We specialize in all types of remodeling project from interior to exterior and from residential to commercial

Planning and budgeting for a remodeling project

Making estimates for the services and making adjustments to fit the client’s budget

Coordinating and monitoring the construction process

Communicating with clients to provide updates as needed

Sourcing and procuring materials for the project and including them in the overall budget

Scheduling subcontractors and working with vendors to complete project

Tile Installation

This means you remove the old flooring, cut the new tiles, mix the mortar, and fit the new tiles onto the floor without cracking them. You use both power and hand tools. 

Cut tiles and shape them properly to ensure they fit around obstacles and in tight corners and odd spaces using power and hand tools

Form tile beds using concrete, plaster, mastic, cement, glue or mortar utilizing tools such as screeds, brushes and trowels

Align tiles and straighten them with straightedges, levels and squares to ensure patterns are even and precise

Cut, install, polish and surface granite and marble and ensure accuracy during the installation process for lasting results

Prepare various surfaces for tiling with waterproofing material or lath and by cleaning the surfaces properly

Create decorative wall and floor designs by laying and setting mosaic tiles in kitchens, bathrooms and living rooms

Tap tiles into place carefully using tools to properly adhere tiles to the base, making sure not to break or damage tiles

Follow blueprints precisely and mark and measure surfaces that need to be tiled to determine how to go about jobs

Hardwood Installation

Installing new flooring in new construction projects, including subfloor preparation and installation of plywood, cement board, or other underlayment materials

Removing old flooring materials, including carpet, tile, or other materials

Installing new flooring, including hardwood, laminate, vinyl, linoleum, engineered wood, cork, bamboo, or other materials

Measuring and cutting boards to specified lengths using power saws or other machinery

Installing underlayment beneath wood flooring to provide acoustical and moisture protection.

Installing staircases, railings, moldings, or other features that add style and elegance to a room

Measuring and cutting boards to specified lengths using power saws or other machinery

Stone & Countertop Installation

There is a general process for natural stone countertop installation. Slabs are either cut off beforehand or on-site by skilled fabricators to fit pre-taken measurements. This includes crafting custom edges and making cutouts for under-mount sinks and cooktops. Regardless of where the slabs are cut and prepared, once finished, they will be laid upon the bare counters, leveled, and secured. Seams (where the two pieces of stone are put together) will be joined with epoxy that is mixed with the color that matches the stone. Then, the joined area is smoothened so that only a very thin line is visible. To further secure the stone to the cabinets, attachment blocks are used.

Note: It’s important that your cabinets are level and secured to the wall or anchored to the floor. If they are uneven, shims might be placed under the new countertops to level the surface areas.

Our installers should have essential tools on hand to face many of the challenges that might occur.

Pool Tile Installation

Clean and Level

Before you begin tiling the pool, take the time to ensure your pool is ready to receive them. wash down the pool walls and floor using a pressure washer to remove any dirt or pool chemicals that may be on the pool walls. this will expose the pool's surface to the mortar, which will ensure a better tile bond. inspect the pool carefully as well; patch any holes or cracks you find. paint a waterproofing membrane onto the pool as well to give a further layer of protection to the tiles. once the membrane has cured, the tiles can be installed right over it.

Mortar and Grout for Tiling a Pool

Set the ceramic tiles in a latex-fortified thinset mortar designed for prolonged use in wet areas. because there are chemicals in the pool water, the mortar used must be impervious to the chemicals and moisture over long periods of time. check with the mortar manufacturer to ensure the mortar you choose can be used safely for tiling a pool. select a grout to apply to the ceramic tiles that contains no portland cement or epoxy. both portland cement and epoxy can discolor or weaken in the presence of the pool chemicals. select a grout that has been polymer fortified for strength, and maintain a minimum of a 1/8-inch grout joint between the tiles to allow for movement.

Setting the Tiles

Install the tiles on the pool like you would install them anywhere. lay out the tiles ahead of time to determine the pattern and placement on the pool. spread the mortar onto the pool walls or floor with a mortar, combing it in one direction until it is a uniform depth. set the tiles into the mortar at a slight angle, and twist them straight into place. use tile spacers if needed to maintain consistent grout joints. after installing a few tiles, place a beating block over the tiles, and tap the block with a rubber mallet to drive the tiles evenly into the mortar. allow the mortar to cure for a minimum of 24 hours before grouting the tiles.


To learn more about our remodelig services and get a free estimate on your projects please give us a call at: 310-879-5299