A full wall and floor tiling service is provided with experience in all tile types including ceramics natural stone and mosaics.
The right choice of tile really helps ensure that a kitchen or bathroom project will have the desired impact once it is completed. This will undoubtedly involve looking at a wide variety of tiles before you find the right ones and it can become a tedious experience. We always recommend a visit to the Stone & Tile Gallery in Hailsham (The Martlets, Unit 2, Diplocks Way, Hailsham, BN27 3JF. Tel: 01323 849025)
because it's where the overwhelming majority of our customers find what they want.
- Size Matters
It is almost impossible to use large tiles on uneven walls. Small tiles are much more suitable. Large tiles tend to provide a much better effect in large rooms. Smaller tiles give a much better overall effect in smaller rooms.
- Borders & Patterns
When choosing borders and patterns be careful not to overdo it. Your room may look cluttered once all your belongings and gadgets are put back in place.
Ceramic Tiling is designed to last, as long as it's done properly. Correct preparation is critical and surfaces should be re-plastered where necessary.
If you are having your kitchen floor tiled, do tile underneath all of your appliances, it makes life much easier not having to lift them over a lip when moving them.
- Can you tile over existing tiles ?
It can be done as long as the existing tiles are solidly fixed.
- Can you tile a wooden floor ?
Provided floor surfaces are first be overboarded with ply, and screwed down every 6 inches. Flexible adhesive and grout must be used.
- Can you tile kitchen worktops ?
Yes. Tiles should be fixed using flexible adhesive, and worktops should be grouted with Epoxy Resin grout.