Over 3 Decades of Professional & Detailed Tile Restoration Services

In 1987, a small family of professional tile contractors decided to start a company that could provide guaranteed, dependable, and knowledgeable service to South Florida residents. While we’ve established a name and reputation in Deerfield Beach that precedes us, our clients constantly rave about our staff’s friendliness, professionalism, and overall expertise in the world of tile.

Across the industry, we carry an A+ rating from the BBB, an Angi (formerly Angie’s List) A ranking, and a five-star Yellow Pages rating. Feel free to do some research of your own and see how we stack up against our competitors. We’re proud to provide references if you ask! Come visit our office, showroom, and warehouse in Deerfield Beach, Monday through Friday from 9 to 5.

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Why Should You Choose Universal Tile Restoration, Inc.?

Family-owned and operated by our original 1987 owners, so care about service at each and every touchpoint. Our licensed, full-time, permanent contractors undergo extensive background checks, drug testing, and top-notch training. We also send knowledgeable supervisors to every job. Enjoy free, detailed estimates emailed right to you without the high-pressure sales follow-ups. From sales to service, every professional Universal Tile Restoration, Inc. employee leaves you feeling like you are part of a bigger family.

We use proprietary products, unavailable in stores

We provide the best possible materials throughout your project. Ask about purchasing and delivery options! Color correct your tile updates stress-free. Experience customized services that match stains and colors to your exact in-home materials. 

Improper installation is the main cause. Not enough thin-set or additive was used causing the bonding to fail. Before installation, the paint left on the slab did not create a clean surface for the tiles to adhere to. The paint peels after time and “pops” the tile. Heavy construction in the area (i.e., jackhammering) Flood and loss of electricity cause hollow tiles to buckle