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Kitchen Tile Backsplashes, Flooring & Counter-tops

Kitchen Tile Installation 

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Modernize your Birmingham-Hoover area home with a modern kitchen featuring a new tile backsplash, tile floor &/or counter-top installation. Get a new kitchen backsplash with a decorative & durable tile - whether your kitchen is rustic and cozy or modern and sleek, there are backsplash, counter-top and flooring ideas available in mirror, marble, tile, solid-surface and more. The options for backsplash/countertop materials, and the variety tile types are endless.

Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tile is a classic choice for a backsplash and countertop; you can mix and match any number of finishes, colors, and patterns to suit your space.

Subway Tile

This classic rectangular tile creates a neutral background for accent pieces.

Mosaic Tile

Mosaic tiles are 2-inches square or smaller, and they mimic the look of ancient mosaics, these tiny tiles are often backed with mesh, allowing for quicker installation of the backsplash.

Decorative Accent

Often homeowners will accent the space above the sink or cooktop with a decorative backsplash design, using colors and materials t0 complement the existing space.

Cohesive Countertop and Backsplash

For a seamless countertop and backsplash, use the same material on both surfaces; integrationg ledges is a great way to utilize your backsplash for additional storage space.

Solid Surface

Solid-surface countertops are engineered to have the best qualities of other countertop materials. Solid surface countertops are available in a vast array of colors. They are heat, scratch, and water-resistant; however, manufacturers do recommend the use of trivets and cutting boards. The material is a consistent color all the way through, so if your solid surface does become marred, you can easily buff out the blemish.


Marble is the material of choice for many baking enthusiasts as the surface is perfect for working with doughs. It is heat-proof and water-resistant. Some foods may stain or damage the finish.


Like marble, granite is ideal for working with doughs, and it’s heat-resistant and waterproof. Unlike marble, it is not easily stained or damaged by short exposure to foods and oils.