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Norman Beaudoin
Norman Beaudoin
2023-01-02
Vasile and Adam where on-time and professional in all aspects of the job. His quote came back to me quickly. It was one of the easiest and most satisfying vendor experiences I have had in quite a while. Vasile’s communication skills are commendable and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend him.
Billy Murphy
Billy Murphy
2022-12-26
Highest quality work with best pricing. Timely and efficient, will definitely use again for future work!
Ally Lacourse
Ally Lacourse
2022-12-14
They did an amazing job with our backsplash!! Thank you so much for your attention to detail, our kitchen has never looked better! 🙂
Kristen Rebello
Kristen Rebello
2022-11-14
Vasile and Adam were amazing!!! They were extremely kind and helpful, even ran to the store and bought some new supplies (when I got the wrong thing). They were a pleasure to have around, very considerate and diligent, and they did amazing work!! They took the time to talk through what I wanted and certainly delivered. Our backsplash turned out better than I could have imagined! Thank you Vasile and Adam!!
Kimberley Hunt
Kimberley Hunt
2022-09-12
Vasile and Adam were wonderful! Very fast quoting/estimate process and clear list of materials. On install day, they provided several different options for the kitchen backsplash tile layout and talked through exactly how I wanted it to look. They were extremely clean and didn’t leave any mess. They even put on all my plate covers and made sure everything was picture perfect before they left. I am extremely happy with the final product and I can’t wait to call them again for my next tile project. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for high-quality professional work at a great price.
Jason Beall
Jason Beall
2022-09-01
They did a fabulous job! Very professional and courteous. Will use again!
Chris Robidoux
Chris Robidoux
2022-08-17
Very proffesional, responsive, Great work! Very happy with our new tile backsplash.
Holleigh Tlapa
Holleigh Tlapa
2022-08-12
We were so pleased with the quality of workmanship! Communication was expedient, honest and direct. They really made our kitchen look complete with the installation of a beautiful backsplash! Would highly recommend.
Sue
Sue
2022-06-13
It is always a little scary to pick someone to do a job in your home from a list of tile installers. We really lucked out with Vasile and Adam. Easy communication. We sent a picture of the kitchen and got a quote immediately. They showed up on time and talked with me about exactly what we wanted. They set up and worked all day. Quiet polite and professional. They did a BEAUTIFUL job. Absolute perfectionists. They left my kitchen spotless! Every little detail is perfect. I cant recommend them enough!!!!

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    What are the benefits if you install tile for your floors?

        Tile is one of the most durable, stylish and timeless flooring options you can find.

    • STYLISH: Tile comes in a wide variety of sizes, materials, colors and patterns. From the countless designs and colors, you can choose the perfect one that fits your style.
    • DURABLE: Tile can be used anywhere and can support the weight of heavy appliances in the kitchen or bathroom. Since it is scratch resistant, tile is a great choice for your floor if you have dogs. 
    • EASY MAINTENANCE: Tile floors are low maintenance and easy to clean. They don’t require refinishing as hardwood floors do and they don’t ask for frequent vacuuming as carpet floors.
    • WATERPROOF: Unlike carpet or hardwood, tile is waterproof; thus providing protection against drink spills or flooding.
    • FADE RESISTANT: The color of tile will not fade when exposed to direct sunlight.
    • TEMPERATURE CONTROL: In hot weather, tile can keep the floor cooler than other materials. During cold weather, tile floors can be heated to offer climate comfort, due to electrical underlayment.

    Floor tile installation is one of our services here at SAVU LLC. Our team of professional installers can help you choose the perfect tiles and install them with precision and care.

    Questions we get asked a lot

    Answered by our professional floor tile installers

    There are many different types of tile flooring available, each with its own unique characteristics and properties. Some common types of tile flooring include:

    1. Ceramic tile: Ceramic tile is made from clay and is fired in a kiln. It is a popular choice for flooring due to its durability, versatility, and affordability. Ceramic tile can be glazed or unglazed.

    2. Porcelain tile: Porcelain tile is a type of ceramic tile that is made from a denser, more durable type of clay. It is fired at a higher temperature than ceramic tile, which makes it more resistant to moisture, stains, and wear. Porcelain tile is a good choice for high-traffic areas and can be used both indoors and outdoors.

    3. Natural stone tile: Natural stone tile is made from a variety of materials, including granite, marble, limestone, and slate. It is a durable and long-lasting option for flooring, but it can be more expensive than ceramic or porcelain tile. Natural stone tile can add a natural, rustic look to a room.

    4. Quarry tile: Quarry tile is a type of unglazed ceramic tile that is made from red clay. It is a durable and slip-resistant option that is often used in commercial and industrial settings. Quarry tile can be left natural or sealed with a glaze.

