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Call Us 503.851.8489
CCB# 163497

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We can provide a variety of custom solutions for you.
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New Bathrooms with Special Financing Available!

Bathroom Remodeling Contractor Serving the Portland, Salem Area

Tile with a Smile is a full-service bathroom remodeling contractor that specializes in the Bathtub to Shower Conversion, as well as installing Barrier Free Showers, and ADA-Complaint Showers. We are a family-run business that can handle nearly any type of bathroom renovation project. We serve the Portland & Salem area.

Tile with a Smile founder and owner Ron Hodgson is a licensed professional engineer (PE) in Oregon and has been renovating bathrooms for over 20 years in the area. Hundreds of satisfied Portland and Salem clients can attest to the quality work that he delivers with his team. Here, you will find products that are better than those offered by big box chains, and a commitment to customer service that is second to none.

BATHTUB TO SHOWER CONVERSIONS, BARRIER FREE SHOWERS, WALK IN SHOWERS, ADA-COMPLIANT SHOWERS & BATHROOM REMODELLING FOR HOMES AND BUSINESSES IN THE PORTLAND, SALEM AREA

What, exactly, differentiates Tile with a Smile from other bathroom remodeling contractors in the Portland, Salem area? We cater to the specific bathroom remodeling needs of the elderly and anyone else who might benefit from having a barrier free shower or wheelchair accessible shower installed in their home.

Unlike franchised bathroom remodelers, Tile with a Smile is independently owned and family-operated. We provide customized solutions and exceptional customer service. Contact Tile with a Smile today to get more information about our bathroom remodeling services and request a quote. Based in Stayton OR, we proudly serve the surrounding cities of Portland and Salem.