East Central London Plumbers: Bathroom, kitchen and utility room plumbing East Central London

East Central London Electricians: Rewiring property and installing new sockets

Paving & Driveways East Central London: Paved and concreted drives for decorative access and parking

Wallpaper & Paint East Central London: for wallpaper on feature walls, suface preparation:paint & paper stripping

Floor Tiles & Wall Tiles East Central London: Tiles on electrical underfloor heating systems, kitchen and bathroom tiling

East Central London Builders: Loft conversions, extensions and home improvements

East Central London Carpentry & Joinery: for kitchen installation, wooden staircases and door hanging

East Central London Kitchen Doors & Bathroom Furniture: Complete installation of units, water and electrical services, tiling

Stud Wall, Plasterboard & Plastering: Textured ceilings removed, reboarded and new ceilings and walls plastered

East Central London Television Aerial & Satellite: Multiroom aerial installation and satellite systems

East Central London Heating Systems: Solar power, heat pump and combi boiler systems installed East Central London

Roofers East Central London Roof repairs, roof tiles stripped and replaced, dormer windows fitted, chimney repointing

Flooring East Central London all kinds of flooring materials layed & fitted

Gardener East Central London for garden maintenance and landscaping projects

Windows & Doors Replacment window frames, glazing units and doors

Locksmith East Central London Replacment door and window security locks

Drain Cleaning East Central London clearing blocked drains and checking drainage pipes for cracks

UK Motorhome Hire Rent a camper van or motorhome near East Central London

East Central London valeting services: wheel cleaning, bodywork & interior valeting East Central London

Tiling Projects

Home Improvement: wall & floor tiling services
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East Central London Wall & Floor Tiles

East Central London tiling services

  • Supply of tile adhesive and grout
  • Supplying seals for around baths and shower trays
  • Finishing rough edges of tiles joining by windows with brushed chrome trim
  • Application of fresh tile grout between tile joints
  • Tile restoration for floors and walls
  • Tiling floors using flexible adhesive
  • Preparation of walls and floors by removing existing tiles from surfaces
  • Laying plywood boarding to level flooring for tiling
  • Applying sealant to natural stone tiles
  • Using tile borders and strips to edge part tiled walls

Suitable tiles for flooring

When choosing new tiles, there are many types t choose between, and some tiles are wall specific, others are designed to be used for flooring, and there are other tiles that can be used for walls and floors. Textured surfaces are a feature of floor tiles making them less slippery, which makes them safe for shower rooms, bathrooms and wet rooms where water will likely splash on them. Tiling on walls is usually done with thinner tiles, making them cost less. A number of people also choose to combine wall tiles with a border positioned horizontally around walls. Tile stores and DIY shops usually mark tiles so you know you're getting the right sort of tiles for your walls and floors.

Laying tiles in your home

A hard wearing flooring option is tiles, which are well suited to application on both floors and walls, and you can also create tiled fire surrounds and work surfaces that look attractive. Victorian houses often have hallway floors covered with tiles such as Minton tiles, which mopping and sweeping can clean with ease and rugs can add warmth. Tiled walls and floors in bathrooms and kitchens are commonplace, as with floors and walls 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. Tiles are also frequently used for flooring in conservatories because tiles provide a cool surface for warm summer weather and they can also be heated in winter using underfloor heating.

Tiling Services Offered for East Central London

Tilers in East Central London provide a variety of services, from tiling on top of underfloor heating, which can either be electrically powered or warmed using hot water, to old floor and wall tile removal as well as using floor levelling compounds and plaster to level walls and floors before using natural stone, porcelain or ceramic tiles to redecorate surfaces. Tiling products required to complete tiling jobs can be supplied by specialist tilers, including rapid dry adhesives and tile grout, and they can give advice about the best tile brands and products to select. If the tiling work is complete, finishing touches can be added like painting coats of tile sealant onto surfaces of stone tiles. Staining and discolouring of tile surfaces can be avoided by sealing tiles, and every year you can receive a quality service from East Central London tilers to leave the surface of your tiles protected and looking beautiful for years.

Tilers in East Central London are assisting with tiling projects

  • Tiling behind sinks in utility rooms to create splash backs
  • Tiling walls of shower rooms with porcelain tiles
  • Tiling over old wall tiles in bathrooms
  • Laying conservatory floor tiles
  • Replacing carpets in hallways with floor tiles
  • Laying tiles over plywood boxing in around bathroom pipes
  • Wet room wall and floor tiling
  • Creating feature walls with luxury relief tiles
  • Using travertine and limestone tiles to redecorate bathrooms
  • Tiling floors heated by electric or water powered underfloor heating systems

Different types of natural stone tiles for East Central London

A range of different natural stone tiles are available to choose from that many people like to use on their walls and floors for a touch of luxury and a time served East Central London tiler can carry out the tiling work for you. Honed and filled travertine tiles are commonly used in bathrooms and en suites, whereas the unfilled type of tile will often be used to decorate kitchens because there is less chance of water splashing. Applying natural stone sealant to the face of the tiles protects tiles from discolouring or being marked, but in particular, travertine, marble and limestone tiles with porous surfaces should be treated. Increased protection can be provided through application of further coats of sealant each year. A further tile choice that is popular is slate which floors and walls can be decorated with, and that can be smooth or riven in texture and finish, and offers many colour options from multicoloured to flat black or grey. Tiles are available in many different sizes whilst choosing modular packs of tiles give the opportunity to create tile designs with different sized pieces of stone.

Tiling services in East Central London

If you're making home improvements and need a knowledgeable tiler in East Central London, you want to know you can rely on the tradesman you're employing. Whether you're looking for ceramic or porcelain tiles for a downstairs toilet, shower room or kitchen, or your floor is being retiled with natural stone tiles such as filled and honed travertine or marble, you can contact a recommended tiler in East Central London by submitting an enquiry form. From offering grout and adhesive advice to customers, to adding finishing touches such as tile trims and using strips to seal along baths and showers, boxing in ugly pipework in bathrooms and kitchens to laying mosaics, a tiling specialist near East Central London has the answer.

Tiling kitchens|Using tiles in kitchens

A vast range of tile types are available so if you're looking to retile your kitchen flooring and walls, you will need to choose the best type of tile to suit your needs. If you're on a budget, you could choose ceramic or porcelain tiles. Durability is one of the main benefits of porcelain tiles resulting from how hard they are, however you can choose from many tile types, patterns and designs. A more luxurious option is natural stone tiles which can either be full size tiles, smaller square tiles or you could choose mosaics on mesh backing which either look good covering walls or can break up larger tiles as a border. Modular tile sets are another possibility suited to use on floors and walls and you can select from a range of travertine and slate options with various colours on offer. Adding individuality to a kitchen can be achieved by using handmade tiles, whereas if you want a tile that looks good as a splash back, you could try metallic tiles.

Different types of tiles

  • Coloured glass tiles
  • Cheap ceramic tiles
  • Terracotta quarry tiles
  • Relief patterned handmade tiles
  • Floor and wall tiles made from porcelain
  • Filled and honed travertine
  • Textured black slate flooring
  • Mosaic wall tiles backed with mesh
  • Metal wall tiles
  • Textured floor tiles with non-slip surfaces

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