If you’re shopping around for a professional tile installation for your home’s kitchen, bathroom, or other area, then look no further. TGA Handyman Services LLC has over 18 years of experience in tiling and we can get the job done right, on time, and within budget.
Our tiling technicians specialize in installing ceramic and laminate tile, as well as slate, cork, porcelain, and marble tiles. We’re ready to serve you at a moment’s notice. Whether you need an estimate from our team or just have questions you want answered, you can give us a call at 702-755-3316 and we’ll be happy to assist you.
Custom Tile Installation Project
Tile is a versatile material and is often installed in areas other than just floors. For example, it makes a great surface in certain areas of the kitchen. Tile is great in kitchen areas because it looks delightful and it’s easy to clean.
Bathroom Tile Installation
Another candidate for tile is in the bathroom. When you work with a professional company such as ours to install your bathroom tile you can rest assured that it won’t leak because the work has a workmanship guarantee. We are experienced in installing tile for showers as well as tubs, walls, and bathroom floors.
Something that trips up novice tradesmen is getting tile cut just right to match the shape of a toilet. We have years of experience under our belt and the best tools to get the job done right. We pride ourselves in our ability to custom cut tile to fit toilets and cabinets with extremely minimal gaps if at all.
Outdoor Tiling Installation
Tile is perfect for pools, stairs, and other outdoor surfaces because it is easy to clean and looks stunning. We specialize in installing tile outdoors that will last a long-time.
When a tile breaks, chips, or gets damaged in some other way, we can replace that specific tile and fill in the grout lines. We’re capable of doing this in a way that it matches the surrounding tile so you won’t have to worry about it looking ‘off.’ The ability to replace just one tile is the beauty of having a tile floor rather than a laminate floor that would require all of it to be replaced in the event that it got damaged.