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8. Elite Transformations LLC
from 55 reviews
  • 13 years in business
  • 62 hires on Thumbtack
"I would like to give Ehren more stars because I liked him and his Dad. Ehren did a good job with the drywall, the tile installation and his dad Jim did a great job with the electric and plumbing. The decorative tile in the shower area is a little wonky in spots. It doesn’t all sit flush. He had to regrout the shower because the grout was rough and uneven, which he did. He installed a transition piece which originally hung over the curb a good 2”. I caught my toe on it leaving the shower after inspecting the new grout, he fixed it by adding tile to make it flush with he transition piece he installed. Not exactly what I had in mind, but okay. I was content with the appearance of his work, in fact overall his tile work looks very pretty. Where he really went wrong was installing the $900 sliding frameless shower door. He installed the stabilizer bar, the upper bar on which the entire door fitting relies on, and on which the rollers roll, was installed with one end higher then the other, the bottom bar is also installed unevenly so the doors are much wider apart then they should be. One door is approximately 2" higher than the other. They aren’t level by any stretch of the imagination. He used gobs of white caulk to install the upper stabilizing bar and it looks awful. What was supposed to be the center piece of an expensive bathroom remodel looks like a careless afterthought. The handle on the door is higher at one end than on the other and the top of the handle was not properly installed and pulls away from the door. The entire door is uneven, the handle would not stay on. The installation is so bad that the top side is further from the edge then the bottom, the critical stabilizer bar unevenly hung and the bottom track uneven as well. So badly that the glass rubs. The day he installed the door was his last day, he did not let us know he was leaving and did not do a walk through, in fact he left every day without touching base with us. Although Jim did a walk through for the electric and plumbing. When I asked Ehren about the door, he said the handle arrived damaged. He never mentioned the “damaged” shower door handle. I asked him via text about repairing the installation errors on the shower door and thats when he mentioned the handle arrived damaged. On the last day I asked him to breakdown all the boxes and get rid of the construction debris he threw into our yard. He said he would take care of everything. He didn’t clean up and left a garbage can so full and heavy that we had to partially unload it into another bag to move it. He did not breakdown the boxes and my husband had to spend 2 hours in the heat doing that. He also left a mess of construction debris in our yard. Ehren’s response to my frantic complaints is word for word…”I can adjust door top a little at the wheels and move the threshold. The middle reveal can’t be move it’s tight to each side of the walls for sealing of the walls. The handle we will have to see if they can send another one not damage were screw goes into. Yes I can stop by Tuesday. N the morning pick up trash and debri. Then I can take a look at the issues.” In other words he can’t or won’t reinstall it?? In all fairness I will say that the door was not in the original quote, neither was the electric or plumbing. I paid him an additional $1,000 for the additional work bringing the total labor to $5600 with an additional supplies charge of $855. I purchased the vanity, sconces, toilet, tile, some hardie plank and drywall. We’ve been back and forth angrier and angrier most of the day, I threatened him with small claims court if the expensive glass shower door could not be safely removed and reinstalled correctly and he threatened to sue me for defamation of character if I posted a negative review."

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How much does it cost to tile a shower?

The cost of tiling a shower depends on two main factors: the size of the shower and the quality of the tiles. In general, most professional tilers charge an average of $25 per square foot of tiled area and the national average cost for a tile installation project is $490-$750. The tiles themselves are the greatest variable; the cost depends on their size, shape, pattern and manufacturer. For example, tile purchased at a volume discount from a big-box store cost far less than tiles made in small batches by an artisan ceramics shop. Prices can range from as little as $1 to $50 or more per square foot of tile. Other factors that will drive up the total tile installation cost are grout and mortar, speciality tiles like bullnose caps or soap holders, and surface prep materials, especially if drywall needs to be replaced before the tile can be installed. Many tile installers will also remove and haul away any old materials from an existing shower installation.  

How much does it cost to install a ceramic tile floor?

