Tiling these floors is quite different to tiling a normal floor. The tiler needs to have a good head for maths and problem solving as well as a keen eye for detail on a small scale, the average hall can easily have 3000 tiles some as small as a coin. The floors nearly always require levelling first as the surface needs to be very flat and smooth. The tiles require sealing prior to and after fitting. We do not install as a company, however we work closely with several superb tilers who lay these floors for our customers all the time, they fully understand the product and how to lay these floors correctly. If you have your own fitter we can supply the order based on his requirements and measurements.

If a tiler we recommend is quoting for the labour we work with them to price your order accurately based on their site survey and feedback. We can include the price for all the necessary materials as well as the tiles when we do this. We often draw out sections of the floor to scale to enable us to plan out the individual components for the main pattern, border and fill, meaning we can provide most of the order pre-made - almost like a kit. This means that triangles around the edges of the pattern that would normally have to be cut from squares diagonally will be provided factory made making the job much neater and easier for the person tiling. The tilers who we work with will travel anywhere but if you live a large distance away they will need to account for fuel and possibly accommodations costs.

To calculate your own rough quote in terms of cost of materials based on a specific design, please feel free to use our Quick Quote form which allows you to select a pattern, border and fill design as well as input the shape and size of the room you are looking to tile.

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If you have a more specific query or you would like to discuss a in more detail quotes and what will work for you, you can fill in our enquiry form below and we will get back to you through the contact details provided.