Matching on Angi
We just completed a kitchen updating that included a new granite counter-top and glass tile backsplash installation. Different contractors were used for each of the projects, so I will post separate reviews. The glass tile backsplash was expertly done by Super Tile International (STI). We had 3 estimates for the project and actually went with the most expensive, mainly because of 2 reasons: (1) we believed STI?s estimate to be the most realistic and accurate, and (2) they were recommended by the tile supplier, Walker Zanger, as being especially good at glass tile installation, which apparently has nuances to it that make it trickier than regular ceramic/porcelain tile installation. As expensive as our glass tiles were, we really didn?t want somebody messing this up. Arturo Meras of STI arrived punctually to assess the job and prepare an estimate. He also provided some helpful tips and advice about the project, as well as a future bathroom project we are considering. Later that night he emailed the estimate to us, and within a few days we decided to go with it, being impressed by his professionalism and the ease of communicating and exchanging ideas with him. The glass tile backsplash installation took approximately a day and a half and was done by 2 of Arturo?s employees (he was there at the beginning of the work). We were impressed not only with the quality of their craftsmanship, but also with how quietly and neatly they performed the work. I?m not sure how STI normally handles the payment process but, since we wanted to charge the tile to a credit card, we bought the tile directly from Walker Zanger (at STI?s discounted price), and then paid STI their installation fee upon completion of the work. The project cost shown above is the total of materials plus installation. The backsplash looks amazing and the entire experience was painless ? probably the best compliment I can give about a remodeling project. We whole-heartedly recommend STI.