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Why Should I Install Tile?
Durable and Waterproof
Great for high traffic areas and wet rooms. Repairs are also relatively quick and easy.
Easy to Clean, Allergen Free
Resists stains, odours, and won’t trap allergens.
Endless Design Possibilities
Tiles come in many designs, shapes and sizes so you can use them for your floors, backsplash and walls.
1 Choose a Product & Book a Measure Appointment
- Once you have a product in mind, purchase a measure appointment. A Home Depot installer will contact you within 24–48 hours to schedule your measure appointment and verify your product selection.
2 Get it Measured
- During your appointment, the installer will take precise measurements of your room(s) and map your installation needs in detail. This includes a technical site inspection and a personalized project quote.
3 Review Your Quote
- After your appointment, we will email you a final quote for the cost of your entire project. We will also schedule your installation and credit the measure fee towards your final installation cost.
3 Delivery & Installation
- An installer will arrive with your flooring, complete the installation and perform a final inspection to ensure your satisfaction.
At The Home Depot Canada, you’re sure to find lots of colours, shapes and sizes of tile for your next project.
Ideas & How-to
Why Choose Home Depot
Brighten up your Space
Whether you’re replacing older tile, carpet or laminate, brand new tile can help instantly update and brighten up any space, from the foyer and entryway to the kitchen and bath.
Our team consists of licensed Home Depot Installers who have passed background checks, so you can be confident in their reputation and the quality of their work.
Financing Available with Project Loan
Upgrade and enhance your home’s interiors when you invest in new flooring. Project Loan gives you the budget and flexibility to make it possible. Credit available for up to $50,000. No annual fees.
Frequently Asked Questions
Tile is very durable, making it great for high traffic areas because it won’t wear down. Tile flooring is easy to clean and won’t trap allergens. It is a great for wet rooms such as kitchens and bathrooms because it won’t get damaged by moisture. There are many different looks -- some even mimic wood for use in wet rooms -- and prices to suit any budget.
Installing new tile is a multi-step process that typically takes 1-3 days, depending on the space and size of your project.
Yes, there are many factors that can impact your tile installation cost. Ceramic and porcelain tiles are generally cheaper to install than natural stone tiles. The level of difficulty should also be considered, as installation in tighter spaces that have electrical or plumbing to work around will cost more, as will creating a pattern with tile. Removal of your old floors and subfloor leveling is also necessary.
Creating a tile pattern makes installation more difficult which can result in a higher cost. Your installer will provide you a quote before installation takes place.
Tile is classified by hardness and durability for foot traffic, which is known as the PEI Rating. Most residential floors will need a 2 or 3 rating depending on the room and the amount of traffic. You will also want to learn how slip resistant your tile is, which is known as the Coefficient of Friction. On a scale of 1-10, a 10 will be the most slip resistant. Our professional tile installers are also here to help you make the right selection.
Porcelain tile is denser and more durable than ceramic tile and often has a higher PEI Rating. Porcelain also absorbs less water, so it can be used in moisture prone rooms such as bathrooms and kitchens. Ceramic tile is softer than porcelain, which makes it easier to cut for installation and a great choice for projects that are on a tight budget.
Glazed tile has an additional layer of liquid glass applied to the top, making it more stain-resistant. Glazed tiles come in a larger variety of colours and styles compared to unglazed, while unglazed tiles are less slippery and more scratch-resistant.
Yes, part of the installation process involves removing the old tile before installing the new one.
Tile cannot go on top of existing floors, so removal of the old floor is necessary.
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