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Miscalculations with the number of tiles needed
Some first-time tilers will just buy exactly the number of tiles to cover the area they want to tile. However, in practice, you should get 5%-10% more tiles than the minimum to insure yourself against breakages, miscalculations and difficulties cutting to size. This also gives you some spare tiles to replace cracked ones in future.

 
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Welcome to Tile Pro Hawaii!

High quality custom flooring for Residential, Business, Corporate, Educational Facilities, Retail Locations, Hotel and Recreation Tile Pro Hawaii :: Bathroom Tile Hawaii :: Kitchen Tile Hawaii  ::  Hawaii Tile CompanyFacilities as well as the Entertainment Industry all over Hawaii since 1985.

 

We understand what our clients are looking for and require, quality and professional installation, attention to detail, buying power and above all service. Tile Pro Hawaii sets itself apart from all others by providing the complete package.


* Flooring: carpet, vinyl sheet goods, vct, wood, stone, ceramic, rubber
* Floor Preparation: moisture barriers, concrete under laminates
* Concrete: sealing, epoxy

We accomplish all of this with our own highly trained labor and support staff. Tile Pro Hawaii offers elaborate show rooms to assist with floor covering selections and colors keeping us as an independent source, which adds objectivity and flexibility to any project.

 
Pricing Tile: What It's Going To Cost?

Homeowners know that budgets are one of the most influential factors when choosing a flooring material. Tile cost is no different. It's important to have a ballpark figure of what different materials are going to cost so you can make an informed decision about which is best for you. Here's a list of the most popular tiles on the market, and their cost per square foot for materials and installation. Keep in mind, however, that tile cost varies depending on region, the type of material you choose, and labor costs. In other words, these tile cost figures aren't gospel, they're just here to give you an idea of what to expect when you start shopping around.

 Stone tiles, including marble, granite, travertine, and others are by far the most expensive tiling choice when it comes to both materials and installation. Tile cost for stone runs $7 to $20 per square foot for the material itself, and $6 to $8 dollars per square foot, at least, for installation. Many tilers charge more for installing stone because lugging around the tiles is tougher than working with its ceramic or vinyl counterparts.

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