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Kitchen & Bathroom

Ceramic,stone & Quartz tiles fitted for most tiling projects

Inverness Wall & Floor Tiles

Inverness tiling services

When you're renovating or redecorating a property and are in need of a trustable Inverness tiling expert, you want to know you can rely on the tradesman you're employing. Whether you're on a budget and want cheap ceramic tiles for a downstairs toilet, shower room or kitchen, or natural stone tiles are being laid on your floor like marble or slate, you will find that contacting a reputable tiling expert in Inverness is easy by submitting an enquiry form. From imparting knowledgeable advice about the best type of grout and tile adhesive to use, to using tile trim and borders to neaten rough edges of tiles and waterproofing baths and shower trays by fitting seal strips, boxing in ugly pipework in bathrooms and kitchens to using multiple coloured tiles to create designs, a tiling expert in your local area can help.

Different sorts of floor tiles

When choosing new tiles, there are many types t choose between, and some tiles are wall specific, others are floor tile ranges, or some tiles can be used to decorate either. Textured surfaces are a feature of floor tiles making them less slippery, so that they are safe for use in kitchens and bathrooms where splashing from taps and water sources occurs. When tiling walls, the tiles tend to be thinner, which also makes them cheaper in general. Horizontally positioned border tiles are also used by many people to enhance designs and break up blocks of a single colour. Signage and point of sales in DIY superstores and tile retailers are usually present to indicate what type of tiles you are looking at so you know you're getting the right sort of tiles for your walls and floors.

Tiling Services Offered for Inverness

Tilers in Inverness offer a number of services, from laying floor tiles over underfloor heating systems, which is either powered by electric mats or with piped hot water, to old floor and wall tile removal and surface preparation such as floor levelling and plastering walls 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 grout and adhesive, and they can provide advice on the best type of adhesion products for your particular tiling task. If your tiles have been attached to your walls and floors, the tiled surfaces can be coated with finishing products like sealing tiles made from natural stone materials. Staining and discolouring of tile surfaces can be avoided by sealing tiles, and regular treatment services can be provided by quality Inverness tilers to ensure your tiles look attractive for many years.

Inverness tilers are undertaking tiling projects

  • Laying floor tiles in hallways
  • Laying floor tiles in conservatories
  • Tiling over underfloor heating
  • Laying tiles over plywood boxing in around bathroom pipes
  • Tiling behind sinks in utility rooms to create splash backs
  • Tiling over old wall tiles in bathrooms
  • Luxury handmade tile application for kitchen walls
  • Wet room wall and floor tiling
  • Tiling bathrooms with natural stone travertine or tumbled marble tiles
  • Tiling walls of shower rooms with porcelain tiles

Using tiles to decorate your home

A hard wearing flooring option is tiles, which are practical for flooring and wall coverings, and you can also create tiled fire surrounds and work surfaces that look attractive. Minton tiled floors can often be found in hallways of Victorian properties, which can easily be mopped or swept and rugs can be used to cover them if you wish. Tiled walls and floors in bathrooms and kitchens are commonplace, and likewise with flooring and walling in utility rooms, because they are both waterproof and hygienic. Therefore many families with kids and/or pets often opt for tiling on their floors. Conservatories and sun rooms are also commonly tiled, because they provide a cool flooring surface even when the room is warm and they can also be heated in winter using underfloor heating.

Tile options Inverness: Made from natural stone

A large amount of choice is on offer in natural stone tile ranges which are luxurious wall and floor tile options work which can be completed by an experienced tiler in Inverness. En suites and bathrooms are frequently decorated in filled and honed travertine tiles, however kitchens walls are less likely to get splashed so tend to be tiled with unfilled travertine. Application of natural stone tile sealant should be carried out to prevent surface damage from discolouring or being marked, but in particular, travertine, marble and limestone tiles with porous surfaces should be treated. Sealant should also be reapplied after around 12 months to ensure the surface remains protected. Slate tiles are another popular natural stone tile type that provides many colour options and has attractive riven textures. Tiles are available in many different sizes or even as modular packs containing a variety of sized pieces.

Tile types to choose from

  • Foil backed glass tile mosaics
  • Modular unfilled travertine
  • Non-slip tiles for floors with textured surfaces
  • Riven slate floor tiles
  • Durable porcelain floor tiles
  • Handmade luxury kitchen tiles made from ceramic
  • Mesh backed mosaics
  • Ceramic bathroom wall tiles
  • Metallic mosaic wall tiles
  • Reclaimed terracotta tiles

Kitchen tiles

You can choose from a number of different tile types, so when you're refurbishing your kitchen with new tiles on the floors, walls or to create splash backs, choosing the most appropriate tiles for your tiling job is essential. If you're on a budget, you could choose ceramic or porcelain tiles. Porcelain tiles are extremely hard and therefore are very durable, but either tile material provides a large selection of designs, textures and colours. If you want to add a little bit of luxury to your kitchen, natural stone tiles could be the solution, that you can find in various sizes including 40x60cm, 40x40cm and 60x60cm, or you could choose mosaic tiles with mat mesh backing to tile sections of walls or to use as tiled borders. A further possibility that can look effective on walls and floors is modular tile sets and there is a varied range of colours in both travertine and slate tiles you could choose between. Individuality can be added to any kitchen with the use of handmade tiles which often have raised designs, or there are metallic tiles, often available in mosaic tile sheets, which can provide a clean fresh look and work well as splash backs.

Inverness tilers are carrying out home improvements

  • Restoring tiled floors and walls
  • Tiling floors using flexible adhesive
  • Fixing plywood to floors to level them
  • Sealing tiles made from natural stone to prevent discolouration
  • Chipping away existing tiles to prepare walls for retiling
  • Attaching chrome tile trim around windows
  • Edging ceramic wall tiles with tile borders
  • Providing advice about the most suitable type of adhesives and grout
  • Application of fresh tile grout between tile joints
  • Supplying seals for around baths and shower trays

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