Tile Installations Bucks & Montgomery County PA

Tile Backsplash In Kitchen Installed By Buxmont GC
Tile Backsplash In Kitchen Installed By Buxmont GC

Tile Installer Serving Bucks & Montgomery County
We specialize in beautiful custom tile installations

Are you planning a home improvement project that involves the installation of tile?  Tile will always be a decorative staple in home remodeling projects because of it’s timeless look, it’s luxurious feel, it’s easy to clean and very durable.  There is also an endless supply of colors, patterns, sizes and styles to suit any taste making tile installation a popular option for flooring, backsplashes and shower and tub surrounds.

Buxmont Electrical & General Contracting is a local home remodeling contractor based out of Horsham PA and serving Bucks County, Montgomery County, and the surrounding area. We specialize in the installation of tile for entryways, bathrooms, kitchens and anywhere else you’d like to have decorative tile installed in your home or your business.  From a beautiful new tile shower surround, to a new mosaic tile floor in your entryway or a new tile backsplash for your kitchen, we’ll be able to bring fresh ideas and inspiration to your project.  You can rest easy knowing your project is in the hands of a meticulous professional and his small team of dedicated craftsman.

Tile Installations Bucks & Montgomery County

  • Tile Flooring (kitchens / bathrooms / entryways)
  • Mosaic Tile Installations
  • Tile Tub and Shower Surrounds
  • Tile Backsplashes
  • Tile Fireplace Surrounds and Borders
  • Tile Removal and Repair Services

Understanding The Durability Ratings Of Tile

Not every tile is made for every application, there is a durability scale used in the industry called a “PEI” rating and it stands for “Porcelain Enamel Institute.”  Knowing the PEI rating of the tile you’re looking at can help you determine the hardness and durability for it’s application.  The scale runs from 1-5 with a 1 being the most fragile and suitable for wall use only to a 5 which is considered the most durable and suitable for heavy foot traffic.

To avoid premature failure of your tile you need to make sure you’re choosing the right tile for the location you’d like to install it.

Types Of Tile We Can Install

Glass Tiles:  Glass tiles are an excellent decorative choice to bring a distinctive look to your home or office and they are an environmentally friendly choice too!  Glass is an easy material to shape, color and style into tiles hence the massive variety available to consumers from opaque to shiny to dull and more.  Although they are made out of glass, glass tiles are still extremely durable and strong and will stand up to years of abuse in both residential and commercial settings.

Porcelain Tiles:  Porcelain tiles are actually a ceramic tile that is considered stronger and more durable than a standard ceramic tile.  It’s harder surface resists impact and it’s ability to keep out water prevents the material from getting stained.  There are a wide variety of porcelain tiles available in varying colors, styles, patterns and sizes.  Porcelain tiles are very easy to clean if you are after a low-maintenance architectural covering for your surfaces.

Ceramic Tiles:  Ceramic tiles are another very popular option because of their durability, ease of maintenance and wide availability.  Ceramic tiles can be found in both glazed and unglazed versions with the latter requiring a sealant in order to be installed in wet areas like a bathroom or a kitchen counter for example.  Glazed or sealed ceramic tiles are the perfect option for wet and humid areas like a bathroom surround or floor and they resist stains like a porcelain tile.

Natural Stone Tiles:  Natural stone tiles are the ultimate in luxury, these earth harvested materials are very popular in high-end construction and remodeling projects.  Natural stone tiles could be made from slate, limestone, marble, travertine, granite, and even sandstone.  Some natural stone is more porous than others, thus making natural stone tiles slightly more susceptible to stain from liquid spills than porcelain or ceramic tiles.  Natural stone tiles are often the most expensive option.

Choosing The Right Contractor For Your Home Remodeling Project

Now it’s time for some truth. You probably know that anyone with construction experience can buy some tools, get a license (or not), get insurance (or not), and call themselves a home remodeling contractor.  This doesn’t mean all remodeling contractors are capable of the same quality and standards of craftsmanship or the overall customer experience they offer.

When you choose to work with Bux-Mont Electrical & General Contracting you’ll find out that we are professional in everything we do.  We are clear communicators and you’ll have one point of contact throughout the duration of your remodeling project. We are careful and safe while working on your property and we make every effort to minimize any hassles and stress while we work on your home.

We listen to your needs, we pay attention to the finer details and we don’t cut-corners. Our goal is to produce quality work at a competitive price and we ensure you are completely satisfied with your finished project.  This is your home, we want you to be over-the-top happy with the outcome.

It’s through our unwavering commitment to each and every customer that our business continues to grow through the word-of-mouth referrals and recommendations our happy customers continue to give. We’d love the opportunity to take a look at your potential home remodeling project so you can see first hand how amazing we are to work with and how knowledgeable we are in the remodeling process. You want to make significant changes to your home and we’re the company that can do them for you. Are you ready to get started?

If you’d like to arrange an initial in-home consultation for your tile installation project give us a call at (215) 292-1592 or fill out our online contact form and we’ll get back to you right away to arrange a time for us to meet.  We’re excited to meet you and learn how we can help you with your project.

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