add  a  mosaic  to  your  back-splash  tile...
If you're interested in adding some visual interest to your kitchen, MOSAIC tile may be just what you're looking for.  Often made of glass, ceramic or stone, these small tiles stick to a mesh backing and are arrayed in a diverse pattern.  Providing a focal point to your Back-Splash design.

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stack 'em  dano...
stacked tile is a great fit for many projects.
Great for indoor and outdoor applications, stacking tile is available in a wide variety of colors, sizes, and configurations.
Tile can be installed on fireplace walls & accent walls in the office, living room,and kitchen nook.  Stacking tile can also be used in outside applications as well, such as lanai walls, outdoor cabinet base, & fire-pits.  CMJ-Enterprise strives to
excel in every service we provide and can translate a client’s concept into reality – while keeping a solid
focus on the budget.  We believe the most powerful marketing investment is our customers satisfaction.

back-splash & mosaic tile

... add great aesthetic appeal, visual diversity and color to your kitchen design

Whether you're getting ready to install a brand new tile back-splash, or just want to update your current back-splash. You'll first want to explore as many ideas as possible. One of the great benefits of a tile back-splash is that it can add great aesthetic appeal, visual diversity and color to your kitchen design. The Kitchen is often a great place to experiment with bold designs, patterns and colors. In addition, Tile Back-splash will protect your kitchen's walls from unsightly, unsanitary food spatter.

Mosaic tile is another popular tile backsplash choice, especially for anyone interested in adding some visual interest to their kitchen. Often made of glass, ceramic or stone, these small tiles stick to a mesh backing and are arrayed in a diverse pattern. The mesh backing means installers don't need to worry as much about cutting the tiles, which makes mosaics a popular choice among homeowners looking for a simple, attractive and cost effective option. Natural stone mosaic tile surfaces have adorned interior spaces for thousands of years, and in many cultures. The beauty of marble, travertine, limestone, granite, slate, and quartzite tile for use in high-moisture areas in particular haven’t lost any of its allure even now in the 21st century.

Thin-Set / Tile Mastic / Brick Mortar
Thinset is your go-to tile mortar for most indoor and outdoor applications. Thinset tile mortar provides a very strong bond and is resistant to moisture, though it is not impervious. Thinset tile mortar has a smooth, slippery consistency, similar to mud. There are two main kinds of thinset tile mortar:; Dry, Powdered Tile Mortar, and premixed Thinset Tile Mortar.  Thin-set tile mortar also allows for you to level otherwise uneven surfaces to some degree. You cannot level wildly out-of-level surfaces, but you can bridge gaps and compensate for slight level changes.  
It has been said that what you don’t know won’t hurt you. We strongly disagree. We believe that what you do know can help you. Especially when you’re shopping for tile & Stone. Knowing which product is best for a particular room, and the activity in that room, can help you shop wiser, and can save you money in the long run -- unwise buying decisions can lead to costly replacement.
Unrivaled in visual appeal and lasting beauty, tile or stone will elevate and enhance any room in virtually any style home. You supply the tile, and we'll supply the expertise to install it correctly.
A high quality fine, polymer-modified, water - resistant, cement - based powder grout designed for grouting glazed wall tiles, mosaics, vitrified & fully vitrified tiles, floor tiles, industrial floor tiles, etc (where chemical resistance, hygienic and sterile is important use ARDEX ENDURA EPOXY GROUT). Although it's available in more than 100 colors, only two types of cement-based grouts are used to fill the gaps between tiles: sanded and unsanded. The choice is determined mostly by the width of the joint between tiles. Unsanded grout is preferred for joints that are less than 1⁄8 in.