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Question DetailsAsked on 3/12/2017

how much is labor to tile porceline on 800 square feet floor

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Be careful whether you are talking labor only, or labor and all materials and consumable toolslike diamond saw blades and such other than the tile (which you presumably bought youself) - can make a buck to three/SF difference commonly - potentially more if the exiting subfloor is rotten and needs to be replaced first

Ballpark numbers - commonly $3-7/SF for the labor part (commonly around $4-5 for decent sized jobs like yours), up to as much as $10 in cases involving a lot of subfloor prep, and up to $10-25/SF where there is a lot of intricate cutting like with inlays and mosaic artwork and such, where in the extreme it can even get into the $50-100/SF range.

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