Replace or Repair your Broken and Cracked Tiles in Your Walls or Floors

Tile flooring is a wonderful addition to any bathroom, kitchen, or other workspace. It’s a durable choice, but it’s not immune to the wear and tear of everyday life. Whether it’s the result of dropping your phone (it happens to the best of us) or a flaw in the foundation of your floors, the technicians at HomeSteady can make a damaged tile surface look good as new.

Most Common Causes of Damaged Tiles

There are a few common causes of damaged tiles, such as chips forming when a heavy object is dropped. Additionally, chips can easily become cracks with enough wear and tear, so it’s important to get small blemishes fixed before they become a bigger issue.

Secondly, there can be problems beneath the surface of your tiles that can eventually cause tile damage. For example, the concrete under your tiles that make up your flooring can crack, eventually leading to visible damage. Improperly installed sub-flooring can also lead to tile damage, specifically when the bottom-most layer (otherwise known as “joists”) sustains damage.

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Tile Repair Services from HomeSteady

The experts at HomeSteady are equipped to handle any sort of tile repair, no matter the cause of the damage. Depending on the material your tiles are, it is possible to repair them on your own. For instance, laminate and ceramic tiles can be repaired and replaced relatively easily. We recommend using a spare tile for practice (if you have one), since you’ll likely only get one shot at repairing your flooring.

Cork, slate, porcelain, clay, and marble tiles, on the other hand, are best repaired by a professional technician. These materials are delicate and require professional equipment for effective repairs and replacements.

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Find Tile Repair Service Near Me

No matter the cause of damage or the type of tile you have in your home or business, HomeSteady is equipped to fully repair or replace your damaged tiles. If you’re not sure whether your damaged tiles can be repaired or must be replaced, we will be glad to inspect the affected tiles and provide expert advice to help you make the best decision. Find a HomeSteady location near you, or fill out our contact form to get in touch with our team.

Consider the importance of dependable home maintenance. With the Steady Home Plan, our experts will catch and repair damaged tiles before they become a bigger problem. The Steady Home Plan is the best way to stay on top of home maintenance. And when you join, as a bonus, you’ll receive priority scheduling and discounts on our home services, including tile repair.


The short answer to this question is yes! Depending on the material your tile is made from, you may need to seek professional assistance. But for most tile materials, using epoxy and paint to fix a crack in your tile can be successful. Follow the instructions on the epoxy package for best results.

Yes. Sanded caulk works best for this project. It’s important to remove any old caulking from the surface before starting this process.