Tile Reconstruction in Columbus
About Our Tile Flooring Solutions
When it comes to home flooring, tile offers a durable alternative to other materials like carpet or hardwood, which are prone to scratches, cracks, and stains. And with a variety of tile options, it’s important to speak to a professional about which types are best for the room you’re considering retiling. CAP Restoration is here to help. With over 50 years of experience, our team is committed to helping you find the right tile for every room of your home.
Our Tile Reconstruction Process
- Once we’ve signed off on all aspects of the service, we’ll remove the old tile, including all dust, dirt, and debris from the surrounding area. Clearing out space to lay down new tile is key for an efficient process.
- Before we replace the tile, we’ll make sure you’re confident in the decision made. We’ll go over the designs one more time and even show you a sample and what it’ll look like on your floor. There’s nothing worse than a contractor that rushes to get a job done. That’s why our team consults with customers first, ensuring the job is getting executed properly.
- Then, we’ll complete the installation of your new tile in a safe and efficient manner. We use proper equipment that keeps our employees and customers secure from potential hazards like shattered tile or glass. When it comes to getting the job done, our team will work diligently to get you back on the floor of your dreams. We set realistic timelines for our customers that ensure their flooring solution will be finished on time if not sooner!
For assistance on reconstruction services, give us a call at (800) 946-1691!
Types of Tile Flooring Options
At CAP Restoration, our team offers a variety of tile options to help homeowners customize their space. For example, if you need tile reconstruction in your kitchen and dining room, you’re going to look for different solutions in each room. Some of our most popular options include:
- Ceramic Tiles
- Porcelain Tiles
- Marble Tiles
- Granite Tiles
- Slate Tiles
Benefits of Tile Installation
Easier to Clean
Are you constantly fighting a messy kitchen? Tile can make any clean-up a lot easier. Unlike other types of flooring materials that might stain after a spill, tile is an easy fix. Simply wipe or mop the mess away and it will look like nothing ever happened.
Tile is one of the strongest flooring materials in the industry. Even households with constant foot traffic won’t damage tile floors. Worried about dropping something and damaging your floor in the process? For tile to crack, it must be hit by something extremely heavy, which is rare. Plus, when it does crack, it’s generally just the outer layer that splits. This is an easy repair and won’t cost you as much money as a complete flooring replacement.
Unlike other materials, tile floors don’t retain odors and bacteria from pet stains. This can be beneficial to any home with pets. Once your pet stains a specific area of the floor, it’s more likely to return if the odor lingers. Having a floor that isn’t prone to holding odors removes the temptation for the animal to return and create another stain.
How Long Does Floor Tile Last?
Nearly forever. In a study released by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), tile floors are expected to last anywhere from 75 to 100 years. It should be noted that this lifespan depends on the type of tile. For example, granite and marble tile floors usually last longer than ceramic. Consistently cleaning and maintaining the tile also prolongs its lifespan. Replacing panels that have cracked or split can help tremendously. This is done to prohibit the crack from spreading to other parts of the flooring. The good news? Most homeowners won’t have to worry about cracks in the first decade of newly installed tile flooring.
Will I Have to Replace Tile Grout?
Yes, it’s possible that over the years you may need to replace your tile’s grout. Our team recommends using a grout sealer once a year to avoid any cracks in the grout. Failure to do so could result in the grout coming apart and tiles becoming prone to cracks. The sealer will also help prevent grout from absorbing some of the same odors and bacteria you were trying to avoid in the first place.
Should I Tile My Kitchen Floor?
Yes. If you’re going to tile any room in your house it should be your kitchen. Due to tile’s durability, water resistance, and overall cleanliness, it’s the perfect match for any kitchen. Worried about finding kitchen floor tile that matches your home’s style? Our team has a variety of tile flooring options that fit your needs.
To get started on a tile solution in your home, contact our team of flooring experts today!