Welcome to Leo Blair's Custom Tile and Stone providing local customers superior service and a 100% satisfaction guarantee for 20 years.
We take great pride in providing you with the highest quality installation around!
We serve Warren County, Washington County, and Saratoga County, Queensbury, Glens Falls, Hudson Falls, Fort Edward, Lake George, Warrensburg, Saratoga Springs, Ballston Spa, Clifton Park and Surrounding Areas.
Our customers have great things to say about us!
Our pricing is fair and our workmanship is outstanding!
Fully insured and bonded.
We know that you want your tile installation to go as smoothly and effortlessly as possible, that is why we are involved with the project from start to finish. We are proud to be able to keep the necessary work related disarray to a minimum and not have to disrupt the clients' home life with our work. That is why we have had the pleasure of helping many residents of the Glens Falls, New York area (maybe even some of your friends and neighbors) improve their surroundings, and increase the value of their homes, by making their kitchens and baths look beautiful.
Porcelain has been used for many things because it can stand the test of time: Porcelain signs, Porcelain toilets, Porcelain dishes and Porcelain teeth are some that come to mind. Porcelain is non porous and easy to clean. It is a good choice of tile for almost anywhere. Did you know non-porcelain tile is the fancy way of saying Ceramic tile?
Why design with natural stone? Well, for a number of reasons. Natural stone is strong and stable to live with. It exudes a rich, organic, beautiful surface and has a confident, timeless "presence" in any room. Rub your hand across any natural stone product. Can you feel the eons of time it took to produce this natural wonder of Mother Earth?
Ceramic Tile is not solid all the way through like Porcelain tile. Ceramic tile is a reddish brown color on the inside and is otherwise coated and glazed with a design. Ceramic tile is the cheapest of all tiles and for that reason also the most common. Ceramic tile is a lot easier to cut then Porcelain. Porcelain tile requires a perfectly straight saw blade and a little experience to not have them crack while cutting