Want New Tile Floors Long Beach?
Whether you want new tile floors that looks like wood flooring, a classic travertine loom, slate flooring, or a detailed mosaic floor in your bathroom, Roberts Tile in Long Beach, California is the company that can make it happen!
Since 1976 Jeff Robert’s has been keeping customers happy with his attention to detail.
From New Tile Floors to a Full Remodel
As a general contractor, Roberts Tile in Long Beach, California can handle:
- tile floors that look like wood
- ceramic tiles
- mosaic statement pieces
- block walls
- flat work ( concrete)
- redwood decks
- porch rails
- garage doors
- sheet vinyl (linoleum)
Looking For New Tile Floors Long Beach?
Nothing is too difficult! After 40 years we can get the job done whether it’s tile floors that look like wood or a full remodel, and would love to show you our talents.
Tile Floors That Look Like Wood
There’s a great new look in the tile world and perhaps you’ve seen it. It’s those tile floors that looks like wood. Wow, what a concept huh? They look like wood but hold up like tile. So they are waterproof, enduring, and clean up easily. However, with wood you have to mop it in a special way being careful not to use too much, if any, water. In addition, wood can get marked up easily and just doesn’t hold up to the wear and tear a family can put on it. If you want tile floors that looks like wood, call us today! 562-421-2526
Diagonal Tile Installation is a Great Alternative
Do you want your room to look larger and more inviting. I’ve done lots of diagonal tile installations and they always turn out great. They tend to make a room, even a small room, look larger. It does something to the eyes that is much different than the squared approach of tiles laid straight. Call me today for a free estimate on your diagonal tile installation. In addition, check my page on diagonal tile installation.
What areas do we serve with New Tile Floors Long Beach ?
Serving Long Beach, Cerritos, Los Alamitos, Lakewood, Hawaiian Gardens, Cypress, Seal Beach and Rossmoor areas since 1976.