Custom tile work can add beauty and artistry to your floors, counters, pool and spa, and mosaics.  There are different types of tiles for each application, for example, typically counter tops and flooring would use a ceramic or stone tile in the bathroom and kitchen, while a pool lining would use glass or linoleum tile.  Whatever their application, tiles add a distinctive look. Floor tile is a much healthier alternative to carpeting or old wood floors, which absorb bacteria, dirt, germs, stains, mold and mildew, dust, dust mites, and other allergens.



Floor tiles offer a durable, water and stain resistant surface, that is both easy to clean and beautiful.  Ceramic, porcelain, linoleum, and stone tiles are most commonly used for flooring in bathroom and kitchen areas.  Floor tiles are manufactured in a wide variety of colors, and require little maintenance.


In the bathroom, tiles can be used on the floor, shower, walls, and sink back splash to create a colorful, mold and mildew resistant, and easy to clean surface.  Tiles are available in a wide range of sizes, shapes, colors, and textures providing endless design possibilities.  Installing a glass shower door is a beautiful complement to a custom tiled shower.


In the kitchen, ceramic, clay and stone tiles are often used as flooring, counter tops and back splash. The tiles are easy to clean and replace if broken, are splash and stain resistant, add value, and come with infinite design and style options. Ceramic, clay and stone tiles are manufactured with natural materials and are environmentally friendly.


Glass tiles are durable, and give an iridescent, inviting look to your pool, while plaster or linoleum tiles are another option.  Tiles can be used throughout the lining of the pool, on pool steps and edges, or as a border at the waterline.


When your outdoor spa is raised, the outer walls can be adorned with tile which creates an eye-catching centerpiece.


Ornamental mosaic tiles are commonly used as dramatic focal points for a pool, counter top, or walkway. Similar to impressionist paintings, mosaics use different colored tiles. When submerged beneath clear water, mosaic tiles reflect and refract light which creates a dynamic, colorful visual effect.