Installation of ceramic tile is not difficult, just labor-intensive. Installing a ceramic tile floor takes a lot of time because you need to cut and fit the tile, plus you need to fill the gaps between the tiles with grout after the tile adhesive has set up. Laying ceramic tile floors also requires use of specialty tile tools. If you are an active do-it-yourselfer, you probably own most of the tools you’ll need for tile work. But if you don’t have the tools you can also rent them.
Although installing ceramic tile is not difficult, many home owners prefer hiring professional installer rather than installing ceramic tile by themselves. So if your carpentry skills aren’t up to snuff or don’t have time to install ceramic tile by yourself, consider hiring an installer. There are many good tile installers out there. The best way to find tile installer is by getting personal recommendation from people you trust.