Floor tiling

Floor tile supply and fit

The flooring will always have an important role to play in a room’s design and the material should match the requirements you need. Whether you’re redecorating or renovating a room, upmost attention should always be given to the floor.

Carpeting is often chosen for rooms where comfort is required, such as the living or dining room. But this household favourite just wouldn’t be worthwhile in the kitchen or bathroom.

For both rooms, you’ll want something hardwearing, durable and water resistant. Floor tiles offer all three of these and much more.

Floor tiling benefits

With floor tiling you can benefit from a number of qualities that suit the needs of both kitchens and bathrooms. These include:

  • Cost effective

When it comes to flooring, there isn’t much on the market you could find that’ll beat tile for cost. With a range of products you can select a product that meets your budget and still benefit from a wealth of advantages.

  • Ease of maintenance

Your bathroom and kitchen flooring are bound to attract dirt and grease so it’s important to have a material that’s easy to clean. With floor tiling you’ll be able to wipe, mop or brush the surface quickly to make it look as good as new.

  • Hardwearing

Kitchens and bathrooms are used throughout the day and need to be resistant to water damage, impacts and heavy use. With tiled floors you’ll have something that will last for years with little maintenance.

  • Range of designs

Tiles allow you to pick and choose a design that matches your existing style and looks fantastic. From the decorative designs to plain finishes, you’ll find something that meets your budget and will provide you with a fantastic finished look.

Floor tile supply and fit quotes

With floor tiles you’ll have a product that’s easy on the eye, durable, hardwearing and impact resistant. On top of this you won’t have to spend big to take advantage of tile flooring.

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Local Floor tiling Projects

1 Project: Remove old PVC tiles (contain asbestos fibres). Rplace with new thermoplastic tiles. Area approx. 8ft 4ins by 9ft (Note above is not my home address but property my responsibility. Are you the proper...
2 Project: 8 bags of roof tiles to be removed
3 Project: Toilet and sink lifting up, take out old bathroom floor tiles, re tile bathroom floor, put toilet and sink back and seal
4 Project: Shower room is 3m x 1.5m. Existing tile floor needs to be pulled up and replaced. Many existing tiles loose and grouting has come up due to floor movement. Flooring might need to be strengthened t...
5 Project: Hi Mate, We are looking to restore an old house, previously owned by my parents. It requires serious makeover and repairs (extension, roofing, flooring, landscape, plumbing & heating, fencing, pat...
6 Project: I have some Amtico floor tiles that I want laying in my kitchen. The floor is concrete. Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Semi detached How many rooms are you looking to...
7 Project: Replace kitchen floor tiles with water proof laminate Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Detached How many rooms are you looking to have tiles fitted to: 1-2 Rooms Please...
8 Project: Hello there, I would love a quote for floor tiling in my flat bathroom, and for installing both kitchen and bathroom extractor fans. I also wondered if you could quote on a new shower enclosure, t...
9 Project: We'd like to block out sound from the wooden staircase that's next to the room and noise from kitchen/lounge below where kids and guests can stay up later than us. The wooden staircase goes up from gr...
10 Project: i'm looking to get a large open plan living room floor levelled with either a concrete screed or a resin floor.
11 Project: you seem to be showing a purple/lilac vinyl flooring on your webpage. What is this called and how much is it? Would it be suitable for a bathroom? How think is it?
12 Project: Porcelanosa Standard wall tile MADAGASCAR NATURAL 20x33.3cm
13 Project: 20 sqm of hedlam express premium
14 Project: Supply and lay linoleum flooring ( not vinyl) in kitchen Time scale: Immediate Please call to appoint Time scale: Immediate Please call to appoint Time scale: Immediate Please call to appoint
15 Project: Screed the floor of an extension at the rear of the house - area 5m x 3 mt 45mm to 55mm height
16 Project: Replace the bathroom. Remove existing bathroom, fit shower tray, toilet and sink, new shower, tiling floor and walls. Bathroom is 220 x 190. Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property ...
17 Project: I have two tiles on bathroom floor approx 50cm by 50cm that are loose
18 Project: insulation of wooden joist floor on 1st floor flat to reduce sound impact from floor below. Approx size 4 meters by 4 meters Are you the property owner: Tenant (with permission) Property Type: Detache...
19 Project: Great, what do you need done? Supply and Fit So, what type of flooring you need? Floor Tiling
20 Project: 40m2 of SDH3691 (LV Pearl Grey Oak) as well as SDH3681 (Quick Step Light Grey Oak) Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Detached How many rooms are you looking to have tile...

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Floor tiling activity in January 2020

Floor tiling Projects in the UK in January 2020

December 2019 November / December
South East 396 8% <img src=
Western Midlands 191 0% <img src=
Greater London 190 19% <img src=
North West 150 -40% <img src=
East Midlands 141 0% <img src=
Yorkshire & Humber 140 8% <img src=
East Of England 130 -7% <img src=
Scotland 128 0% <img src=
South West 121 -33% <img src=
Northern Ireland 99 98% <img src=
Wales 75 50% <img src=
North East 40 0% <img src=
United Kingdom 1,801 1%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

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