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$ 1500
Jan 2006
Delaware, OH
Ceramic tile laid all wrong at first  more... close row
$ 750
Sep 2007
Portland, Or.
Tiles installed by a singing contractor  more... close row
$ 1500
May 2007
Cleveland, Ohio
Lengthy but professional job with tile installation  more... close row
$ 7500
Sep 2007
Forks, WA
Irresponsible contractor for tile installation  more... close row
$ 1500
Mar 2007
Anniston, Alabama
Tile in bathroom replaced  more... close row
$ 2500
Feb 2007
Columbus, Ohio
Crew of four installed tile in one day  more... close row
$ 2500
Oct 2007
Denver, CO
300 feet of ceramic tile installed  more... close row
$ 965
Apr 2008
Very satisfactory tile installation  more... close row
$ 600
Mar 2007
Anniston, Al
Bathroom floor tiled with travertine tile  more... close row
$ 750
Aug 2007
Rincon, GA
146 square feet of tile floor installed  more... close row
$ 4900
Jul 2007
Forks, WA
Tile installer never finished  more... close row
$ 5000
Jul 2007
Brighton, CO
Flooring installation was poor  more... close row
$ 100
Jun 2007
Rainbow City, AL
Price of labor for simple flooring job  more... close row
$ 1800
Jul 2007
San Francisco, CA
New tile for bathroom  more... close row

Description of service

$1800 was the total cost to have a sub-contractor come out and replace the tile in one bathroom. This also included supplies such as middle of the line tile grout, floor sealant, mortar and labor. The tile cost about $1200. This project was for a medium sized master bathroom including floor, bathtub, counter tops and back splash. The project took about 3 weeks from beginning quote to final sealing of the floors. You know contractors, so it took 1 week longer than they promised.

Review of Service

This company that I used is a very small local shop that specializes in custom tile work. This was definitely a custom job. At least too custom for me to try. The workers were all fairly courteous that my wife and two kids were home at the time they were working since it was summer vacation. They always wiped their feet which is a big deal when they are walking in and out the door to cut tile in the garage. I kind of monitored the progress to make sure that it went as planned since you never know, but it went great besides the extra week it took them, but it wasn't the end of the world. We just used the other bathroom for the time.


Shop around for tile, never let the contractor just pick it out, we found a great mid-priced tile that look much more expensive than it actually was. I even got in on sale at the store so I saved a few bucks there. Who knows how it would have gone had I not been home to monitor, but I'll just assume it would still have gone smoothly.