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Building Construction Edinburgh: Planning application to construction, building services Edinburgh

Edinburgh Carpenters and Joiners: for kitchen installation, wooden staircases and door hanging

Edinburgh Fitted Kitchens & Bathrooms: Units fitted, plumbing, electrical installation & tiling Edinburgh

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Tiling Services

Home Improvement: wall & floor tiling services

Edinburgh Wall & Floor Tiles

Services tilers in Edinburgh are offering

There is a range of services that tilers in Edinburgh provide, from covering underfloor heating systems with floor tiles, either installed as electric mat or piped hot water systems, to removing old wall and floor tiles and using floor leveller or plaster to provide flat surfaces on walls and floors prior to tiling with new porcelain, stone or ceramic tiles. Any tiling products required to tile your property can be supplied by a tiling professional, such as specialist adhesives and tile grout, and advice can also be provided about how to choose the best adhesion products for your tiling project. Once the tiling process is complete, you can add finishing touches like painting coats of tile sealant onto surfaces of stone tiles. You can prevent tile discolouration and staining with the application of sealant and is a service that a quality tiler can provide year on year to leave the surface of your tiles protected and looking beautiful for years.

Different types of natural stone tiles for Edinburgh

Natural stone tile ranges offer a large amount of choice of tile types that many people like to use on their walls and floors for a touch of luxury work which can be completed by an experienced tiler in Edinburgh. Shower rooms and en suites are often decorated with travertine tiles that are honed and filled, whilst unfilled travertine is more suited to areas where it will be exposed to less water and splashing. Surfaces of travertine tiles that are treated with sealant will be prevented from being marked or discolouring, but marble, limestone and travertine tiles with porous surfaces are the most important tiles to seal. Increased protection can be provided through application of further coats of sealant each year. Another natural stone tile type that is popular is slate, which usually has a riven texture and can be found in different colours. Tile shops sell natural stone tiles in a range of size options whilst choosing modular packs of tiles give the opportunity to create tile designs with different sized pieces of stone.

Tile types to choose from

  • Floor tiles with non-slip textures
  • Cream and brown travertine tiles
  • Modular slate tile packs
  • Budget ceramic wall and floor tiles
  • Reclaimed terracotta tiles
  • Border mosaics on mesh backing
  • Mosaic sheet glass tiles
  • Floor and wall tiles made from porcelain
  • Stainless steel mosaic tiles
  • Handmade ceramic tiles

Edinburgh tiling services

  • Attaching tiles using rapid set tile adhesive
  • Edging ceramic wall tiles with tile borders
  • Waterproofing shower trays and baths by fitting seal strips
  • Neatening tile edges round windows with co-ordinating trim
  • Applying sealant to natural stone tiles
  • Levelling floors with plyboard prior to tiling
  • Supplying grout and adhesive for tiling projects
  • Restoration of floors and walls that are tiled
  • Chipping away existing tiles to prepare walls for retiling
  • Refreshing tile grout

Edinburgh tiling experts

When remodelling or refurbishing the interior decor in your home and you are looking for a trusted tiler in Edinburgh, it's important that you know you're hiring a reliable tradesman. Whether you need porcelain tiles or ceramic tiles for a kitchen, bathroom or utility room, or you've chosen natural stone floor tiles such as filled and honed travertine or marble, you will find that contacting a reputable tiling expert in Edinburgh is easy by sending your details through on the enquiry form. From offering grout and adhesive advice to customers, to using tile trim and borders to neaten rough edges of tiles and sealing along showers and baths with seal strips, tiling over boxed in utility room and kitchen pipes to laying mosaics, a tiling expert in your local area can help.

Edinburgh tilers are undertaking tiling projects

  • Tiling conservatory floors
  • Creating feature walls with luxury relief tiles
  • Shower room wall tiling services
  • Bathroom redecorating by tiling over old tiles
  • Tiling hallways with terracotta floor tiles
  • Tiling walls and floors in wet rooms
  • Using ceramic tiles to tile utility room walls
  • Tiling floors heated by electric or water powered underfloor heating systems
  • Using travertine and limestone tiles to redecorate bathrooms
  • Kitchen pipework boxing in with plywood and applying tiles over

Different rooms where tiles can be used

When you lay tiles, you will get an easy clean, durable material practical wall covering and flooring materials, and they can also be used to decorate work surfaces and create splash backs. Victorian properties frequently have tiled floors with decorative Minton tiles, which can easily be mopped or swept and rugs can be used to cover them if you wish. Bathrooms and kitchens are most commonly tiled rooms, as with floors and walls in utility rooms, because tiles offer a waterproof and hygienic solution. Therefore many people with kids and pets tend to choose tiled floors. Another room commonly tiled is a conservatory, because they provide a cool flooring surface even when the room is warm and they can be combined with underfloor heating if desired to add warmth in winter.

Tiles suitable for floors

There is a large amount of choice when selecting new tiles, but some are more suited to use on walls, others are specifically for use on floors, or there are some ranges that can be used for either floors or walls. Tiles for floors are usually textured to prevent people slipping on them, which makes them safe for shower rooms, bathrooms and wet rooms where they'll get splashed. You don't need as thick tiles on walls so prices are usually lower than floor tiles. A number of people also choose to combine wall tiles with a border positioned horizontally around walls. Tiles are usually marked up in a DIY store or tile shop so you know whether they are for walls or floors.

Kitchen tiles

There are many different types of tiles so if you want to tile your kitchen work surfaces, floors and walls, it's important to choose the best tiles to suit your needs. When you're on a budget, porcelain or ceramic tiles can be a practical option. Durability is one of the main benefits of porcelain tiles resulting from how hard they are, however both tile types come in many designs and colours. For added luxury, natural stone tiles could be the best choice, which could be 30.5cm square up to 61 x 40.6cmm, or can be smaller mosaic mat tiles that can cover walls or be used as borders. Another option to consider is modular tile sets that can look effective on either floors or walls and these tend to be available in travertine and slate most commonly. For a rustic kitchen or a feature wall look, handmade tiles can look fantastic with relief patterns and individual surface finishes, and metallic tiles can be used to reflect light and provide attractive splash backs.

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