Kitchen Tile Installation in Maryland, Washington, DC, & Virginia

Tile gives a kitchen a timeless, finished look. What's more, tile works with most any decorating scheme. Plus, it's easy to clean and most varieties are impenetrable to water. Tile comes in virtually every color and can be used in many ways in any style kitchen.  

Whether you have a kitchen tile in mind and simply need it installed or you are looking for some ideas and inspiration, we can help. Our kitchen remodeling professionals can help you design and give your kitchen a completely new look!

Call us today or fill out a contact form to request a no-obligation estimate!

Kitchen Tile Uses

Tiles can be used for flooring, backsplashes, and even countertops in the kitchen.

  • Flooring  A tile floor gives a kitchen a clean, bright look, while being easy to keep clean. Kitchen tile floors usually are constructed using 12-inch square tiles.
  • Backsplashes – A tile backsplash is an easy and stylish way to keep water, cooking grease, and splatters off of your kitchen walls. All sorts of tile shapes, sizes, and colors can be used for kitchen backsplashes, including narrow subway tile, rustic stone tile, and even glass tile.
  • Countertops – Tile countertops were very popular in the 1950s and adding them today gives a kitchen a crisp, clean, retro look. Counters are usually made of square three-inch tiles. One thing to consider when choosing a tile countertop is the grout. Although the tile itself can easily be wiped clean, the grout can get stained by things like red wine or tomato sauce.

Popular Types of Kitchen Tile There are number of kitchen tile options on the market today, including:

  • Ceramic Tile  Ceramic tile today isn't limited to the three-inch tiles of your grandmother's era. Although such tiles still can be useful and decorative, especially in white or unusual colors, ceramic tiles today comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. 
  • Granite Tile – Granite tiles create an elegant and high-end feel for your kitchen. These natural stone tiles work well for counters and backsplashes but aren't really strong enough for floor traffic.
  • Stone Tile – Stone tile is an umbrella term that includes everything from river stones to slate to rough-hewn, Tuscan-style tiles. No matter what your kitchen décor, there's a stone tile that's right for your room.
  • Glass Tile – Glass tile can be small or large, as large as a single sheet or as small as a single mosaic piece. Glass tile can also be clear or opaque. Easy to clean, glass tile is a natural material for a kitchen backsplash.
  • Metal Tile – Pressed tin tiles are an interesting choice for a backsplash. These tiles evoke the rustic feel of turn-of-the (20th) century America. Stainless steel countertops may also be a great option if you do heavy-duty cooking and meal preparation and spend a lot of time cleaning.
  • Vinyl Tile – Vinyl tile can give busy kitchens the look of a ceramic tile floor at a fraction of the cost. Vinyl tile also won't crack easily and will stand up to the heaviest traffic.
  • Porcelain Tile – Although porcelain tiles look similar to ceramic tiles, they are denser and thus more water-resistant. Porcelain tiles are usually glazed but can be unglazed as well.

Why Choose Victor Faustino for Your Kitchen Tile Installation?

Victor Faustino has been helping Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC homeowners renovate and improve the look of their homes for more than 20 years. Each of our renovation contractors has at least ten years of experience, so you know that you'll be getting quality work when you hire us. If you'd like to see how affordable and stress-free installing a new kitchen tile floor, backsplash, or countertop can be, call us at 301-343-4090.


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