Tile Backsplash Installer in Bridgeport, CT
Backsplashes are more than just pretty pops of color and design (though they are that, too!) They are installed to protect your walls from moisture and splashes of water. They extend up the wall anywhere from a few inches (or one row of tile backsplash) or all the way up to the ceiling.
The great thing about tile backsplashes is how versatile they can be, not only in color and design and the shape and pattern of the tile, but also in the installation. Unlike floors where you have to fully tile the entire thing, tile backsplashes can accommodate any budget as they can be installed only partly up the wall, or all the way depending on the vision of design and the customer's budget.
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The difference between a tile backsplash and regular wall tile is the location area. Tile backsplashes are typically installed behind the sink and above the stove in the kitchen (protecting the walls from splashes of food and liquid) and behind the sink in the bathroom. They can be installed a few inches high off the countertops or all the way to the ceiling or upper cabinets.
Tile walls are different in that the area we tile with tile walls typically extends from the floor to halfway up the wall or all the way up the wall depending on the customer's wishes and budget. Both wall tile and tile backsplashes are great for protecting your walls from moisture and adding a great design element to any room!
Subway tile backsplashes and glass tile backsplashes are great in that they reflect light, brightening up any dingy kitchen or small, windowless bathroom.