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Unread 08-07-2019, 02:02 PM   #1
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Looking for a professional in Pittsburgh PA to retile a bathroom


I'm looking for a professional to retile a bathroom to deal with the aftermath of water damage caused by some improperly installed grab bars in a shower. We weren't able to find matching tiles so we're taking the opportunity to retile the entire bathroom. The bathroom is about 5' x 7', floor area is only 5x5 because of the tub. There shouldn't be any major plumbing work needed, we intend to reuse the existing fixtures and keep them in their present locations. The work would include retiling all of the walls, and possibly the floor. The current floor is 12" VCT that we installed a couple of years ago and is still in decent shape but we might take advantage of the opportunity to put down ceramic while the walls are being redone. We're intending to put up standard 4" tile in a classic 50s/60s style to keep with the character of the rest of the house.

What I'd like is for somebody to take a look at the job, tell me what additional demolition/prep work they need done before they'd be able to start, and then give me an estimate on time and cost. If anybody here is in the Pittsburgh area or knows a good tile contractor in the area who might be interested, please reach out to me. Original thread where I discussed some of the stuff going on is at https://www.johnbridge.com/vbulletin...d.php?t=122595
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It's been three days with no bites so I would point you to the NTCA directory and the CTEF list of installers. Those should be decent resources to get you started.
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