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How long does it typically take to install a ceramic tile floor with a standard pattern in a 9'x 9' bathroom?

2-4 hours
15%
4-8 hours
28%
One full day
15%
8-12 hours
15%
Two full days
18%
Three full days
3%
Four full days
0%
Not sure
0%
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Question: How long does it typically take to install a ceramic tile floor with a standard pattern in a 9'x 9' bathroom?
Top Answer (28% of 108 votes): 4-8 hours.

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Answer: Two full days
Explanation: First day to do existing flooring removal, install subflooring and tile. Second day to grout.
Construct Boss
Answer: Two full days
Explanation: One day for the tile, the next for the grout.
Misija construction
Answer: 4-8 hours
Explanation: All will depend on the amount of fixtures that are in the way and what needs to be uninstalled to facilitate a new floor
iDesign Interiors, LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: 4-8 hours
Explanation: Many variables
ARTIZTEK TILE DESIGNS
Answer: 8-12 hours
Explanation: The first day to install the tiles, and let them set over night. The next day to grout the floor, and finish the job.
Pegasus Construction Group, Inc.
Answer: 8-12 hours
Explanation: Basic labor to install ceramic floor tile with favorable site conditions. Layout tile pattern. Fabricate and install with thinset mortar. Grout and clean surface. Includes planning, equipment and material acquisition, area preparation and protection, setup and cleanup.
Arcadian Handyman
ProMatcher
Answer: 8-12 hours
Explanation: The correct way to install a tile floor is to install cement board first. Once the cement board is done then you can tile. Let the tile setup over night and grout the next day.
Ward Kitchen & Bath
Answer: Two full days
Explanation: You have to install the backer board. Then you have to Install the Mortar Then the tile. And you have to wait Until the mortar dries before you can grout it. So that takes two days
JRT Construction
Answer: 8-12 hours
Explanation: Basically one day maybe another four hours because you have extra prep or subfloor to put down toilets to pull or vanities to replace so it all varies just for tile 8 hours come back and grout it in the morning
Foster Construction
ProMatcher
Answer: 2-4 hours
Explanation: Standard pattern is the easiest pattern for tile installers. Definitely no more than 4 hours for proper installation in a 9'x9' room.
Your buddy at the beach LLC
Answer: 8-12 hours
Explanation: It takes three days because you have to wait for the tile to set, then grout and seal the tile.
Relux Construction LLC
Answer: 4-8 hours
Explanation: It depends on cuts and the type of sub-floor
GetGreatFlooring.com
ProMatcher
Answer: One full day
Explanation: We're efficient and if you're bathroom is standard sized it'll take us a day to install the tiles and maybe 1 to 2 hours for the grout.
The Raystruction Group LLC
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: I am a Professional Plumber, Only
Peace of Mind Plumbing LLC
Answer: 8-12 hours
Explanation: Lay tile, then grout next day
Midwest construction
ProMatcher
Answer: 4-8 hours
Explanation: if everything is good there should be no problem
Dmar.Remodeling.llc
Answer: 4-8 hours
Explanation: 81 sq ft should take about depends on Substrates.
Floors 2 UR Doors
Answer: Three full days
Explanation: first day prep-work (hardie backer) and start laying tile. Second day finish installation. third day install grout and drying process .
Russ Construction & Remodeling LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: Two full days
Explanation: you set the tile in one day then you go back the next day to grout
Four All Seasons Construction
Answer: 2-4 hours
Explanation: Takes 2 hours.
Designing Home Inc.
Answer: 4-8 hours
Explanation: We are professional tile layers with years of experience. We lay tile on a daily basis.
Seacrest Renovations
ProMatcher
Answer: 2-4 hours
Explanation: for me some guys take two days
TAC Tile
Answer: One full day
Explanation: It can take more, or less time depending on the existing conditions
Bradley Paint & Remodeling
Answer: 4-8 hours
Explanation: The best is to set the tiles one day, let the mortar sit overnight and then grout the next day.
Ironman Home Restoration
ProMatcher
Answer: 2-4 hours
Explanation: If the tiles are large than it can be done quickly. If they are small to tiny than it can take forever.
Kitchen Remodeling Chicago
Answer: Two full days
Explanation: a day to prep, set the tile, and let it cure, and another day to grout and clean and for it to cure
A Better Flooring
Answer: 4-8 hours
Explanation: Depending on how much tile cutting is involved, this shouldn't take long, particularly if there are no fixtures installed yet. If the tile has to be cut around the fixtures, it will take a little longer.
Essence of You Designs
ProMatcher
Answer: 4-8 hours
Explanation: Depending on the pattern and design.
DC Construction Services Inc.
Answer: 4-8 hours
Explanation: The install of the tile is fairly quick, but you do have to wait for the thin set to dry prior to grouting.
Future Roofing & Construction LLC
Answer: Two full days
Explanation: It depends, does the question assume that that all the fixture are already moved. Also it depends on the thin-set used and cure times.
Cedar Ridge Remodeling Company
ProMatcher
Answer: 4-8 hours
Explanation: This is after the Durarock is secured.
Chris Benedict's All Trades Service
Answer: 8-12 hours
Explanation: Lay the tile. Wait at least 24 hours for adhesive to set/cure. Come back in and grout, polish immediately. Enjoyment ready in 6-8 hours.
LIFETIME WARRANTY CONSTRUCTION
Answer: Three full days
Explanation: This depends on so many things. Is the floor prepped? Are the different tiles different thicknesses? What exactly is a standard pattern?
Russell Tile
ProMatcher
Answer: Two full days
Explanation: It really depends on the pattern chosen and the cuts required. Once the floor is prepped and laid out, it takes very little time to actually set the tiles in place. Then you have to wait until they set (24 hours) before you can grout them and trim out the rest of the floor.
Handyman Matters North Houston
Answer: 8-12 hours
Explanation: The tile glue has to set and dry to enable the grouting.
ARCHIQUEST, INC
Answer: One full day
Explanation: Dampness, humidity, un-even floors, in-experienced tile-setter - all of these things will affect the installation completion time. Any tile floor of any size should sit for 24 hours before floor traffic.
RP Cutcher General Contractor LLC
ProMatcher
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