Where do you need Tilers?
Whether you are looking to build new, renovate or repair your home, tilers can help your tiling project to run much more smoothly. So how should you go about choosing a reputable tiler and what type of tiles should you use? Read on for more information:
Tiles are becomingly increasingly popular and can be used in almost any area of the home. Traditionally, tiles have been used in laundries, bathrooms (see bathroom titling) and kitchens (see kitchen tiling) but they can also be used around the swimming pool, for paving (see outdoor paving), in outdoor areas, in garages, on roofs (see roof tiling) and on walls and floors (see wall tiling and floor tiling). Tiles are low allergy and low maintenance, and come in an almost infinite range of styles, colours and materials.
Tiles also come with ratings that are designed to convey the durability of the tile and system is ranked from 1 to 5, with 1 being the lowest and 5 being the strongest. Rating 1 tiles are suitable for lightly used areas such as ensuites, where the user is likely to be bare-footed or wearing soft shoes. Rating 2 tiles can be used in residential areas where heavy footwear is not worn and that are not heavily used. Tiles with Rating 3 can be used in areas such as kitchens and corridors. Rating 4 tiles can stand more use and as such are recommended for heavily used areas in the home such as entrances and common walkways. Rating 5 tiles are the strongest of all and are most commonly used in commercial situations.
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