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how much should it cost to have 300 sq. ft. tile grouted only

  • November 20 2011 - US
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For those who think grouting someone else's tile job is easy, you have likely never had the pleasure.
No less than $1/sf.
  • October 11
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My brother has a tile business, and whenever he had to tile about 300 sq ft, he charged about $75... very reasonable. Hopefully you would be able to find a professional with decent prices

  • February 10 2012
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In the Central Indiana Market you can expect to pay around $250.00 that would also include coming back and sealing it as well.
  • February 08 2012
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30 bucks, 50 if you have to buy the gun.
  • January 30 2012
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Who installed the tile Darren? For liability reasons, we would not want to do grout only, as we can't guaranty the work done before us.  If later, lets say  in a few months, the grout cracks, who will you go after?

As for the price, in the DC market it would cost you $200-$300.

Good luck!
  • January 29 2012
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If you are even slightly handy you could certainly tackle that yourself. Grouting tile is quite easy even for the novice DIYer.
  • December 12 2011
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In my area, Boston, you'd be looking at a couple of hundred dollars, if you could even get a guy to come in and just do the grout. Most would be reluctant to do that and warranty it without having installed the underlayment and tile.

Best,

Mike
  • December 09 2011
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