F.A.Q.’s

F.A.Q.’s

Are you an interior designer?
Not yet. But I work with them every single day of my life, and subscribe to over two dozen trade publications, blogs, and magazines. I intend to get a formal education and certification as soon as humanly possible.

Do you install tile?
No. I am well educated in how to install the various different types of tiles, but I do not physically set them myself.

What tile store do you work at?
Sorry, I will never reveal this information for a number of personal reasons. But take my word for it: it’s awesome.

Are there any hidden fees with your online consultations?
Absolutely not. At this point in time, my services are completely free. All I ask for is a photo of the finished product!

Can you recommend tile specific to my region?
Of course. Nearly all tile brands are international and therefore available across the United States as well as Canada. I will be happy to lead you to your closest tile store to find the tile I recommend.

Do you offer any other services?
Yes, I can offer help with any and all design dilemmas, I’m simply focusing on tile at the moment due to my employment.

What do I need to send you to receive a free consultation?
Simply email me at tiletramp@gmail.com with your dilemma and we’ll take it from there! I try to respond to all emails within 24 hours.

Why are you free?
I am choosing not to charge for my services at this time because I am looking to build relationships, my portfolio, and because quite honestly, I enjoy it. That being said, I won’t be free forever so take advantage of this opportunity now!

Comments
3 Responses to “F.A.Q.’s”
  1. Jamie says:

    What is your opinion on Arabesque White granite for countertops? I think it is a very conservative choice for me in general, I normally go for dark and wild….but, I have a strong want for a change……
    The floor is black slate.

    • Tile Tramp says:

      Hi Jamie, I would love to share my two cents, but it might be easier if you could send me a photo of the granite? Generally, I really like light countertops in kitchens, especially with a dark floor, but different granites have different veining, so I’d be interested to see what this species looks like.

  2. LV says:

    I’m having a hard time finding Amazonite tile flooring for a tiny bathroom. I’m in NJ, do you have any sources you can share that carry less traditional looks and colors?

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