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Finding a good tiler is never easy. The best contractors always seem to be busy, and you've exhausted recommendations from family and friends. This is where Top Tradespeople helps.
Our automated systems help match you with local tiling contractors near you across the UK. We've also partnered with other platforms who connect homeowners with tradespeople across the UK, increasing the likelihood of you being able to get more quotes to compare for your projects. The service is totally no-obligation of course so you won't be obliged to choose any of the quote for the tiling work you receive.
Helping you find tiling contractors
Use our 'GET QUOTES' form and choose tilers when asked what trade you want to get quotes and estimates from. Select the kind of tiling project you need doing. Options include projects such as wall tiling, floor tiling, plastering and tiling, specialist tiling work, natural stone tiling, travertine tiling, slate and quarry floors tiled, kitchens tiled, bathroom tiling. Describe your project (include information e.g. on materials, measurements, finishes, etc). Once verified, we match up to 4 local services covering your area and who provide estimates for the kind of work you need.
Consider quotes received. Choose the best tradesperson for your project. If you find a good local tiler through Top Tradespeople, give feedback and reviews, so other local people find recommended contractors for bathroom, kitchen, conservatory, wall and floor tiling services too.
Hiring A Tiler
Hiring a tiler can often be the decision made after having considered doing it yourself. A lot of people realise that tiling is not always as easy as it looks and involves skill. Most tilers work with floor and wall coverings of all shapes and sizes and use a variety of materials including ceramic and natural stone for use usually in bathrooms and kitchens.
What to look for in your tiling contractor
- References and previous work should be considered before hiring a tiler.
- If a friend has had work done by a tiler you are considering, ask to see examples of the work.
- Not every skilled trades person belongs to a trade association but it can be a good indicator of the legitimacy and integrity of a tiler.
- If a tiler has insurance then it can safeguard you as a customer in case there is any damage done during your tiling project.
- You can ask the tiler to see a copy of his insurance to ensure it is up-to-date.
- Briefing a tiler – make sure that you give accurate details to your tiler of exactly what you would like them to do.
- Failure to do this could result in a tiler underestimating or overestimating for the job.
- Time frames are worth discussing before a job commences with a tiler.
- It is even worth putting it into a written agreement if possible so that there can be no confusion of when a job is supposed to be finished.
- Materials – a tiler can often get a better price on the tiles you would like to use because they have use suppliers regularly.
Hiring a tiler can take away a lot of the headache for home improvers.
Making sure you take the steps outlined will relieve you of any potential problems that come with any home improvement project.
We can help you find contractors for a wide range of projects.
You may need your kitchen walls, splashbacks and floors tiled? Maybe you've recently had a kitchen fitted and need to replace the kitchen splashbacks aove or below your new units? Maybe you just want to refresh your existing kitchen walls with more modern wall coverings which include new tiles. Whatever you need doing to your kitchen you can post a request for quotes by choosing the trade and service needed from the quote request form above. We'll swing into action to get you connected with locals near you.
You may need bathroom walls, showers and floors tiled. Remember that as with kitchens there is a need to ensure that additional grouting work is carried out in areas where there may be high levels of water. Having a bathroom tiled can be a major undertaking and part of a bigger bathroom refurbishment so for projects like this it is often useful to ask quoting tradespeople to show pictures of past work or to visit their showrooms if they have them. You might also want to look at their website to see if they have examples of bathrooms they've tiled in the past to check the finish on their work is to a high standard. To get contractors for this type of work use the job posting form above and choose the trade and service you need, along with any additional information such as materials, finishes, brands and budgets so quoting trades and services have enough information to provide you with their best estimate for your work.
You may need kitchen walls tiling, bathroom walls tiling or other walls in your home, office or commercial property tiled. If you're going to supply the materials (including grouts, adhesive and any trims you should mention this when posting your quotes request. Remember to also give metreage or feet and inches if you prefer to work to imperial units. In this way the quoting contractors can consider the amount of work involved in your project. Also mention if the materials you will be providing will be specialist tiles or from a bespoke order or batch. Again, in this way when it comes to deciding whether they can give you an estimate or not, the service providers will have as much information as possible to help them in choosing projects they want to quote on. You'll save yourself time if you provide as much information as possible.
