If your stone tiles are loose or damaged, some new grout will do the trick - simply remove the stone tile carefully with a chisel, get rid of the remaining grout, apply a new layer of grout and layer on the new tile. Since the process requires meticulous care, we recommend hiring a home service pro to get the job done.
Recommended Pros in Edmonton, AB
Over 40 years experience in kitchen cabinet building , wall and floor tile setting Read more 15 years experience setting tile and stone. Kitchens, baths, showers. Making your home look beautiful with tile!
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Since 2007 we have worked on over 500 houses a year. A preferred to developers and residential customers alike.
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Recently Reviewed Edmonton Tile: Natural Stone (Granite, Marble, Slate, Quartz, etc)
Eugenio is an excellent craftsman, a real professional who showed conscientiousness and attention to detail in the removal of our old tile, and in the placing of our new tile. He went over and above expectation to ensure the...
Greg is very meticulous in his work and knows how to work with flaws and imperfections of the mounting wall to make the tile look great. He keeps his work area uncluttered, puts down cloth over flooring to keep the...
Replaced one piece fiberglass shower with shower basin and tiles. Greg installed the waterproof board and new 2x4 feet tiles c/w 2 12"×12" niches. Structural needed to be modified to accommodate niches. Existing backsplash tiles in kitchen...