All through history, tiles have played a huge role in decorating our homes. Providing a water-resistant finish and easy-to-clean surface, it’s no wonder many of us choose wall tiles to finish the walls of our homes.
From brick-like finishes to classic mosaic patterns, tiles are a great way of adding character to your walls. Although the traditional location of tiled walls tends to be our kitchens and bathrooms, the increasing popularity of feature walls and contemporary interior design means there are now a wide range of style options for those looking to tile other walls in their homes.
When considering tiling or retiling your walls, it’s important to hire a professional. A qualified wall tiler will have the skills, knowledge and tools to create a standout wall that will last for years to come.
If you are looking to replace broken tiles or are opting for an entirely new look, a professional tiler will be able to safely and efficiently remove your existing tiles without damaging the surface of the wall beneath. If you would like to keep or recycle your tiles, for example, to use in another room of your house, to use as coasters on your dining table or to use creatively, a professional tiler will ensure that as many tiles remain intact as possible.
Once you’ve chosen your new tiles and grout finish, your tiler can begin the process of applying and fixing your new tiles in place. Of course, a tiler will also be happy to advise you on what tiles to select, based on your overall vision.
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|Location in UK||Hourly Rate||Daily Rate|
|London||£33 per hour||£192 per day|
|Birmingham||£20 per hour||£159 per day|
|Leeds||£27 per hour||£165 per day|
|Glasgow||£21 per hour||£172 per day|
|Sheffield||£19 per hour||£146 per day|
|Bradford||£26 per hour||£168 per day|
|Liverpool||£24 per hour||£162 per day|
|Edinburgh||£22 per hour||£174 per day|
|Manchester||£23 per hour||£169 per day|
|Bristol||£25 per hour||£176 per day|