Borg Mosaics projects are constructed to be durable, functional, and beautiful with your long-term needs in mind. This attention to quality and detail requires thought, planning and technical expertise.
Each Borg Mosaic is a unique creation made by hand in the United States of America. They are not mass-produced. Many factors have to be considered when determining the price of a mosaic.
These factors include but are not limited to:
- Square footage
- Material costs
- Material density: For example, porcelain tile (the preferred medium for high traffic commercial floors) is extremely dense and much harder to cut than softer ceramic tiles. Denser tiles take longer to shape and shorten tool life. However, this density makes them extremely durable and resistant to chipping, scratching and scuffing over the long haul.
- Technical considerations—Interior vs. exterior, flat surface vs. curved or irregular areas to be covered. For instance, a mosaic done on the curved bottom of a swimming pool has more technical considerations than a basic 2-dimensional piece of wall-hung art.
- Lead time/project schedule
- Overall complexity of design
Contact Borg Mosaics today to discuss the details of your project and to get an estimate of what it would cost to make it come to life.