What happens if we don’t like it?

Occasionally, we begin a project only to learn that the newly installed tile backsplash that the homeowner loved in the showroom doesn’t look the same when it reflects, say, the softer light of an August sunset.

It simply must go!

We can make that happen for you but there is a cost. Not only will labor be required to demo the initial selection, but additional time must be spent researching and coordinating the new order (even if you decide against it), not to mention buying new tile and hiring a crew to install it. Demo may require us to bring other trades back as well.

Decisions like this create delays — your project will not be finished on time — and trigger change orders or fees that most contractors assess for adding to the original scope of work.


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