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Ceramic Tile Installation

Does your kitchen or bathroom need a mini makeover? Adding ceramic tiles to your floor, backsplash or countertops is a great way to revamp the space without resorting to a full remodeling project. Or perhaps you’ve almost completed that smart new kitchen or bathroom and ceramic tiles will provide the perfect finishing touch. Either way, hiring ceramic tile contractors is a smart move, because it ensures your tiles will be professionally installed and last for many years to come.

How it works

Finding the right experts for your ceramic wall tile installation doesn't have to be a chore. You'll need to provide a few details about your project and your zip code, before being connected with local businesses for a free price quote. It's simple and hassle-free.

Ceramic tile installation cost


The average cost to install ceramic tile varies greatly depending on the size of the space. Prices start at around $5* per square foot for the tiles themselves, while labor will be charged separately.


Types of ceramic tile installation



The average cost of adding tiles to a bathroom wall ranges from $7 to $25 per square foot*.



Adding tiled flooring to a kitchen or bathroom can cost up to $15 per square foot, with homeowners spending an average of $825 or more for ceramic tiles*.


Backsplash and countertops

A tiled backsplash is a practical and stylish choice and will cost between $25 and $35 per square foot*, with costs rising if you use more ornate tiles.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of ceramic tiles?
Ceramic tiles are hard wearing and moisture resistant, which makes them a perfect choice for bathrooms and kitchens. The price to install ceramic tile isn't high compared with other options, and they're also effortless to clean. With so many styles and colors available, you're sure to find tiles to suit your home.
Is ceramic tile better than porcelain?
Porcelain tile installation tends to cost more than ceramic overall because the materials are usually more expensive. However, porcelain is more durable and resistant to scuffs and scratches than ordinary ceramic tiles, so it might be the perfect option if you're laying a new floor.
Is laying ceramic tile over my existing tiled floor a good idea?
Ceramic tiles can be laid over old tiles, so long as they are in good condition. However, it depends on the type of tile that’s already there. If it has a high-gloss finish, then laying new ceramic tiles over the old ones might not be possible as the adhesive won’t work. Speak to a ceramic tile installation professional to find out if your old tiles will need to be removed.
Can ceramic tiles be used outdoors?
Depending on the climate where you live, ceramic tiles can add be great for adding a splash of color to your outdoor space. They’re only resilient enough for moderate temperatures, though, so if you live in an area that’s prone to freezing winters then you might want to consider porcelain tiles instead, as these won’t crack.

*Cost estimates referenced are sourced from HomeAdvisor, Angie's List and other national home improvement websites.

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