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TileWorks is Birmingham Alabama's Premier Ceramic Tile & Stone Installation Company, since 1997. We work closely with homeowners, homebuilders & designers in all phases of the ceramic tile & stone installation process.

We do the work Ourselves, and do not contract out, to insure the highest quality results. Tile Works serves Birmingham, Hoover, Mountain Brook and surrounding area. Free Estimates and design consultations!

Visit our site at Birminghamtilework.com for more information.

Ceramic Tile Installer - Stone Installer

Services Provided
Installation of Ceramic Tile & Natural Stone. Tubs, Showers, Floors, Patios, Backsplashes, Wainscots, Fireplaces etc.

We specialize in Bathroom remodeling and Kitchen Remodeling for clients looking for a turnkey solution.
Birmingham & Hoover Tile Company

Residential & Commercial.

Solid Surface Countertops. Granite, Marble & Travertine

Areas Served
Birmingham Alabama, Hoover, Vestavia, Homewood, Chelsea, Pelham Alabama & Surrounding Areas
Contact: Greg Snow
Location: 920 Riverchase Pkwy
Birmingham, AL 35244
License Number: 1007275
Typical Job Costs: $200 - 20,000
Our Jobs range from small projects of $200 to larger residential & commercial installations of $15,000.
Commented: Need backsplash ideas please! The 3 x 6 usually fits the best imo. Like this one I did in the picture . I like staggered but You can also run it herringbone which is popular choice.
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Commented: To tile over tile or pull up the old tile?? It would be fine to do if tile is currently laid directly on the slab and isnt cracking. May have to trim some doors, pop of base etc. Could save you some big dollars. If its already laid on a mud bed...
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Commented: POLL: Marble countertops - Yes or No? go for quartz
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Commented: What is this backsplash called? Those are called penny rounds. That's actually a bathroom floor but they look good on backsplashes too. Make sure you hire a very skilled setter to work with these tiles.
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Commented: Bathroom Tiles.... That's a lot of different tile patterns and lines for one bathroom IMO .
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Commented: Need help selecting tile and shower doors Lots of options out there, just make sure your tile choice is designed to be easy cleaning with minimal grout joint size and keep it sealed. Frameless glass is the way to go if in your budget.
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TileWorks commented on a discussion: Bathroom Tiles....