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Tiles By Oregon Custom Flooring


Tile installation And Repairs

Our tile installation services include

Tile Flooring Installation

Our expert installation team can expertly install any type of tile flooring, including ceramic, porcelain, marble, and more. We will work with you to choose the right design, color, and texture to suit your preferences and budget.

Tile Backsplash Installation

Backsplashes make a beautiful addition to any kitchen or bathroom and can protect your walls from water and stains. We can help you choose the right tile design to complement your kitchen or bathroom décor.

Shower Tile Installation

A well-installed shower tile can add significant value to your home while making your bathroom look more stylish and clean. Our team of professionals can help you to design and install the perfect shower tile.

Tile Repair

If you have an existing tile installation that requires repair or replacement, our team can help. We will carefully inspect the damage and repair or replace the tile using the exact same design and grouting to ensure it looks as good as new.

Benefits of our services

High-quality tile installation services for both residential and commercial properties

Professional, experienced tile installation team with years of experience

Affordable pricing without sacrificing quality

Quality customer service with a focus on customer satisfaction.

 Contact us today for more information on our tile installation services!

Tiles Intsallation by Oregon Custom Flooring

What to Expect When Tileing

Tile installation and repairs

With over 20 years of experience in the construction and desin trade, Oregon Custom Flooring INC provides quality and reliable workmanship for residential and commercial needs. In need of a tile floor, a kitchen backsplash, or a complete shower remodel? Look no further, Oregon Custom Flooring INC has the experience and expertise for your improvement project! 

Tiles Intsallation by Oregon Custom Flooring

What to expect before

Written estimate

Some estimates are itemized and some are a comprehensive paragraph of the scope of work with a total. Just remember that estimates are just that - estimates. All things that are promised should be included in the final contract to you.

Cost of job

This will vary depending on the products used and the job that will be done. Research your needs first and educate yourself on the products and then get quotes from a couple of contractors that use those products.


Warranties and guarantees should always be included in the final contract. All questions regarding what to expect should be discussed in detail between the customer and contractor to avoid discrepancies.

What to expect during

Work hours/expected length of time in the home

This should be discussed in the "Expectations" portion of the bid. Make sure you feel educated about the process and the products that will be used. Feel comfortable and confident about the investment you are making.

Potential noise

If Oregon Custom Flooring INC is doing any demolition or remodeling there will be load noises associated with the scope of work being performed.

What to expect after

When can I walk across the floors again?

As soon as the grout has fulled cured for traffic.

How much clean-up will be needed?

Clean-up is extremely minimal. Since the installation of tile is nearly dust-free, virtually all the airborne dust generated during the process is eliminated, so there is no wasted time spent hanging and taking down plastic in the home. In addition, everything must be picked up and cleaned before the grouting portion, so you are not left with any mess in your home.

What kind of maintenance is required after the process?

This depends on the amount of traffic you have in your home. If you have children and pets, you will want to clean more regularly. We recommend dusting your floors with a dust mop daily or every other day.

Here are some additional things to keep in mind during a tile installation

Step 1: Set the backer board

The backer board provides a solid surface for the tiles to adhere to. It can be made of cement board, plywood, or oriented strand board (OSB). The backer board should be installed over the moisture barrier. The thickness of the backer board will depend on the type of tiles that you are installing. For example, thicker backer board is recommended for ceramic tiles that will be installed in high-traffic areas.

Step 2: Start installing the tiles

The tiles are typically installed starting in the corner of the room and working your way out. They are adhered to the backer board with thin-set mortar. 

Step 3: Cut the tiles to fit

Cut the tiles to fit around obstacles such as doors, windows, and baseboards. 

Step 4: Grout the tiles

The grout fills the gaps between the tiles and provides a watertight seal. The grout can be mixed from powder and water or purchased pre-mixed.


Step 5: Seal the grout

The grout should be sealed to protect it from moisture and stains. The sealer can be applied with a roller or a sprayer. 


Step 6: Clean up

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