This blog was originally posted here February 12th 2014 and is featured again by popular demand.
I know this will come as a surprise to you but the most common question we get is on pricing. In order to price your bullnose order there are several questions we’ll have to ask you to determine size, quantity and type of field tile.
The first question we tend to ask is size of the bullnose piece you need. When we bullnose tiles that require glaze the answer to this question can really affect the price. The cost of kiln fired bullnose is determined by the amount of kiln space required. For example a 12x12 bullnose will cost more than a 3x12 bullnose. So, if your tile installation will look as excellent with a 3x12 bullnose, from a cost stand point this is the way to go.
Another factor that affects the price of your bullnose order is the quantity of bullnose needed. Each bullnose order requires machine setup time and in the case of a glazed bullnose, mixing of a custom glaze color. As you might imagine the higher the quantity ordered the lower the price per piece due to economies of scale (don’t you just love that term).
What Kind Of Tile?
Finally, we’ll have to determine what kind of tile you have; glazed or unglazed, matte or glossy and is it polished or unpolished?
Because of the cost of doing business varies between locations; each American Bullnose Company facility has separate pricing. Please follow the links blow to receive a price list from the location nearest you:
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Author: Mike Gardiner
President of American Bullnose of California