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Hiring a Tile Installer

If you are going to install tiles on your house or need it for your commercial establishment, then it is extremely important to hire professional tile installer than trying to do it on your own to save money. You can expect getting exceptional results if you hire a contractor who has the experience, skill and specialization in such job. You must need to allot your time in doing things on your own as there are no certifications for tile installers. Go to the reference of this site bathroom tiles Bonney Lake.

 

I suggest that you consider the tips that are discussed in the next paragraphs if you want to have better chances of hiring the best installers.

 

Tip number 1. Choose the design of tiles before hiring installers - big projects normally involves laying different tile sizes in patterns which are quite costly to install.

 

Tip number 2. Ask for referrals - it is ideal to call anyone that you know who had recently done tile installation and inquire which contractor they've used for the service. You've got to check whether they're satisfied with the service and to what level of workmanship the contractor has. You can read more about tile subcontractor by clicking the link.

 

Tip number 3. Go to tile supplier - this one doesn't indicate that you should be visiting their office. It is more of going to them, and ask them for a list of tile installers that are getting supplies from them. But you have to take into account that this is just a list and not referral of installers who became their regular customers. From the list provided on the other hand, expect that the tile installers listed have years of experience in the field.

 

Tip number 4. Contact at least 3 tile installers - you may ask preliminary questions in finding out if they're suitable for the project you want to be done. Few of the questions that you must inquire to your prospect can be anything from how long they've been in the business, how many projects they averagely finish in a month, when they can start with the job and so on. Aside from that, it is your right to know if the installer is currently working on a project that you may visit to assess their work quality.

 

Tip number 5. Schedule a meeting - after finding 3 tile installers, the next thing that you have to do is to set up a meeting with them. Throughout the meeting, you've got to ask them how many tiles you have to order for your project, how quick they can complete the job, how many people are needed on the project, how much time will it take for the project to finish and if they can produce a copy of their insurance.