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Useful Ceramic Tile Contractor Definitions

Ceramic tile contractors are located all over the country. Many businesses and residential homeowners look to these contractors and dealers to get assistance with home improvement projects such as kitchen or bathroom floor remodeling. Decorative tile can certainly improve the appearance and value of homes and other buildings. However, before laying ceramic slate or natural tile, you should first understand a little about this industry. Take a look at the useful definitions found below and you will be better equipped to deal with ceramic tile contractors.

  • Mexican Tile – An imported ceramic or terracotta tile that is typically vibrant in color, and offers a Mexican or southwestern style or appearance.
  • Slate – This is a fine-grained metamorphic rock that is green, gray, or bluish in hue. It can be split into thin sheets easily.
  • Marble – A hard form of limestone that is both crystalline and metamorphic. It is typically white with mottlings or streaks.
  • Tile Contractor – A licensed professional that installs or lays tile, marble, and porcelain materials for a living. This installation process is commonly done in bathroom showers, on kitchen floors, and around or in swimming pools.
  • Italian Marble – A specific type of expensive marble that is imported from Italy, and is often used on floors, around fireplaces, and in other parts of residential homes. It can be acquired in a wide range of colors to suit different preferences.
  • Ceramic Murals – Also known as clay art, this is a picture, typically on a wall or floor, that is designed from glazed tiles of various colors and styles.
  • Tile Dealer – A professional that sells and distributes ceramic tile, marble materials, and decorative slate to be used for home improvement projects, building remodeling, and murals.
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    Cuneos Custom Tile & Marble
    Eugene, OR 97405
    (541) 689-9559
    College Hill Construction
    Eugene, OR 97405
    (541) 485-5858
    Accurate Ceramic Tile & Marble
    Eugene, OR 97405
    (541) 285-7684
    Blue Ridge Tile & Stone
    Eugene, OR 97405
    (541) 912-7533
    Daltile
    1471 Railroad Blvd, Eugene, OR 97402
    (541) 686-0217
    McKenzie Stone & Tile
    4232 W 5th Ave, Eugene, OR 97402
    (541) 342-8366
    Florida Tile Service Center
    1939 W 2nd Ave Ste B5, Eugene, OR 97402
    (541) 334-3602
    Ceramic Tile Supply Northwest
    1620 W 7th Ave, Eugene, OR 97402
    (541) 343-0449
    Bella Stone & Interiors
    4091 W 11th Ave, Eugene, OR 97402
    (541) 255-0640
    Emser Tile
    191 Seneca Rd Ste A, Eugene, OR 97402
    (541) 434-8453
    Andrew Jay McCullough & Amy Jane McCullough
    1585 Scandia St, Eugene, OR 97402
    (541) 554-3774
    Floors Unlimited
    1 Club Rd, Eugene, OR 97401
    (541) 345-8448
    Burrell Brian Tile Inc
    31817 Gowdyville Rd, Cottage Grove, OR 97424
    (541) 942-6872
    Terrance Christopher Lee
    888 Fremont Ave, Eugene, OR 97404
    (541) 912-3233
    Thimbles And Threads
    665 Ivy St, Junction City, OR 97448
    (541) 998-3312


    Ceramic tiles have been found in ruins that date back over 4000 years. They were heavily used by the Romans, and many of their murals survive today. Roofing is one of the older uses of ceramic tiles, although slate is also common in some parts of the world. Ceramic tiles are also used as flooring material. Although plastic composite is used as a cheaper alternative, ceramic tile floors and walls are still common. They are most commonly used in kitchens and bathrooms, especially to line showers. In modern times, Mexican and Italian tiles are considered to be of particularly high quality. Some dealers specialize in them. Dealers sell tiles to both home owners and to contractors. Contractors often lay tiles as part of remodeling or home improvement. Tiles are also used to line ponds and swimming pools. They may be in their natural state or glazed or painted. Tile installation requires a certain amount of skill. Although some may attempt it as part of a home improvement project, it is most often done by a contractor. Remodeling a kitchen or bathroom is likely to need new tile. Interior designers may also request decorative tiles. Stone, especially marble, is also used. The highest end tiles are porcelain. These are often more durable than standard ceramics, and are frost and weather proof. The pattern also goes all the way through the tile. These are, thus, the most expensive and high quality option. Dealers purchase from manufacturers and sell to the general public. Contractors may obtain tile either from dealers or manufacturers, and use it in the projects they are handling. The demand for ceramic tile remains solid, despite alternative materials.
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