Tile Backslash Installation

Tile Backsplash Installation

Step # 60 in the Remodelormove.com Kitchen Remodel Planner

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The cabinets are in, the countertop with sinks are installed – your kitchen is almost done?  Now you or your contractor will start the wrap up process.  One of the first things to do is put in the backsplash.  Backsplashes are not required – you can just paint the wall and leave it that way – but backsplashes have become standard in most kitchen remodels and they are a great place to add more personal touches to your kitchen.

Backsplashes can be – and are most commonly tile. Tile is great for backsplashes.  Tile is tough and it comes in many many different patterns and colors you can come up with any sort designs.  You can also use granite or quartz slabs that match or contrast with your countertop as your backsplash.  Glass and metal are also good alternatives.  They are typically easy to install and not too expensive.

Tile Installation or whatever your backsplash material is should only take a day or two to complete and then you can move on to other finishing touches for your kitchen remodel.