To find a good contractor for tile restoration, visit tile supply stores that deal with contractors and ask for referrals. Visit online business listings such as AngiesList.com and read reviews from previous clients. Ask for referrals from friends and family members. Ask for references of past clients, and visit a job site to see how they work.
Tile supply stores that cater specifically to tile restoration contractors know the contractors who do a professional job, and they can refer you to them. A lot of contractors list their services on online listings such as AngiesList.com, and you can visit the site and read reviews from past clients. Look for contractors who have been around for at least three years.
Friends and family members who have had tile restoration projects in the past may refer you to a contractor who did a good job. Create a list of potential contractors for the tile restoration project and ask to see their past work. In this case, pictures are not enough, and it is better to visit a former client to see the contractor's work. While there, ask the former client what their experience was with the tile restoration contractor.
Tile restoration requires a lot of attention to detail, and it is important for you to know how the contractor works before hiring him. If possible, ask to visit him at a job site to see how he works. Pay attention to the tile layout and look closely at tiles close to the baseboard, corners, doorways and windows. These are trouble spots that indicate the tile restoration contractor's skill level.
Just as you would do with any other contractor, ask the tile restoration contractor for their license and certification, and ensure they have insurance.