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Hiring Professional Tile Installers near Oxford AL

Oxford AL ceramic tile contractorsFrom time to time you may need a professional tile installer near Oxford AL, but how do you choose the best contractor?  Obviously you want to find contractors that are not only experienced working with ceramic, porcelain or natural stone tile, but who are also professionals that will deliver a beautifully finished product.  You want to be proud to show off your new floor tile, kitchen backsplash or shower stall tile to your friends, family and neighbors.  But where do you start?  A skilled residential or commercial tiling contractor can be a one man shop or part of a larger tiling or home improvement company.  But the most important consideration is to find someone who not only works in your area, but has an excellent reputation for quality service at competitive and reasonable prices.  And for your protection and convenience, you should be able to receive quotes either by phone, email or in person from contractors prior to making your decision.  That way you will know how much the job will cost before work begins.  So let’s take a look at a few things that you should consider before hiring a local tile installer.

Bathroom, Kitchen and Floor Tiling

Following is a list of some of the services a local Oxford AL tile remodeling company offers.  This list is not all inclusive, so if you are in need of any type of tile services or remodeling not listed, please request your free quotes for more information.

  • Kitchen Backsplash Install and Repair
  • Shower Stall Tile Install and Repair
  • Floor Tile Install and Repair
  • Wall Tile Install and Repair
  • Grout Cleaning and Replacement
  • Ceramic and Porcelain Tile
  • Natural Stone Tile (Marble, Granite, Slate)
  • Tile Countertops
  • Mosaic and Glass Tile
  • Subway Style Tile

Choose Your Tile Contractor

Oxford AL kitchen backsplashWhen selecting a general contractor for tile installation in Oxford AL, it is necessary to take some important steps to make sure that you are hiring a reputable and skilled professional. Yes, every City and State has laws in place requiring minimum standards for all remodeling, additions, restorations and repairs of housing.  And although all contractors must follow these laws and standards, they will not protect you from poor workmanship, delays or unsatisfactory results.  So follow these guidelines when considering hiring a tiling expert for your kitchen, bathroom or flooring tile project.

  • Ask for referrals. Soliciting referrals from satisfied customers is the best way to find a reputable and professional Oxford AL tile remodeling contractor. Friends and family are always a good place to start. Another option that is becoming more and more popular is obtaining quotes from services that pre-screen local contractors in your area to ensure that they are licensed and certified professionals for your protection.  You can obtain free estimates from local tile contractors by requesting a quote from this website.
  • Verify Licenses and Credentials. It is a good idea to do some preliminary research into the background of the contractors you are considering.  Confirm that they hold all of the licenses required in Alabama, as well as Oxford or your Local Municipality.  Check with the Better Business Bureau for any complaints as well as the Alabama Attorney General. Go online and check local reviews and visit their website.  Find out if they hold any designations from professional organizations. All of these credentials and citations will give you an insight into not only their professionalism but their standing in your community.
  • Meet with the contractors. Once you have narrowed down the list to two or three candidates have them come to your home to see the job first hand. Make sure that all bids are based on the same specifications and cover all of your job requirements.  If their bid is unusually low or high, ask them why.  Ask all pertinent questions, such as how long will it take, or do they anticipate any problems or delays.  Be wary if the Oxford AL tiling contractor doesn’t ask you many questions.
  • Check references. Before making the final selection, ask for and check Alabama references.  Ask if the job was completed to their complete satisfaction.  Ask if the job was completed on time and billed as quoted.  Was there anything that the customer was not 100% satisfied with?  Was there anything that they wish had been done differently?
  • Get everything in writing. After making your final choice, be sure to review all of the documents that your Oxford AL home remodeling contractor has prepared.  Ask for certificates of insurance for the Workers Comp as well as Liability Insurance and a Building Permit if required.  Make sure that all services and materials that are included are detailed in the final proposal, as well as the total cost.  Also make sure that the payment schedule is outlined so each party knows what is expected.  Start and completion dates, dispute resolution, and warranties all should be covered in the final contract.

A Little Bit About Oxford Alabama

Oxford, Alabama

Oxford is a city in Calhoun and Talladega counties in the State of Alabama. The population was 21,348 at the 2010 census,[3] an increase of 46.3% since the 2000 Census. Oxford is one of two principal cities of and included in the Anniston-Oxford Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Founded in the early 1850s, Oxford was the first city in Calhoun County to be incorporated, in 1852.[4] The name "Oxford" was due to the presence of a narrow crossing of Chocolocco Creek that allowed farmers to ford cattle from one side of the creek to the other. Since 1970, Oxford has annexed large amounts of land to the south and west, including the communities of Coldwater and Bynum. In 1970, it was all in Calhoun County, but today it includes areas in Talladega County.[5]

A smaller municipality, Hobson City, was once a part of Oxford. The area, then known as the Mooree Quarter, is one square mile, and is located north and west of Oxford, and south and west of Anniston. In the last years of the 19th century, according to tradition, in the course of political elections, a black man managed to be elected justice of the peace in Oxford. This being unacceptable to the city fathers, they appealed to the powers in the state capital, and an 'arrangement' was made. The city boundaries were redrawn, in similar fashion to a gerrymander, and the quarter was excluded, becoming a town unto itself. The new town became incorporated on August 16, 1899 as Hobson City, taking the name of a naval hero of the Spanish–American War.[6] The intention was that the largely black population of this quarter would no longer skew the elections of the now almost exclusively white Oxford. Another result was the creation of only the second town in the United States (after Eatonville, Florida) with 100% black government, and an almost 100% black population (at least at first).[7]

Oxford lies among the foothills at the southern end of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Nearby Cheaha Mountain is Alabama's highest point and offers expansive views of the surrounding wilderness and the city below. Much of the city's southern border is shared with the Talladega National Forest.

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Find the Right Oxford AL Tiling Contractor

Oxford AL marble tileFinding the right Oxford AL tile remodeling contractor in your area is  easier than ever!  Just request your free estimates  from this website now.  There is no obligation to receive free proposals from some of the top licensed and pre-screened tile installers servicing your area. Trained professionals are standing by waiting for your request to compete for your business.  So what are you waiting for?  Find the right tile installer at the right price now!

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