Tile installation costs for ceramic floors depend on the type of tile you select. You can purchase tile that sells for under $2 per square foot or tile that costs $50 per square foot — or more for artisanal and hand-painted tiles. The cost of labor to install a tile floor will also depend on the tile you select. It is far less labor-intensive to install a white 12-inch by 12-inch square tile than a 2-inch by 2-inch hexagonal tile with a distinct pattern. That extra time and energy equates to a higher per-square-foot installation cost. For example, a flooring pro may charge approximately $3.50 per square foot for labor to install wood-look tile in an area ranging between 6 feet by 24 feet and 8 feet by 48 feet. That same pro may charge $6 or more per square foot for a more intricate pattern, or a smaller space. Some installers may charge a minimum day rate for ceramic tile floor installation, such as $340 minimum per day, to cover business expenses and employee wages. If you’re looking to reduce costs, removing your existing flooring and handling any repairs needed can help eliminate prep work costs. Prep work may be charged per hour and could cost anywhere from $25 to $80 per hour or more, depending on the region and the type of repair work necessary.

How much does it cost to tile a bathroom?

Tile installation costs are a key part of your bathroom remodel costs. The tile you select (which can range from under $2 per square foot to $50 per square foot or more), the demolition and repair work required prior to installation, and the size of the job will all affect cost. You can install tile in the shower, on the counters, on the wall or on the floor. The national average for tile installation cost ranges between $490 and $750. Bathroom tile is easy to clean and durable for daily life. Here are some examples of average bathroom tile installation costs:

  • Tile installation at $25 per square foot of tiled bathroom area.
    • A standard tub and shower combo requires tiles for approximately 60 inches of length. Calculate wall height and add 30 to 36 inches of tub width for the walls at the head and foot of the tub. If the tile walls are 6 feet to 8 feet high, in this example, the tile installation costs would run about $2,000. Price includes materials.
  • Tile installation on a 3-foot by 5-foot regular tub and shower walls with an 8-foot ceiling: $1,450. Price includes materials.
  • Tile installation on a 3-foot by 5-foot regular tub and shower walls with a 10-foot ceiling: $1,650. Price includes materials.

For more on how to remodel a bathroom and bathroom tiling check out The Complete Thumbtack Bathroom Remodel Guide.

How much does it cost to install tile?

Tile installation costs vary widely depending on the tiles you choose, where you want them installed, and what kind of demolition and surface preparation you need to have done. The national average cost for a tile installation project is $490-$750. The more tiles that need to be cut by hand and laid on the surface, the higher the total cost. Tile installation professionals can handle many different types of stone, ceramic and porcelain tiles, applying them in kitchens, bathrooms, hallways and entranceways. They can create anything from artistic mosaic backsplashes in your kitchen to modern shower enclosures to rustic patios in your backyard. Tile installation professions often can remove existing flooring or old tiles and replace drywall. Tile prices range from $1 to more than $50 per square foot — handmade ones are even priced individually — depending on the material. Rustic, handmade or special-use tiles cost more to install because they must be applied to the surface one by one, rather than in a sheet. For most jobs, tile installation costs are based on the square footage of the project. For example, a standard 6-foot by 8-foot shower tile installation can average $1,200-$1,600, depending on whether the tiles go to the top of the shower or to the ceiling. The total cost of a tiling project also includes the grout and mortar, speciality tiles like bullnose caps, and tile mounting materials like backer board.

How much does it cost to install tiles in a kitchen?

One of the most common kitchen upgrades is installing decorative backsplash tiles in the space between the counters and cabinets. It’s a chance for homeowners to get creative while also protecting the kitchen walls from splashes and stains. Like all tiling projects, kitchen tile project costs depend on the tiles you choose, installation materials such as grout and mortar, and any surface materials, like replacement backer board. The national average for a tiled kitchen backsplash is $490-$750. In general, pricing averages $10-$40 per square foot for installation, not including tile. Some professional tile installers have a minimum day rate for small projects, which averages $350.

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