Through the years I have had the opportunity of remodeling multiple kitchens throughout San Diego county. I have been fortunate in having always selected the best tile installation and granite installation craftsmen to complete my work. With the assistance of interior designers and decorators, I have been assisted in shopping for natural stone tile, ceramic tile, glass tile, porcelain tile, and granite and soapstone slabs. There are many options when it comes to remodeling a kitchen. I would like to take the time now and explain a few. All the photographs on this page are from recently completed work by the quality tile contractors at Evolution Tile and Stone Inc.who have recently merged with us here at TileSanDiego.com
You have the option of having a granite back splash or a ceramic tile, glass tile, or natural stone tile back splash. Now the same gentlemen and interior designers that assisted me with my home remodeling projects, work with me to make your home improvement ideas a reality.
We can manufacture custom granite countertops for your home improvement projects. Having a countertop installed always starts with the selection of a granite slab to your pleasing. I have facilitated this process for you. Visit our online shopping page and select the granite pattern of your pleasing. Browse through our Online Granite Slab Catalog to view our current granite slab inventory available in San Diego. Give us a call for pricing and we can schedule to have your granite countertop custom fabricated and installed within a weeks time (760)619-1052 or (619)259-2290.
Another option of countertop material is natural soapstone. We have partnered with the leading provider of soapstone in Southern California. We can complete a beautiful custom soapstone countertop for you with this unique material. To view our current inventory of available soapstone please visit our Dorado Soapstone online catalog for photographs of available soapstone slabs.
Upon completion of your granite, ceramic tile, slate tile, natural stone, or porcelain tile countertop, you have the option of having installed a captivating tile or granite backsplash.
Travertine tile backsplash with porcelain accent tile installed at a 45 degree angle. When installing tile at an angle, you have to take into consideration that you are going to have to order an additional 15% of tile due to the amount wasted to complete the cuts that are installed adjacent to cabinets, walls, and countertops.