You may want your bathroom floor tiling, or the floors of conservatories, utility rooms, en-suites, master bathrooms, cloakrooms or kitchens? Make sure you measure up well and always ensure you buy some additional tiles for all areas (walls or floors) you are covering. In the future you may find you chip tiles or they become fractured in other ways over time. If you don't have spares you may find you need to get your walls or floors completely retiled just for the sake of a few cracked tiles. To get started with finding the right contractor to undertake your project choose the trade and service, and include as much information as possible able materials, whether you'll be supplying everything or just part of the materials, and any further useful information to help contractors decide whether they can help or not with a competitive quote for the work. If you're undertaking the project with materials such as stone, slate or travertine please don't forget to mention this as these tend to be more complex projects which not every tradesperson who carries out floor tiling may wish to undertake readily.
Regrouting existing tiling to restore bathroom or kitchen walls to their former gleaming glory may seem like a small job to you, however it's often one of the most difficult projects for us to find people to quote on. Part of the reason for this is it can be a laborious job to grind out all the existing wall grout and adhesives so the material can be replaced. Unless it is just a few wall tiles which need regrouting understand this type of project may take much longer than you think. It's often a good idea to take a look at the kind of prices you might expect to pay for tiling and look up regrouting there to get a good guideline for this kind of work. To get started in finding a service provider for this kind of work use the form above and don't forget to add sizes of tiles and the area you want regrouted. Giving an idea of the state of the current grout might be helpful too.
Adding tiles to the floor of your conservatory can give the area a clean and spacious feel. Choose wisely and consider the heating solutions also available in the space. You might also want to consider underfloor heating which you can fit beneath the tiled conservatory floor. Tiled floors in conservatories are easy to keep clean which also provide an added benefit to choosing this type of floor covering. Discuss your options with quoting contractors. If you're choosing your own tiles and supplying materials in advance of the project make sure you measure up well and mention the area size to which the work will be carried out so quoting contractors have plenty of information to work from when choosing whether to quote or not.
Exterior tiling work should, of course, be undertaken during a dry spell as all surfaces to be worked on need to be entirely free of damp environments both prior to laying of the new covering and afterwards. You really need to wait for a considerable period of warm weather which will help with ensuring the job is carried out successfully. This type of project is really not something which ideally can be carried out over separate visits. Expect your tradesperson to look to schedule in this job dependent upon the weather. When it comes to choosing your tiles, if you expect temperatures to drop below zero, porcelain is a good choice as these are produced to be protected against frost and are built to be impervious to frost as a result of water penetration. This is not the case with cermatic floor tiles. Seek advice on floor tiling for exterior surfaces in our home improvement guides in the flooring or tiling section.
Tiling wetrooms involves tilers working with special adhesives and grouts. Badly tiled wetrooms cause problems.
Tiling and plastering
Find a tiler who can plaster too by adding that to your project description when getting quotes for refurbishment projects.
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Floor TilingRemove existing tiling and steel nosings to external entrance steps. replace with non slip tiles, incorporating nosings. width of steps 2 metres. top landing 1.3m deep 8 steps 300mm x 180mm high. middle landing 800mm deep. bottom 4 treads average 2.7 metres wide with return approximately 1100mm.
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Kitchen TilingSplash back around kitchen,if good job leading to tile on suite and main bathroom
Tile splash back around kitchen
Kitchen Tiling6 sq metres above worktop in kitchen and utility.
6 sq metres above worktops in kitchen and utility. flat walls, easy access.
