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Painting & Wallpaper Hanging: for wallpaper on feature walls, suface preparation:paint & paper stripping

Tilers Liverpool: Tiles on electrical underfloor heating systems, kitchen and bathroom tiling

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Kitchen & Bathroom Installation Liverpool: Units fitted, plumbing, electrical installation & tiling Liverpool

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Roofers Liverpool Roof repairs, roof tiles stripped and replaced, dormer windows fitted, chimney repointing

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Professional Tilers

Home tiling: granite, quartz & ceramic tiles for walls & floors

Liverpool Wall & Floor Tiles

Tiling kitchens|Using tiles in kitchens

There is a number of tile types available so if you want to tile your kitchen walls or floors, or even the work surfaces, it's important to choose the best tiles to suit your needs. Ceramic and porcelain tiles can be a good choice if you're on a budget. If you want exceptional durability, porcelain can meet your needs because it is so hard, however you can choose from many tile types, patterns and designs. If you want to add a little bit of luxury to your kitchen, natural stone tiles could be the solution, 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. Modular tile sets are another possibility suited to use on floors and walls and you can choose between various coloured slate and travertine products. For a rustic kitchen or a feature wall look, handmade tiles can look fantastic with relief patterns and individual surface finishes, or there are metallic tiles, often available in mosaic tile sheets, which can provide a clean fresh look and work well as splash backs.

Tiling services from tilers in Liverpool

  • Attaching tiles using rapid set tile adhesive
  • Supply of tile adhesive and grout
  • Tiled wall and floor restoration services
  • Preparation of walls and floors by removing existing tiles from surfaces
  • Using plywood to create level floor surfaces prior to tiling
  • Supplying seals for around baths and shower trays
  • Replacing grout between bathroom tiles
  • Using white or chrome tile trim to finish edges of tiles around windows
  • Sealing natural stone tiles
  • Using tile borders to edge ceramic wall tiles

Services tilers in Liverpool are offering

Tilers in Liverpool offer a number of services, from tiling on top of underfloor heating, which can either be electrically powered or warmed using hot water, to removing old wall and floor tiles and using floor leveller or plaster to provide flat surfaces on walls and floors for retiling with new ceramic, porcelain or natural stone tiles. Products needed to carry out your tiling work can be sourced by a tiling expert, including rapid dry adhesives and tile grout, and advice can also be provided about how to choose the best adhesion products for your tiling project. If your tiles have been attached to your walls and floors, you can add finishing touches such as tile sealant, which is usually applied to natural stone tiles. You can prevent tile discolouration and staining with the application of sealant and every year you can receive a quality service from Liverpool tilers to ensure your tiles look attractive for many years.

Different types of tiles

  • Terracotta kitchen floor tiles
  • Floor and wall tiles made from porcelain
  • Modular unfilled travertine
  • Ceramic bathroom wall tiles
  • Foil backed glass tile mosaics
  • Metal wall tiles
  • Floor tiles with non-slip textures
  • Uncalibrated slate tiles
  • Luxury handmade tiles with raised designs
  • Mosaic border tiles

Different sorts of floor tiles

When choosing new tiles, there are many types t choose between, and some ranges of tiles are only for application on walls, others are designed to be used for flooring, and there are other tiles that can be used for walls and floors. To prevent people slipping on floor tiles, they usually have textured surfaces, which makes them safe for shower rooms, bathrooms and wet rooms where water splashing can occur. Tiles for walls don't need to be as thick so are often cheaper. Horizontally positioned border tiles are also used by many people to enhance designs and break up blocks of a single colour. Tile stores and DIY shops usually mark tiles so you don't purchase the wrong sort of tiles for your floors and walls.

Liverpool tiling experts

When remodelling or refurbishing the interior decor in your home and you are in need of an experienced Liverpool tiling expert, it is important to you you have a tradesperson you can trust. Whether you're on a budget and want cheap ceramic tiles for a wet room, shower room or downstairs loo, or you've chosen natural stone floor tiles like slate, limestone or honed and filled travertine, you can find a reputable tiler in Liverpool on submission of your tiling requirements via the user friendly 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 sealing along showers and baths with seal strips, using plywood to box in unattractive kitchen and bathroom pipes to combining various coloured tiles in different directions to create attractive tile designs, a professional local tiler can meet your needs.

Tile options Liverpool: Made from natural stone

A large amount of choice is on offer in natural stone tile ranges that offer a luxurious finish to a wall or floor in your home and a time served Liverpool tiler can carry out the tiling work for you. Honed and filled travertine tiles are commonly used in bathrooms and en suites, whilst unfilled travertine is more suited to areas where it will be exposed to less water and splashing. Sealant should be applied to any natural stone tiles to protect the surface from staining or discolouring, but the most important natural stone tiles to seal are porous marble, travertine or limestone. Sealant should also be reapplied after around 12 months to ensure the surface remains protected. Slate tiles are another popular natural stone tile type which usually has a riven texture and can be found in different colours. Tile suppliers and DIY stores offer tiles in a variety of different sizes or you can choose modular packs which provide variation in tile sizes.

Using tiles to decorate your home

A hard wearing flooring option is tiles, which are practical for flooring and wall coverings, and there is also the option of tiling worktops, splash backs and fireplaces to create beautiful interior environments. Victorian properties frequently have tiled floors with decorative Minton tiles, which are easy to sweep clean and can be covered with rugs. Tiled kitchens and bathrooms are commonplace, as with floors and walls in utility rooms, because they are both waterproof and hygienic. Therefore many people with kids and pets tend to choose tiled floors. Another room commonly tiled is a conservatory, due to them staying cooler even in the heat of summer but they can be transformed into warm comfortable flooring in winter with the use of underfloor heating.

Liverpool tilers are undertaking tiling projects

  • Tiling hallways with terracotta floor tiles
  • Using porcelain tiles to tile shower room walls
  • Tiling utility rooms with ceramic wall tiles
  • Bathroom redecorating by tiling over old tiles
  • Laying tiles over piped underfloor heating
  • Luxury handmade tile application for kitchen walls
  • Conservatory floor tiling services
  • Boxing in bathroom pipework and tiling over
  • Limestone, travertine and marble wall tile application
  • Tiling flooring and walls of wet rooms

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