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We've put together a stack of information to help you with your next tiling project, from working out how many tiles your need (or feel free to contact me), how to care for your tiles and even the latest trends.  Take a closer look:

An introduction to tiles - the different types on the market

Tiles are a great way to add texture, pattern, colour, and beauty to any room in your home. Tile is a long lasting and durable material to use in any room of your house and it will stay looking great for years to come. There are so many different types of tile. You can find many colours and textures of tiles for any design theme or style.   [ Read more ]

Calculate the number of tiles you need for your next project
You will first need to know what area that you would like to tile.  If you are tiling a floor, you need to measure the length and the width. Multiply the length by the width and this will give you the square metres required.  If you are tiling a wall, you need to measure the length and the height of the area. Multiply the length by the height and this will give you the square metres required. 
We recommend that for both the floor and/or wall total square metres; always add 10% extra to allow for cutting and wastage. After tiling, some tiles should be saved for any future repairs. 
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Bathroom renovation checklist
Whether you want to install a new bathroom or remodel an existing one you will need some new bathroom materials and fixtures.  We've provided a bathroom renovation checklist to help you with your planning - and budget - so you cover all the basis and have time to look around for what suits your tastes.  
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How do I care for my tiles? 
Most tiles are basically low maintenance, but some rules need to be followed. Bathroom, kitchen and laundry tiles need only be cleaned with a mild detergent or household cleaner. There are really only two rules to follow. Don't use an abrasive cleaner such as a powder or gritty cream. These will cause minute scratches in the surface and make the tiles harder to clean the next time. Clean tiles regularly so dirt doesn't build up and wash you tiles regularly using hot clean water and a little neutral (not acidic or alkaline) soapless household cleaner. 
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Is there a weight limit for tiling walls?
Increasingly, floor tiles are being applied to walls and this is no problem so long as the walls are strong enough to support their weight and proper ceramic tile installation methods are used. However, it is not usual to recommend using wall tiles in floor applications.  Find out the weight limit of different wall products. 
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Need a plumber, electrician, carpenter, tiles or great bathroom accessories?
We often get asked whether we know a good plumber or carpenter.  Over the years we've worked with some suppliers which we are happy to recommend, including some great tile outlets which provide great value for money.
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