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Noble Home Services

Serving Portland, OR License: 147702

Grand Interiors

7 Reviews

“Kitchen remodel Alex did a wonderful job with my kitchen remodel….he also faced the fireplace with granite. Alex f...”

Serving Portland, OR License: 182496
Good Tile Work is a combination Tile setting performance: provision of skilled, informed and supervised Tile Setters and the knowledgeable application of the tile installation methods best suited to the requirements of your job. If you need a Tile setter who's prices are competitive, who is committe...

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When undertaking a kitchen remodel one of the important things to pay attention to is the kitchen counters. They are subject to sharp tools, heavy items, and both burning and freezing temperatures. Therefore, it’s important to select a material for your counters that is both appealing as well as strong. Two popular materials that Portland, Oregon tile contractors can install are granite and marble. Durable and beautiful, their only downside is their price. Though these come in slabs, a more cost-effective option is tile. A countertop with large tiles and small grout joints can achieve a similar look to granite at a fraction of the cost. Contact a local contractor for a tile installation in your Portland home.