Not only is tile a durable and stain-resistant option for your flooring or walls, but it’s cost-effective and eco-friendly. If you’re looking for a pro in the Reno or Lake Tahoe area to handle all of your tile installation needs, look no further!
Our team handles tile projects from start to finish, including interior and exterior tile work, custom design, and installation. With multiple tile types and arrangements to choose from, we can take the guesswork out of tilework and provide you with stunning designs to take your projects from good to great.
Perfect for bathrooms, showers, and kitchens due to its high water absorption rate, porcelain tile is a highly durable material that requires special tools and cements approved by the Tile Council of America and the Tile Contractors Association to install properly.
Commonly used in bathrooms or outdoor areas like pathways and pools, travertine tile is a versatile, natural material that comes in a variety of finishes and textures but can be difficult to install on your own.
Vinyl composition tiles are a great low-cost flooring option for high-traffic areas in homes or commercial buildings because, when installed professionally, they can be easy to remove and replace.
Great for high-traffic areas like showers, mudrooms, and entryways, ceramic tiles are a durable and elegant option for flooring, backsplash, and decorative uses throughout your home.
Yes, porcelain is a highly durable form of tile. Porcelain tile is made from a very dense, non-porous clay that has a water absorption rate of 0.5%, meaning it isn’t waterproof, but is a great solution for areas regularly exposed to water, like showers and bathrooms.
The cost to install a tile floor depends on various factors, including the size of the space and the type of material chosen, so it’s best to talk to a licensed contractor to get a precise estimate. Contact us for a quote today.
We recommend sweeping or vacuuming your floors every 2-3 days to eliminate most debris from the tiles, then clean with a mop using warm water or an all-purpose cleaning solution once a week. We also recommend spot cleaning your grout every other month to prevent discoloration.