Floor TilingScreed and tile kitchen diner pkus hallway approx 39 wq m
Screed and tile kitchen diner pkus hallway approx 39 wq m
Kitchen TilingKitchen floor and wall tiling
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Wall TilingTiles in bathroom need re-grouting
Re-grouting in bathroom
Bathroom TilingBathroom need tiling, previous tiles already off. 2 walls from bath to ceiling, 2 more wall from ground to waist height. 2 walls need slight attention and other two walls have pipes that need boxing-in before tiling. tiles are metro tiles and will be supplied.
Floor TilingKitchen diner
House in pembroke 19 square metres take up old tiles put new down
TilingBathroom regrouting required
Bathroom regrouting required in herne hill please
Floor TilingLarge kitchen floor
Large kitchen floor
Floor TilingWe need a hallway leading into a kitchen leading into a lounge area tiled, we have large polished porcelain tiles to be laid, we have concerns as not all the floors are level as our builder messed up. we have had a tiler let us down before christmas so need a new quote asap please.
Hall,kitchen and lounge area to tile.
Kitchen TilingHalf tiling been done but has been let down so we need small area of the wall plastered and tiles. will supply materials
Half tiling been done but has been let down so we need small area of the wall plastered and tiles. will supply materials
TilingI'm looking at my bathroom to be re-tiled completely so both the floor and the walls. a local plasterer came round and informed us that the walls will need bonding before tiling in order to level out the walls. tiles on two of the walls have already been removed - wall next to shower and bath have not fully been removed. tiles have already been purchased also as originally my father was going to do the job but he's working away for long periods. looking at the work being completed as soon as possible.
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Bathroom TilingNew build flat, new walls. half hight tiling comes in the package, i would like to go full height around the bath. i can source and supply the matching tiles. i would like to quote for your time, skills and adhesive/grout.
New bathroom in a new built flat, standard height ceiling. half hight tiling (brick pattern) came as standard. i would llike full height around the bath (shower walls). i can source the matching tiles. i would like to quote for your time/skills and adhesi
Floor TilingTile a small kitchen and bathroom floor
Tile floor of small kitchen and bathroom
Kitchen Tilingmain wall in kitchen needs tiled. approx 6 sq meters
Main kitchen wall to be tiled 6m square approx. brick effect tiles.
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Just need a window tiling asap
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Tile kitchen walls and floor
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1.5m2 kitchen wall tiling requires boarding first with suitable material either moisture resistant plasterboard or hardiebacker. tiles are mosaic
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Located in bisley, glos. tiling of a lounge floor. needed soon as room has had alterations.
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Kitchen tiling following kitchen replacement for housing ass. 6 to 8 kitchens a week each kitchen approx 5 m2, works starts now until march 2015
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Utility room floor tiling about 9 sq metres
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Kitchen Tiling17 square metre floor to be removed and tiled pleased asap before next bank holiday monday
17 square metre floor to be removed and tiled pleased asap before next bank holiday monday
TilingRemoval of kitchen work surface tiles replacing them with new tiled surface (approx 2.1m sq). removal of kitchen wall tiles and replacement with new ones (approx 2.3 m sq).
Kitchen work surface tiles that are set within wooden counter tops need to be removed and replaced. the area is approx 2.1m sq. similarly the wall tiles also need to be removed and replaced with new tiles (approx area of 2.3 m sq
TilingBathroom shower cubical that leaked around the shower tray. had to remove existing tiles add backer board to bring over shower tray. new tiling needed into backer board
Existing shower cubical leaked as because plaster board was not taken over shower tray. old tiles stripped out and backer board installed so that when tiles are installed they will come to approx 50% of shower tray.the cubical is a single and pipes are in
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Modern flat bathroom. remove 2m2 tiles and fit 5.5m2 ceramic tiles (supplied)
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New build floor and bathrooms to be tiled in alford. porcelain tiles 60x60 for entire ground floor approx 110m2
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30m2 total area to be tiled. wall and floor of bathroom. tiles are 450mm x 450mm ceramic.
TilingWant to fit tiles and remove laminated flooring .
Fit tiles to flooring of kitchen.