Installation

Commercial & Residential

Installation

AAA Tile Restoration, Inc. is a licensed, bonded & insured tile contractor. We pride ourselves on our professionalism and knowledge in the flooring industry.

AAA Tile Restoration, Inc. is a licensed, bonded & insured tile contractor. We pride ourselves on our professionalism and knowledge in the flooring industry.

Tile has many benefits when compared to other types of flooring such as carpet or wood. Tiles can be used in wet areas such as bathrooms, kitchens, and outdoors.
Most tiles are non-porous which helps to prevent bacteria, mold and mildew appearing. Tiles are also a lot more durable. Tiles can still get chips and cracks in them if something heavy is dropped on the tile, but can be easily removed and replaced with another piece if need be. Tile is also a lot easier to maintain and clean compared to other flooring types.

There are many options and varieties of tile out there.
Tile comes in all shapes and sizes and can be fit to any room or decor.

There are four major types of tiles on the market.
Ceramic tiles, Porcelain tiles, Glass tiles, and Natural Stone.

Ceramic Tiles are a very common option out there. Ceramic tiles are usually not as durable and will be the cheapest option for anyone on a budget.

Porcelain Tiles are much stronger and more durable. Porcelain tiles are made through a process called “dust pressing” This leads to the tiles being stronger, better quality, and usually thicker. Porcelain Tile will be more expensive, but the cost is worth the product in most cases.

Glass tile is very nice looking, but is still glass and should be treated as such. Glass tiles are a nice addition to a backsplash in a kitchen or a bathroom. Glass tiles are typically used in mosaics or as borders to another tile.

Natural Stone is the most expensive route of tile installation. Stones will provide you the most natural variety and beauty. Natural stone can have a different finish, depending on what you like. Natural stone can be left looking with a “natural” look or can be buffed, polished, and sealed to provide a beautiful high gloss finish. Natural stone is also usually installed in a mudset, compared to the traditional bed of thinset.

When it comes to installation of a new floor or bathroom, it is always wise to have a tile professional give his opinion.
Every job is unique and should be treated as such.
Let us give you a free estimate and measure and talk about ideas for your next tile installation project!