Here are common features that may impact the cost to install tile floor:
Adding a tile backsplash to kitchen counters, behind the stove or in the bathroom may add to your cost, but can greatly beautify your home. If you choose to use the same tile material as the rest of your space you’ll need to factor in more square footage and higher labor costs. Choosing a different high-end tile could add to your bill, but for many homeowners, it’s well worth the additional cost.
Cement tile is durable and available in a wide variety of designs. Often used for modern spaces, cement tile takes and holds color well, making it an ideal option if you’re looking for colorful patterned or printed tile.
A go-to in today’s homes, glazed ceramic tile handles water well and resists staining. It’s also easy to clean. Ceramic tile floor installation costs tend to be low compared to many other common types of flooring.
One of the most durable types of tile flooring, porcelain is an exceptional choice for almost any room in your home because it's available in so many styles. Because porcelain is very hard and strong, it is more expensive than ceramic. Labors costs are also higher on average since porcelain is more difficult to cut.
Typically used for walls, shower walls and backsplashes, glass tile can give your home an elegant appearance. Available in transitional and modern styles, mixing glass with other tile materials is common to give a room more depth and design flair.
Marble, slate, travertine and granite tile can all add richness to your kitchen, living room or bathroom. Natural stone typically costs more than cement, ceramic or porcelain, but it can add to the overall resale value of your home.
Typically a mixture of small tiles, mosaics can add movement and visual interest to backsplashes, walls and shower walls. Tile costs can vary based on material, and installation costs may be slightly higher since more individual tiles are used.
Decorative tile accents help bring a simple tile design to life. These accents can cost homeowners a little more since layout and design are more time consuming. However, adding an adornment to your tile installation should not dramatically impact your overall price.
Adding trim to a space can up the level of elegance in any room. While it may cost more than going without, it’s often essential in many spaces. It’s also quite cost-effective when considering the overall cost of tile installation.
The Home Depot is a great place to take care of all of your tile installation needs. We work with fully vetted, badged installers that know their trade and will offer you a free in-home consultation to help decide what's best for your budget and needs. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for your free in-home consultation. The Home Depot also offers a great selection of flexible financing options.
The Home Depot offers a great warranty for all of our tile products. You can enjoy peace of mind knowing that you’ll get a warranty that provides protection included in the cost to install tile in your home.