Searching for Travertine Tile Removal Near Me?

You're In The Right Place — We're Tile Removal Experts!

Since 2014, Total Floor Removal has been one of Arizona's leading residential and commercial providers for removing flooring of all kinds. Let us get your home or business ready for installing new ceramic tile, luxury vinyl, or hardwood in no time.

 

Travertine tile can be difficult to pull up because it breaks into tiny pieces, so it creates a lot of dust, and it's time-consuming and messy. But don't worry... Total Floor Removal has the experience and knowledge necessary to get the job done quickly and efficiently, so you'll be ready for new tile or hardwood in no time!

Travertine Paver Tiles

Travertine Removal

Let Us Safely Remove Your Travertine Tile Flooring

Travertine tile removal can be a challenging task. If you're not careful, you could hurt the concrete under the flooring. To avoid a costly mistake, it's important to hire experts who will use the proper tools and have the expertise to do it correctly. 

Travertine Demo in Chandler - Total Floor Removal
Travertine Tile Floor Removal
Travertine Demo in Chandler

Worried About Dust? Traditional or Dustless — What's the Difference?

We offer dustless tile, stone, and thinset removal as well as traditional tile and grout demo depending on your needs and level of concern with dust. Dustless tile removal is ideal for homes that are occupied or properties that do not want dust floating throughout the air due to allergies or other dust concerns.

 

Traditional tile removal is a fast, budget-friendly solution for properties that are empty and undergoing a full renovation where dust is not a concern. Regardless of your needs, we have you covered when it comes to controlling dust!

Quick and Efficient Tile Removal

We offer competitive rates and are experienced in removing all types of stone, ceramic, flagstone, and porcelain tiles. We'll work diligently to make sure the job is done quickly, so you can move on to your new floor installation.

Is It Easy to Remove Travertine Tile Stone?

If you're planning to replace your tile floors, it's important to weigh your options carefully. While you may be tempted to go to Home Depot and find tools like a hammer and chisel and try to do the project yourself, you may get in over your head.


By hiring an expert, you can rest assured that the project will be done quickly and efficiently, all the debris will be removed from the home or business and the floor will be ready for new material installation.

 

The Benefits of Hiring a Tile Removal Company

Travertine is a type of limestone that is commonly used for tile flooring, countertops, and other surfaces. While travertine is a beautiful and durable material, it can be difficult to remove when it needs to be replaced or updated. That's where a specialized tile removal company comes in handy.

 

Total Floor Removal has years of experience in the tile removal industry. We know how to safely and efficiently remove travertine floors without hurting your concrete floor below the tile. We'll work diligently to make sure your travertine removal project is completed on time and within budget.

 

If you're thinking about updating your travertine flooring, or if you need to remove tile for any other reason, Total Floor Removal is a perfect choice. We'll work diligently to ensure your tile demo is completed on time and within budget. 

 

Don't Break the Bank and Pay Too Much

By hiring Total Floor Removal, you'll save yourself time and money in the long run. Our equipment and experience are necessary to get the job done quickly and efficiently. This means you'll spend less time and money on repairs down the road.

 

We Focus on Safety in Your Home

We have the proper tools and expertise necessary for removing your tile quickly and efficiently, without causing any damage.

Replacing the Tile in your Kitchen?

Kitchen renovations are one of the best investments you can make in your home. Make your dream kitchen a reality by starting the project on the right step.

 

Put The Chipping Hammer Down and Give us a Call

Don't spend hours online watching YouTube videos, reading website articles, and searching page after page about helpful tools for removing your old kitchen floor. Stop watching that video and call Total Floor Removal today — our team will work quickly and efficiently to remove your old kitchen tile floors, so you can install your new flooring quickly and easily.

We have the experience and equipment to handle any sized job, so you can be sure that your flooring removal project will be a success. 

 

Save Time and Money

Another benefit of hiring an expert travertine tile removal company is that you'll save time and hassle. These professionals know what they're doing and will be able to remove your travertine flooring quickly and without any problems. This can be a huge relief if you're short on time or if you're not comfortable doing the job yourself.


At Total Floor Removal, we pride ourselves on our dedication to customer satisfaction. We'll work diligently to ensure your travertine flooring is removed quickly and efficiently, so you can get back to your everyday life. 

 

Your Floor Will Be Left Smooth and Ready for Installation

In addition to our expertise and professionalism, another benefit of choosing Total Floor Removal is our affordable pricing. We understand that travertine tile removal can be expensive, so we offer competitive rates that will fit within your budget. Plus, we'll haul away all the debris, so you don't have to worry about it.

 

Fast, Reliable, and Affordable Tile, Grout, and Thinset Demolition

The team of experts at Total Floor Removal have years of experience in the industry and know exactly how to remove travertine tiles quickly and efficiently. We'll work diligently to make sure the job is done properly, without causing any damage to your property. In addition, we'll also clean up after ourselves, so you won't have to worry about any messes.

If you're looking for a company that can provide fast, reliable, and affordable travertine removal services, Total Floor Removal is a perfect choice. Family-owned and operated, we have years of experience in the industry and are dedicated to providing our customers with the best possible service. We'll work diligently to ensure your travertine tile and baseboards are removed with minimal dust quickly and efficiently, so you can get back to your everyday life.

If you're considering a travertine, ceramic, porcelain, hardwood, or carpet demo, so you can have new tile material installed, be sure to give us a call first. You'll be glad you did!

 

We'll be here when you need us!

We get calls all the time from homeowners who have spent hours watching YouTube videos, reading website articles, and searching related blog posts about helpful tips for removing their old floor and then call us after they get started asking for us to come to finish the job because they bit off more than they could chew. This can be frustrating for homeowners who are trying to remove their floors on their own with a chipping hammer and chisel.

How much does tile removal cost per square foot?

Our solid surface porcelain, ceramic, flagstone, vinyl, Saltillo tile, and hardwood prices are based on the total square foot that needs to be removed in your home or business and always include removal and disposal of everything below the flooring material such as adhesive, thinset, grout lines, tack strips, padding, etc.

Traditional thinset and tile removal prices range from $1.95 —$3.50 per square foot and include everything to get your home ready for installing new material.

We will measure and give you a solid estimate before we start, but if you want to get a rough idea before you call, you can calculate the entire area of the tile by multiplying length x width and then adding all the room measurements for the total square footage. Add all the rooms together, so if you have 625 square feet of ceramic tile in your kitchen, 150 square feet of ceramic tile in your living room, and 100 square of ceramic tile in your dining room, you'd have a total of 875 square feet of ceramic tile.