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Photo Specifications & Tips:

Taking good quality photos is important in order to provide an accurate quote. Below are tips for taking the best photos of your tiled areas.

Adequate Lighting:

Ensure that the lighting in the area is sufficient to capture clear and accurate images. Natural light from a window or a well-lit area with artificial lighting works best. Avoid harsh shadows or excessive glare. For areas with poor lighting, use your flash.

Camera Resolution:

Make sure your camera's resolution is set high enough to allow for little pixelation when zooming into photos.

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Your Information:

  • First and last name

  • Property address

  • Email address

  • Areas we are quoting (primary bathroom, guest bathroom, foyer, kitchen, etc)

  • Services we are quoting (tile and grout cleaning, silicone caulk replacement, grout sealing, grout repair, etc.)

Walk In Showers:

  • Photograph each shower wall in its entirety individually.

  • Photograph the shower floor / pan in its entirety.

  • Make sure to get as close as possible, ensuring the entire shower floor / pan is in the frame. 

  • Showers with tiled or natural stone curbs, photograph the seam where the curb meets the tile on the exterior and interior of the shower enclosure.

  • Include photos of any areas of concern such as cracked or loose tiles, missing grout, etc.

  • Take a distance photo so we can see the size of the shower and how high the tiles go up the wall.

Tub/Shower Combos:

  • Photograph each shower wall individually.

  • Photograph the tub in its entirety.

  • Make sure to get as close as possible, ensuring the entire tub is in the frame.

  • Include photos of any areas of concern such as cracked or loose tiles, missing grout, etc.

  • Take a distance photo so we can see the size of the shower and how high the tiles go up the wall.

 

Garden Tubs:

  • Photograph each section of the garden tub surround - front of garden tub, top of deck and tile wall surround.

  • Include photos of any areas of concern such as cracked or loose tiles, missing grout, etc.

 

Floors:

  • Photograph the floor from a distance so that we can see the size of the area.

  • For larger floors, photograph the areas in sections.

  • Include photos of any areas of concern such as cracked or loose tiles, missing grout, etc.

 

Backsplash Installation:

  • Photos each wall

  • Type of tile (porcelain, glass, ceramic, marble, travertine, mosaic)

  • Size of tile

  • Square footage of area

  • Gas or electric stove

  • Number of outlets / switches that need to be brought to first surface

  • Grout brand, type and color

 

Kitchen Counters:

  • Photograph each section of counter individually, including the island. 

  • Photograph a distance photo to see the kitchen in its entirety so we can see all the counters together.

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