Are you considering natural stone for your new tile installation? This article explores the characteristics of the most common textured, honed, and polished finishes.
Category: Tile Education
Tile is a long-term investment, and as such, choosing whether to repair or replace tile may not be an easy decision.
Before you attempt DIY tile, make sure your decision is based on realistic expectations. The details in this article will help you understand what to expect.
How can you decide whether a contractor will perform a high quality installation? Ask questions.
If you’re in the market for a new shower, and wondering whether to get a prefabricated shower insert or to have tile installed, this article explains the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Of the many factors that contribute to the success of a shower installation, the most important ones revolve around water. How is it delivered? How is it contained within the designated space? How is it carried away?
If you are renovating your kitchen, bath, or home, now is the time to think ahead about aging in place for your tile installation.
Learn about the benefits of radiant heated tile flooring and get answers to common questions.
Underlayment, or what is under the tile, is just as important to the success of an installation as tile itself. This article describes appropriate underlayment options in correctly installed projects so that you can make a well-informed decision about the quality and longevity of your investment.
Everybody loves a beautiful, updated shower, and no floor covering makes more sense in a bathroom than tile, but let’s address the elephant in the room. How much does it cost?