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Add Tile to a Kitchen Countertop and Backsplash

Update a kitchen by demolishing the countertop and adding tile to the countertop, as well as adding a tile backsplash.

  • Time

  • Price Range

  • Easy/Moderate

    Moderate to Hard

Colorful ceramic and glass tile on the countertop and backsplash add warmth to a kitchen. The extreme element will be adding a little artistic flair by designing a tile accent to go around the window over the kitchen sink.

Add color and style to a kitchen by installing tile to a countertop and backsplash:

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  • Time

    Weekend

  • Price Range

    $50 - $100

  • Easy/Moderate

    Easy to Moderate

How to Demolish a Kitchen Countertop and Install Backer Board

Remodeling a kitchen begins with removing an old kitchen countertop. Host Paul Wilson explains how to demolish an old kitchen countertop and install a cement backer board.

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  • Time

    Several Weekends

  • Price Range

    $500 - $1,000

  • Easy/Moderate

    Moderate to Hard

How to Install Tiles on a Kitchen Countertop

Installing tiling on a countertop adds customized flavor and utility to your kitchen. Host Paul Wilson shows how to install tiles on a kitchen countertop.

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  • Time

    Under Half Day

  • Price Range

    $250 - $500

  • Easy/Moderate

    Moderate

How to Insert a Kitchen Mosaic Tile Design Above a Stove

Mosaics add instant class and style to your kitchen. Host Paul Wilson shows how to insert a kitchen tiled mosaic design over a stove and grouts the tile.

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  • Time

    Weekend

  • Price Range

    $500 - $1,000

  • Easy/Moderate

    Moderate to Hard

How to Set a Kitchen Backsplash Tile

A kitchen backsplash tile adds utility and flair to your home. Host Paul Wilson shows how to set a kitchen backsplash tile.

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