it is an effective and wallet friendly option. Loose tile in bathrooms is another common problem in older Pittsburgh homes and is often caused by outdated installation techniques. Interested homeowners can have their tile removed and installed like new for a lot less than the price of a true remodel.

Floor Tile
Floor tile is generally larger than the tile that is used in showers and countertops and can come with different surface textures in addition to different colors and styles. In Pittsburgh, ceramic floor tile is not just good for kitchens and bathrooms but makes an excellent floor covering for foyers and entryways. Since it is so easy to clean and resistant to moisture, there's no need to worry about messing up carpet or hardwood when your shoes come in out of the snow and rain.

Tile Prices
In counters across the country, ceramic tile is far less expensive than granite, concrete, or synthetic solid surface (each averaging over $4,000 per installation), but more pricey than laminate ($1,300). To install ceramic floor tile, Pittsburgh homeowners should expect to pay between $1,100 for small rooms and $4,000 for large areas. Ceramic tile generally takes between two days and two weeks to install.