Mexican tile is characterized by its bright colors and distinctive patterns that make it difficult for your furniture and décor items to stand out. If you’re tired of having Mexican tile in your kitchen, bathroom, patio or living room we make it happen.
Mexican tile is popular with many homeowners in South Florida, and comes in many types, including:
These tiles are made to be durable, so they can be hard to break apart. Also, they are composed of mortar making it difficult to lift. The mortar is spread in a thick layer to help the tiles sit in the pattern they are laid in. In some instances, the mortar can be three inches thick under the surface of the Mexican tile surface.
Flooring Removal Services has specialized equipment and procedures that make the removal process fast and easy without creating a mess in your home or business. To start, we offer you a customized estimate for the work that needs to be done. By coming to see the project in person, we ensure that you get an accurate price, and that we bring the proper equipment to remove your flooring.
Once we arrive to begin work, we start by putting down protective plastic to contain the dust created in one area. We secure these sheets with painter’s tape to make sure the dust stays in. Before bringing in any equipment, we place aluminum ramps to protect against potential damage.
Next, we use equipment designed to remove the tile to get rid of the flooring. This helps us extract the majority of the Mexican tie floor quickly. Our crews use hand tools to get the rest of the surface removed, including corners and edges. Once the tile surface is gone, we use hand chisels and hammers to remove the mortar and grind the concrete subfloor to leave it smooth.
Our team is committed to getting high-quality service for many years to come. We have years of expertise to get you the flooring you deserve. Contact us today to get started!Call Today for Your Free Estimate (954) 582 2306
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