In your home they may be cases where you need to remove your existing tiles – either because they are damaged beyond repair or because you are changing your floor or wall surface. This is a tricky job and one best left to the professionals. Read on for more.
Tile removal, as the name states, is simply removing the tiles from a surface, whether it is the wall, floor, shower recess, or another surface. You might want to remove the tiles because they are exceedingly chipped or damaged beyond repair, or because you want to changed from tiles to another surface (such as carpet, floorboards, smooth plasterboard walls, etc).
Tile removal is a tricky, potentially dangerous job that is best left to a professional as they have the necessary equipment – handheld if only a few tiles need removing, or machines if it is a larger removal job. Indoor or outdoor tiles can be removed using this equipment. Of course, once the tiles are lifted, any remaining adhesive has to be removed as well, and the floor may need to be re-levelled, especially if it is a concrete base. Again, this is a job that requires specialised equipment.
Ensure that your tile removal professional is adequately qualified and licensed, and holds any necessary insurance. They should give you a quote for the removal work and ask if the quote includes the removal of the tile waste afterwards.
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