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Business Profile
Tile Custom Design

Some individuals specialize in custom designed tiles. As you may be aware, tile is basically baked clay that is cut into sections for flooring in kitchens, bathrooms, and other areas. Many experts that handle tile and ceramic materials, additionally work with limestone, marble, granite, and porcelain materials. All of which can be used to design kitchen countertops, bathroom shower stalls, and outdoor patio or swimming pool mosaics. Since countless people like to decorate their homes, there are plenty of work opportunities in this business. As for how much you can make as a custom designed tile dealer or contractor, this varies depending on your location and expertise.

Tile flooring can be a fun business to work in. However, you must understand various materials like travertine, glass, granite, brick, and stone. While travertine is a calcareous rock material that is often light in color, marble and granite are heavier rock or stone materials. If you work as a contractor, you will often need to install custom tile, hardwood floors, ceramic slate, or painted and glazed stone materials in residential homes. While some clients will want a custom designed mural on their kitchen counter, others will want a unique mosaic pattern installed in their swimming pool. This process or task can take a great deal of time and effort. You may also have to work with large outdoor patios, as well as small indoor showers at times.

Needless to say, you will work with all kinds of customers and residential homeowners in this business. Many people like to decorate their homes in different ways.
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22611 Tuwa Rd, Tomball, TX 77375
(281) 516-3393  
R.W. Hard Custom Tile specializing in custom work, mud work since 1978. Our tile contractors and setters specialize in the best in custom, commercial & residential tile work.
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5020 FM 1960 Rd. Ste.A5A, Houston, TX 77069
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Getting custom decorative tile can give you the bathroom or kitchen of your dreams. In order to make sure that you are choosing custom tile contractors that can give you all of the tile design, painting, cutting, and installation services that you need for your kitchen and bathroom, though, you will need to know what questions to ask them. Ask the custom decorative tile companies how long they have been in business. Your floors are an important part of your home, so you want a company with plenty of experience working with them. Find out if they have experience making patterns, mosaics, and murals to specific designs. Ask the company what types of materials they can use to make your custom tiles. You might want to choose from materials like Mexican travertine, slate, Italian marble, glazed porcelain, glass, limestone, and ceramic. You should tell the company where they will be laying the ceramic tiles, such as outdoors on a patio or pool, or indoors in the shower floor, because they might need to know if they will be cutting wood, brick, granite, stones, or other natural or man made materials before laying the custom tile. Ask the companies if they are bonded. This can help protect you from a company that does not perform the work correctly or even fails to complete the work. Be sure to pay close attention to the levels of courtesy the companies' reps use when they are answering your questions. You can often use this to help you determine how much they really value your business.