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Coventry Block Paving: hard landscaping, concrete driveways and block paving

Wallpaper & Paint Coventry: Ceiling painting, wallpaper hanging and decorative effects Coventry

Tiling Walls & Floors Coventry: Professional tiling services for quartz, porcelain & travertine tiles Coventry

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Coventry Carpentry & Joinery: property refurbishment including sash windows, staircase repairs, flooring & roofing Coventry

Coventry Kitchens & Bathrooms: Units fitted, plumbing, electrical installation & tiling Coventry

Wall & Ceiling Plastering Coventry: Ceiling and wall plastering,stud walls built, external rendering, patch repairs

Coventry Television Aerial & Satellite: Multiroom aerial installation and satellite systems

Coventry Combi Boilers: Baxi, Vaillant, Ideal and most boilers installed, serviced and repaired

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

Flooring Coventry all kinds of flooring materials layed & fitted

Gardener Coventry for garden maintenance and landscaping projects

Windows & Doors Replacment window frames, glazing units and doors

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Tiling Services

Home Improvement: wall & floor tiling services

Coventry Wall & Floor Tiles

Tiling jobs our Coventry tilers are completing

  • Kitchen pipework boxing in with plywood and applying tiles over
  • Tiling walls and floors in wet rooms
  • Retiling bathroom walls over old tiles
  • Using natural stone tiles to tile bathroom walls
  • Using ceramic tiles to tile utility room walls
  • Replacing carpets in hallways with floor tiles
  • Using porcelain tiles to tile shower room walls
  • Feature kitchen wall creation using handmade tiles with relief patterns
  • Tiled floor installation after underfloor heating has been connected up
  • Tiling conservatory floors

Choosing the best type of tile

  • Budget ceramic wall and floor tiles
  • Coloured glass tiles
  • Riven slate floor tiles
  • Modular unfilled travertine
  • Handmade luxury kitchen tiles made from ceramic
  • Mosaic border tiles
  • Terracotta kitchen floor tiles
  • Non-slip tiles for floors with textured surfaces
  • Porcelain tiles with patterns
  • Metallic mosaic wall tiles

Tiles suited to use in kitchens

There is a number of tile types available so if you're redecorating your kitchen and want to tile floors, walls or to create splash backs, 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. Porcelain tiles are extremely hard and therefore are very durable, however tiles made from either type of material can be purchased with various designs and with glazed or textured surfaces. A more luxurious option is natural stone tiles that you can find in various sizes including 40x60cm, 40x40cm and 60x60cm, or mosaic tiles on a mat. Another option is modular tile sets which look attractive as flooring but can also be used as wall tiles, and both are available in slate and travertine, with the variety of colours providing an attractive finish. Relief patterns and gloss or matt finishes are available in handmade tiles which can add luxury to a kitchen, or for splash backs with a difference, try metallic tiles which look good in a brushed finish.

Tiling services in Coventry

When remodelling or refurbishing the interior decor in your home and you are in need of a trustable Coventry tiling expert, you want to be confident that the tradesperson you hire is reliable. Whether you're looking for ceramic or porcelain tiles for a wet room, shower room or downstairs loo, or natural stone tiles are being laid on your floor such as filled and honed travertine or marble, you can contact a recommended tiler in Coventry on submission of your tiling requirements via the user friendly enquiry form. From offering grout and adhesive advice to customers, to finishing edges of part tiles walls with metallic or plastic trim and using strips to seal along baths and showers, boxing in ugly pipework in bathrooms and kitchens to combining various coloured tiles in different directions to create attractive tile designs, a professional local tiler can meet your needs.

Decorating your house with tiles

When you lay tiles, you will get an easy clean, durable material well suited to application on both floors and walls, and you can also use them to decorate fire places or to make splash backs. 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. Bathrooms and kitchens are most commonly tiled rooms, and likewise with flooring and walling in utility rooms, as a result of them being waterproof and hygienic. For that reason, tiled floors are popular for families with pets and children. Conservatory floors are also popularly laid with tiles due to their cool surface during hot weather but they can be transformed into warm comfortable flooring in winter with the use of underfloor heating.

Coventry tilers are offering professional services

There are a number of services offered by tilers in Coventry, from laying tiled floors over underfloor heating, which is either powered by electric mats or with piped hot water, to old floor and wall tile removal and levelling floors and walls with plaster and screed to prepare 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, which includes coloured grout and flexible adhesive products, in addition to being able to give product advice about the most suitable brand for your tiling work. If your tiles have been attached to your walls and floors, finishing touches can be added such as application of coats of sealant. Applying sealant to tiles will prevent discolouration and staining and an experienced tiler can provide this service each year to leave the surface of your tiles protected and looking beautiful for years.

Coventry tiling services

  • Levelling off floors by laying plywood
  • Sealing natural stone tiles
  • Using flexible adhesive to attach tiles to floors
  • Edging ceramic wall tiles with tile borders
  • Using seal strips to waterproof showers and baths
  • Providing advice about the most suitable type of adhesives and grout
  • Using white or chrome tile trim to finish edges of tiles around windows
  • Chipping away existing tiles to prepare walls for retiling
  • Tiled wall and floor restoration services
  • Application of fresh tile grout between tile joints

Different types of natural stone tiles for Coventry

There are a large number of different types of natural stone tiles that offer a luxurious finish to a wall or floor in your home and a time served Coventry tiler can carry out the tiling work for you. Honed and filled travertine tiles are commonly used in bathrooms and en suites, however kitchens walls are less likely to get splashed so tend to be tiled with unfilled travertine. Applying natural stone sealant to the face of the tiles protects tiles from being affected by discolouration or stains, however porous surfaces such as limestone, tumbled marble and unfilled travertine are particularly in need of sealing. Ensuring a regular coat of sealant is applied each year will protect your tiles for longer. Slate is a popular tile material suited to both wall and floors that can be purchased in various colours and usually have riven textures. Tile shops sell natural stone tiles in a range of size options or even as modular packs containing a variety of sized pieces.

Tiles suitable for floors

When choosing new tiles, there are many types t choose between, and some of them are designed only for walls, other tiles are designed to be used to tile floors, whilst some can be used to decorate either type of surface. Floor tiles should have enough texture that when wet they aren't slippery, which makes them safe for shower rooms, bathrooms and wet rooms where they're exposed to splashing from water. Wall tiles tend to be cheaper as they can be thinner. 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 don't end up with the wrong sort of tiles for your floors or walls.

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