    5. Cement tiles are a type of tile flooring made from a mixture of cement, sand, and pigment. They are often hand-made and have a rustic, artisanal look. Cement tiles are known for their durability and versatility, and they are often used in commercial, and industrial spaces.

      Cement tiles are made by mixing cement, sand, and pigment together to create a slurry, which is then poured into a mold. The mixture is allowed to cure for several days before being removed from the mold and cut into individual tiles. The tiles are then polished and sealed to protect the surface.

      They are often used to create intricate, decorative patterns and can be used in combination with other types of tiles to create a unique and eye-catching floor.

      One of the main benefits of cement tiles is that they are resistant to moisture, stains, and wear and can be used in high-traffic areas without showing signs of wear. They are also easy to clean and maintain, and can be sealed to protect the surface and improve their resistance to stains.

    6. Terrazzo tile is a type of flooring made from small pieces of marble, granite, quartz, or other natural stone that are embedded in a cement or epoxy binder. The tiles are polished to a smooth finish, creating a seamless and durable surface that is suitable for both residential and commercial use.

      Terrazzo tiles are made by mixing together the desired types and colors of natural stone and then grinding them down into small pieces. The small stone pieces are then mixed with a cement or epoxy binder to create a slurry, which is poured into a mold or onto a flat surface. The mixture is allowed to cure for several days before being cut into individual tiles. The tiles are then polished to a smooth finish using a variety of techniques, such as diamond polishing or honing.

      One of the key advantages of terrazzo tiles is their robust and enduring nature. They are also a snap to clean and maintain, and can be sealed to preserve the surface and increase their stain-proofing.

       

    Here are some estimates for the cost of various types of tile:

    1. Ceramic tile: Ceramic tile is a popular choice for flooring due to its affordability and versatility. Prices for ceramic tile can range from $0.50 to $5 per square foot, depending on the quality, size, and style of the tile.

    2. Porcelain tile: Porcelain tile is a type of ceramic tile that is made from a denser, more durable type of clay. Prices for porcelain tile can range from $1 to $10 per square foot, depending on the quality, size, and style of the tile.

    3. Natural stone tile: Natural stone tile is made from a variety of materials, including granite, marble, limestone, and slate. Prices for natural stone tile can range from $2 to $30 per square foot, depending on the type of stone and the quality of the tile.

    4. Quarry tile: Quarry tile is a type of unglazed ceramic tile that is made from red clay. Prices for quarry tile can range from $2 to $5 per square foot, depending on the size and style of the tile.

    For more information about tile price you can read our tile cost guide.

    The cost of installing tile flooring can vary widely depending on the type of tile you choose, the size of the area being covered, and the complexity of the installation. Some common factors that can affect the cost of installing tile flooring include:

    1. Type of tile: The cost of installing tile flooring can vary depending on the type of tile you choose. Ceramic and porcelain tiles are generally more affordable to install, while natural stone tiles, such as marble or granite, can be more expensive. Specialty tiles, such as mosaic or cement tiles, can also be more expensive to install.

    2. Size of the area: The cost of installing tile flooring will also depend on the size of the area being covered. Larger areas will require more tiles and cuts and may be more expensive to install.

    3. Installation complexity: The complexity of the installation can also affect the cost of installing tile flooring. Factors that can increase the complexity of the installation include the layout of the room, the presence of obstacles or fixtures that need to be worked around, and the slope of the floor.

    On average, the cost of installing tile flooring can range from $5 to $17 per square foot, depending on the factors listed above. This means that the cost of installing a 200-square-foot tile floor could range from $1,000 to $3,400. However, the final cost will depend on the specific factors and circumstances of your project.

    It’s difficult to determine a “winner” when it comes to choosing floor tiles, as the best material will depend on your specific needs and preferences. Some things to consider when choosing floor tiles include the intended use of the space, the level of traffic in the area, the style and design of the space, and the budget.

    That being said, let’s look at different kinds of tile flooring along with their pros and cons:

    1. Ceramic tiles: Ceramic tiles are made from clay and are fired in a kiln. They are a popular choice for flooring due to their affordability, versatility, and durability. Ceramic tiles are available in a wide range of colors, sizes, and styles, and they can be glazed or unglazed. Pros: Ceramic tiles are affordable, easy to maintain, and resistant to moisture and stains. Cons: Ceramic tiles can be brittle and prone to breaking if subjected to heavy loads or impacts.

    2. Porcelain tiles: Porcelain tiles are a type of ceramic tile that is made from a denser, more durable type of clay. They are fired at a higher temperature than ceramic tiles, which makes them more resistant to moisture, stains, and wear. Porcelain tiles are a good choice for high-traffic areas and can be used both indoors and outdoors. Pros: Porcelain tiles are durable, resistant to moisture and stains, and can be used in a variety of settings. Cons: Porcelain tiles can be more expensive than ceramic tiles.

