You’ve asked and we’ve answered. Here is some information on Floor Tiles Prices that will help with your next tile installation project. This may also help with your wall tile pricing needs as well.
You will find that the price of floor tiles will depend on the surface area to be tiled, the type of tile, the preparation required (e.g. tile cutting), the tiling labor rate/ cost to install, the tile material cost and its grade of finish.
Installing a ceramic tile or porcelain tile floor is something you can do yourself, however, you may want to get a tile flooring contractor on board to help you out. They will be able to give you a more accurate tile material and install cost.
Here is the tile cost per square foot for some common type of tiles which can be used for both floor and wall tiling:
Subway Tile: $3 (In-Store) to $8.50 (Including Shipping)
Stone Look Tile: $2 (In-Store) to $7.50 (Including Shipping)
Wood Look Tile: $3 (In-Store) to $8.50 (Including Shipping)
Mosaic Tile: $5 (In-Store) to $10.50 (Including Shipping)
Subway Tile: $3 (In-Store) to $8 (Including Shipping)
Glass Tile: $6 (In-Store) to $11.50 (Including Shipping)
Ceramic tile: $2 (In-Store) to $7.50 (Including Shipping)
Porcelain Tile: $2 (In-Store) to $7.50 (Including Shipping)
Don’t forget that the larger your tile order the lower the per square foot tile cost for you!
You will also want to make sure that your local tile installation professional is both insured and licensed.
We hope our cost guide helps you with your next project and we have also included some good ideas for your next home decoration project below, we hope you find inspiration in them.
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Our Top Tiling Tip for the day: Chose easy to clean tiles to cut down on your domestic work load!