Tile Installation

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Installing Tile

Once you have found the perfect tile for your next project from our showroom, we can help you get it installed. Carpeteria Carpet One Floor & Home in San Diego and San Marcos can connect you with professional installers to help you complete your tile project. Our flooring professionals not only help you choose the right tile for your project, but they can also guide you through the expectation of tile installation.

How To Install Tile

With all flooring installations, we recommend turning to professional installers. Before every installation, you should expect a moisture test in areas where moisture is high or on an as-needed basis. Bathrooms and basements are the most common areas tested. Our flooring experts can help you find tiles based on your project needs. For example, we will recommend a porcelain tile for kitchens and bathrooms because they are moisture and heat resistant. Tiles are normally dry-laid first to make sure they are correctly sized to the room, cut if needed, and then adhered to the floor with tile cement and grouted.

Where Can You Install Tile?

Tile can be installed on more than just your floors; they can go on walls, in showers, and outside as patios. We can help you design and install custom backsplashes and showers with our tile selection, and transform your space into a personal retreat.

bathroom tile


Tile is a great solution for bathrooms because of its resistance to moisture and heat. Many tiles come in slip resistant options as well, making your bathroom a little safer when wet. Tile can also be installed in your shower, and on your bathroom walls.

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tile backsplash


Just like in your bathroom, you can have tile installed on your walls as a backsplash. Tile is an ideal choice for kitchens because of its moisture resistance and hard surface, so tiles are very easy to clean meaning accidentally spilling food will not cause disastrous damage to your floors.

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