Tile Services in Churchton MD
Tile is versatile, easy to maintain, and has come a long way. We have samples including glass, marble, ceramic, aluminum, hand-painted, metal, limestone, and more. Additionally, we stock many floor and wall tiles. No longer found just on floors, tile is now used to construct a wide range of surfaces and focal points such as fireplace surrounds, accent pieces, outdoor kitchens, and tabletops.
Choosing the right floor tiles can seem complicated with the combinations of texture, color, patterns, and size. By going through your choices and carefully thinking about the look you want for your space, you can select the right tile for your floors. At In Home Stone, we know the moment you view our gallery of finished projects, you’ll understand that we are the tile experts for you. We will help you personalize every aspect of your project. Working with In Home Stone means you never have to compromise on quality to get the best price for your investment. Contact us today or stop by our showroom and browse our wide range of tiles.
We know the moment you view our gallery of finished projects, you’ll understand that we are the tile experts for you. We will help you personalize every aspect of your tile surfacing in Annapolis MD project. Search our catalog to view our line of tile. In Home Stone also has a showroom, which allows you to view our sixty-thousand square foot campus in the Design District of Annapolis. In the Design District, you will find two separate showrooms, with the addition to our large warehouse and remnant yards. Our tile showroom is split into five spaces that each showcase various types of tile. In our tile showroom, you will see many different tile flooring options installed through as well as myriad sample boards that you are welcome to borrow. We look forward to having you visit and giving you a tour of In Home Stone.
In Home Stone covers these areas when it comes to our Tile Services in Churchton MD and anywhere within a three-hour radius.If you’re inquiring about our tile services, contact us today!
Wonder where to begin with a tile project?
- Typically, if you’re working on a kitchen, the cabinets and countertops dictate the tile selection. The reverse is true when working on a bathroom, where the shower and wall tile drive the choice of countertop (not always, but it is a good place to start).
- Choosing tile can be overwhelming- there are thousands of possibilities. This is where one of the staff designers can help you. If you have some selections made, such as cabinet color, paint or stone, please bring those samples with you. If you have inspiration photos, feel free to bring those as well.
- You will be assigned one of our knowledgeable designers who will discuss the scope and timing of your project as well as design, color palette, functionality, and budget.
- The designer will work with you on the tile selection and the layout of the tile as well as matching caulk and grout. As needed, sketches may be provided.
- If you make a stone selection and have the dimensions of your project, you will likely have a same day estimate.
- Once you have selected your tile, we can provide you with an estimate for tile installation or we work with your tile setter or builder to provide quantities.
A: While we work with designers, builders, and architects, we have vast experience assisting homeowners from the selection of their material to the installation.
Q: Do I need to make an appointment?
A: We do encourage appointments so that we can dedicate an on-staff designer to work with you and discuss your project needs. However, you are welcome to stop by and browse our showroom, which is broken up into distinct areas featuring natural stone, porcelain and ceramic, and mosaics and glass at your leisure.
Q: What should I bring with me to my first appointment?
A: If available, please bring your project’s plans. Any sample materials you have already selected, such as cabinets and countertops (if applicable) will be helpful. Additionally, please bring any photos you have collected of your preferences (as well as your dislikes), perhaps from Pinterest and Houzz accounts. Or, feel free to bring your Pinterest and Houzz account information with you, so you can access them on our Design Center kiosk.
Q: What is the typical lead time to order tile?
A: We have some tile in stock and available immediately. Most tile is available within a week, however some special order tiles may take anywhere from three to twelve weeks.
Q: Is tile delivered to the job site?
A: Typically the builder or the homeowner picks up the tile. Depending on scheduling, we can deliver the tile for a fee.
Q: What else do I need for my tile project?
A: We can provide all the materials for your tile installation and tile surfacing in Annapolis MD. We carry many setting materials, water proofing systems, heated floor systems, Schluter edging, thinset, caulk, and grout.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
If you’re ready to make a valuable upgrade to your living space, here are some FAQ about natural stone and quartz, our different types of stone countertops:
- Natural stone vs quartz
Natural stone is sourced straight from the earth. It can be found in a huge variety of unique colors and three different textures (polished, honed and leather), has good resistance, withstands high temperatures and has long durability. It has low porosity after being properly sealed which makes it ideal to be installed both indoors and outdoors.
Quartz is an industrialized stone made by combining quartz minerals with pigments and resins. Having the same marble look but maintenance and worry free is one of the main advantages of quartz as it is stain and starch resistant. Since quartz is over 90% a manmade stone, it also allows for a greater variety of colors and style, resulting in beautiful countertops.
Natural stone requires sealing every five years to maintain its smooth look and durability.
Because quartz is fused with resin and other polymers, it does not need to be sealed regularly.
Take a look at our options of standard and upgraded edges
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Benefits of Marble Countertops
Marble is a natural stone, meaning it's more resistant than many of the other available countertop materials to scratching, shattering, and splitting. In terms of its toughness, marble is smoother than granite, so appealing architectural features can be integrated.
Every piece is distinctive in appearance since marble was developed by a natural process. The region of origin and the relative combination of minerals in the original stone define the diverse variety of textures and colors used in marble.
Resistance to Heat
Marble countertops are also thermally resistant. Marble does not catch fire or flame, so by not putting a hot pan or pot on the surface without cover, it is prudent to maintain the polish.
For a very long period of time, marble has been used as a construction material, so its ability to stand harsh weather conditions is well known. You should continue to appreciate the elegance of marble for a lifetime as it is expertly built and well sealed and preserved.
Naturally, Marble remains cold
Making it the ideal surface for bakery products, since it usually stays below room temperature. This is why marble countertops are favored by bakers above many natural stones.
What distinguishes it from the other natural stones is the timeless, elegant look of marble countertops.