Denver Tech Center, Douglas County, Colorado Tile Estimate
Will we install tile in your neck of the woods?
We love to provide free onsite tile estimates and answer any tile questions you may have if your anywhere around North Denver (no farther than Westminster CO) to as far South as Colorado Springs. Brunetti Tile also services as far West as Evergreen (for larger jobs only) and East through out all of Aurora Colorado. We are located in Castle Rock and Highlands Ranch (Lone Tree area). We love to work in Douglas County but venture outside of it for tile jobs each week! =)
What all can Brunetti Tile do?
We have fun setting and installing any type of Tile in any pattern or style. Tile grouting is always provided and if you would like we will also seal the grout. Re-grouting may also be requested though only if the job is large enough. Tile floors, ceilings & walls, tile bathrooms and mortar beds, tile kitchens and custom countertops are all not a problem. Brunetti Tile has done many backsplashes as well. We work with any types of tile, even Glass Block. We supply free estimates and very detailed tack-off lists for our customers.
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"Brunetti Tile" - We are a Tile installation company with over 11 years experience in working with, setting or repairing custom tile. We can custom build our customers anything from hand-made mortar beds, shower benches and damns to tile 100% custom built tile counter-tops or tables. We work with tile from mosaic and field tiles to large 24" or bigger tile. "Brunetti Tile" provides these services to both residential and commercial customers. Owned and operated by Dustin Brunetti. We can provide help, sales and service to Russian speaking clients if needed (no not Italian, weird I know). Tile should be fun, unique and inspiring! It can be a true art! To us it is fun and we love what we do. Shall a customer just need a large SF area of floor tiles laid down as quickly (but professionally) as possible, well we can do that too! We do not sub out our clients work. We meet with our customers, we provide the estimate with a detailed take-off list if needed, and WE show up to do the work. Limestone can be a vague term for many different kinds of tiles. Essentially a lot of natural stone tile comes from or is in fact "limestone". A true limestone only type tile can be rather porous and hard to clean but very easy to cut making it easy to work with and install.
Here is some basic information for understanding of Marble vs. Limestone tiles from about.com:
"We all encounter limestone buildings and marble statues during our lives. But the scientific and commercial definitions of these two rocks don't match. When geologists enter the stone dealer's showroom, and when lay people go out in the field, each has to learn a new set of concepts for these two different names.
Commercial Limestone and Marble
Dealers in stone use "limestone" and "marble" to denote a category of stone that is softer than commercial granite (or basalt or sandstone) but does not split like slate. Commercial marble is more compact than commercial limestone, and it takes a good polish.
In commercial use, these definitions aren't limited to rocks made of calcite; dolomite rock is just as good. In fact, serpentinite too has minerals softer than granite and is considered a commercial marble under the names serpentine marble, green marble or verd antique.
Commercial limestone has more pore space than commercial marble and does not wear as well. This makes it suitable for less demanding applications like walls and columns and patios. It may have some flat layering, but generally it has a plain appearance. It may be honed or polished smooth, but it is limited to a matte or satiny finish.
Commercial marble is denser than commercial limestone, and it's preferred for floors, doorways and steps. Light penetrates farther into it, giving marble a glowing translucency. It also commonly has attractive swirling patterns of light and dark, although pure white marble is also prized for statues, gravestones and decorative features. To add a bit of confusion, marble used to be called "crystalline limestone" in previous centuries. Its key feature is the ability to take a high finish. "