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Mount Vernon Tiling Professionals

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Burns Builders
5.0
from 6 reviews
  • 29 years in business
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
Christina F.
Verified review

They redone my kitchen floor, we had a water issue. Bob's crew came in and laid tile & it looks fabulous!!! Could not ask for better guys & their work was fantastic!!! They work, they don't come & do a lil here & there , these guys don't stop till it's done!!! You want top quality work done?? Call Burns Builders!!!!

  • 3 years in business
Daryl W.
Verified review

I ordered a move for my family through this company. I was moving to Belleville metro from the countryside in Oakdale. Quinn's crew arrived on time and did the move without problems. I would have to rate this a great moving company. I'm currently having them do some handyman work in my new house and can't wait for my newly tiled bathroom!

  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Tom W.
Verified review

Had Andy out at my house to do some drywall and tile work in my bathroom. He did exactly what he said he would do within the timeframe he said he would do it. The quality of work was very good as well.....he even went through the trouble of removing the old trim on our walls without damaging it to give us the option of reusing it to save some money. Although I opted for new trim in the end, I appreciate that kind of consideration. I would not hesitate to use Andy and his crew again.

Smith Floor Solutions
5.0
from 2 reviews
  • 3 years in business
Steve A.
Verified review

Joe Smith installed a new kitchen floor for us that was quite a challenge. One part of the kitchen is about 80 years old and was covered in ceramic tile, while the other part of the kitchen is 18 years old and was covered with hardwood. There was a noticeable crown where the two floors met and Joe mastered the joining of the floors with a new ceramic tile covering over the entire kitchen. He is a tireless worker, obviously takes pride in his work, is extremely customer friendly and keeps his work space clean and as unobtrusive as is possible. Joe communicated well with us and listened to everything we sent his way in terms of expectations. His knowledge and craftsmanship are exceptional.

  • 8 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Rose U.
Verified review

I am an ederly woman who's house burnt badly on thanksgiving not only did I have to start from scratch,drywall paint Windows trim doors and a entire new kitchen and porcelain tile flooring and cabinets.I asked 5 people who they recommend 4 of 5 said Scotty Mabry not only did he do a beautiful job and walk me through it he worked very late nights and got me back in my house 3 wks early I still had 3 wks paid for at the hotel but he knew how badly I wanted back in.I've had so many comments on the colors and how everything ties together.I would recommend him for any job.He will walk you through the entire process and his work ethic &attention to detail are outstanding even my insurance company was impressed! His prices are fair.This is the first time I met Scott I trusted word of mouth and so happy I did.Thanks Scott for turning a bad situation into a great one!

Jeremy D.
Verified review

Quality workmanship excellent customer service would hire again for any projects

Q & A

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How can I get my grout clean?

Dirt, mildew and grime can make your grout lines look downright tragic. If you have the ability, DIY tile and grout cleaning is definitely doable. Your main obstacles are time, project size, availability of the right materials and effort. Your first step in tile and grout cleaning is making sure the surface area is cleaned of basic dirt and buildup and wiped down. Be sure not to use a bleach-based cleaning agent, which could react dangerously with the vinegar used in later steps.

Depending on the delicacy of your tile and grout, it may be wise to start with water and friction before proceeding to a cleaning solution. In the shower you can spray the area while brushing gently, or use a spray bottle filled with warm water on countertops or floors. If water won’t do the trick, try a solution of equal parts warm water and white vinegar, and repeat the gentle brushing motion. This combination should begin to lift dirt and grime from the grout. For additional tile and grout cleaning power, baking soda applied directly to grout lines and sprayed with your water vinegar solution can help suds off sticky grime. If your DIY cleaning solutions aren’t doing the trick, store-bought sprays and pastes may have more cleansing power. Rinse thoroughly after cleaning and enjoy your sparkling clean grout.

Tile and grout cleaning supplies include:

  • Old standard or electric toothbrush
  • Stiff bristle brush
  • Spray bottle
  • White vinegar
  • Commercial grout cleaner

How much does it cost to get tiling done?

You can install tiling on your floors, walls, counters, kitchen backsplash, outdoor patio and shower — to name a few places. Tile is beautiful, easy to clean, durable, and resilient against kids and pets. The national average for tile installation cost ranges between $490 and $750. Often, tile installation specialists quote a price per square foot for installation. Costs can increase if you want the pro to supply the tile instead of ordering it yourself. Other factors that can increase cost include specialized installation with a unique design that will require more labor to install.

Prep work will also affect tile installation costs. Demolition of the existing floor, counter or backsplash takes time and energy that will be reflected in the price. Necessary repairs, such as a sub-floor that needs bolstering before tile flooring can be installed, will also increase costs. For tile showers, one example of tile installation cost may be approximately $25 per square foot including all materials and labor. Average tile installation costs for backsplashes may run anywhere from $10 to $40, depending on the materials selected and the amount of labor required. The larger the area where tile is being installed, the lower the price per square foot will likely be. For example, a flooring pro may charge approximately $3.50 per square foot for wood-look tile installation in an area ranging between 6 feet by 24 feet and 8 feet by 48 feet.

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 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 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.

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