    3. Natural stone tiles: Natural stone tiles are made from a variety of materials, including granite, marble, limestone, and slate. They are a durable and long-lasting option for flooring, but they can be more expensive than ceramic or porcelain tiles. Natural stone tiles are available in a range of colors and styles, and they can add a natural, rustic look to a room. Pros: Natural stone tiles are durable and long-lasting, and they can add character and style to a room. Cons: Natural stone tiles can be more expensive than other types of tiles, and they may require more maintenance to keep them looking their best.

    4. Quarry tiles: quarry tiles are a type of unglazed ceramic tile that is made from red clay. They are a durable and long-lasting option for flooring, and they are often used in commercial settings due to their ability to withstand heavy foot traffic. Quarry tiles are available in a range of colors and styles, and they can add a rustic or industrial look to a room. Pros: Quarry tiles are durable and long-lasting, and they can be used in high-traffic areas. Cons: Quarry tiles may require more maintenance to keep them looking their best, and they may be prone to chipping or breaking if subjected to heavy loads or impacts.

    In general, laminate flooring tends to be more affordable than tile flooring, both in terms of the cost of the material and the cost of installation. Laminate flooring is made from a composite material that is composed of layers of wood or wood-like material, and it is designed to mimic the look of natural wood, stone, or other materials. Laminate flooring is typically less expensive than tile, and it is also easier to install, which can save on labor costs.

    That being said, the cost of installing laminate or tile flooring can vary depending on a variety of factors, such as the size of the area being covered, the complexity of the installation, and the type of material being used. It’s important to consider all of these factors when determining the overall cost of a flooring project.

    In general, laminate flooring can cost between $2 and $7 per square foot, while tile flooring can cost between $5 and $17 per square foot, depending on the type of tile and the complexity of the installation. However, these are just rough estimates, and the actual cost of the flooring and installation will depend on the specific circumstances of your project.

    In general, tile flooring tends to be less expensive than hardwood flooring, both in terms of the cost of the material and the cost of installation. Tile flooring is made from a variety of materials, including ceramic, porcelain, and natural stone, and it is available in a wide range of colors, sizes, and styles. Tile flooring is typically more affordable than hardwood, and it is also easier to install, which can save on labor costs.

    That being said, the cost of tile flooring and hardwood flooring can vary depending on a variety of factors, such as the size of the area being covered, the complexity of the installation, and the type of material being used. It’s important to consider all of these factors when determining the overall cost of a flooring project.

    In general, tile flooring can cost between $5 and $17 per square foot, while hardwood flooring can cost between $10 and $25 per square foot, depending on the type of wood and the complexity of the installation. However, these are just rough estimates, and the actual cost of the flooring and installation will depend on the specific circumstances of your project.

    Tile flooring can be a durable and long-lasting choice for your home, but it is not without its drawbacks. Some of the potential disadvantages of tile flooring include:

    1. Cost: Tile flooring can be more expensive than other types of flooring, such as carpet or vinyl, especially if you choose a high-end or specialty tile. The cost of installing tile flooring can also be higher, as it requires specialized tools and skills to lay the tiles properly.

    2. Cold: Tile flooring can feel cold to the touch, especially in cooler climates or during the winter months. This can be uncomfortable to walk on and may require the use of rugs or floor heating systems to make the floor more comfortable.

    3. Hard: Tile flooring can be hard and unforgiving, which can be uncomfortable to stand on for long periods of time and may be problematic for people with mobility issues or joint pain.

    4. Fragile: Some types of tile, such as ceramic or porcelain, can be brittle and prone to cracking or breaking if subjected to heavy loads or impacts. This can be a problem in high-traffic areas or in homes with pets or children.

    5. Difficult to repair: Tile flooring can be difficult to repair if it is damaged or if tiles need to be replaced. This is because tiles are typically installed in a specific pattern and any replacement tiles may not match the color or style of the existing tiles, making it difficult to seamlessly repair the floor.

    Both tile and vinyl flooring have their own unique benefits and drawbacks, and the best choice for you will depend on your budget, the intended use of the space, and the style and design of the room.

    Here are some of the pros and cons of tile and vinyl flooring:

    Tile flooring:

    Pros:

    • Durable and long-lasting
    • Easy to clean and maintain
    • Resistant to moisture and stains
    • Wide range of colors, sizes, and styles available

    Cons:

    • Can be cold and hard to stand on for long periods of time
    • Can be expensive, both in terms of the material and installation
    • May be prone to chipping or breaking if subjected to heavy loads or impacts

    Vinyl flooring:

    Pros:

    • Affordable
    • Easy to install
    • Wide range of colors and styles available
    • Resistant to moisture and stains
    • Soft and comfortable to stand on

    Cons:

    • May not be as durable as tile or other types of flooring
    • May require more maintenance to keep it looking its best
    • Some types of vinyl flooring may contain chemicals that can be off-gassing and potentially harmful to indoor air quality.

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