bathroom tilers in liverpool

Frequently asked bathroom tiling questions

It really depends on the design. Before laying a single tile, it’s best to create a strategy of sorts and to use wooden battens to ensure the rows are level and everything falls into place.

The most commonly used materials are ceramic or porcelain tiles. Thanks to their typically lower cost per square meter factor, as well as their low maintenance characteristics, make them well-liked among people. 

However, several other materials are ranging from natural stone through even glass tiles that can make a nice addition to your custom design.

Not if you hire a professional bathroom tiler, like us 🙂

Joking aside, the process is not difficult but proper preparation and excellent execution are key.

It is entirely up to you, your personal preference and budget of course.

There are benefits to tiling the entire bathroom surface like easier cleaning and maintenance.

Porcelain absorbs less humidity and water because it is a more dense material, which is one of the reasons why it is a more practical material to be used in bathrooms. 

On the flip side, it is more expensive than its ceramic counterpart which makes it less of a choice when the budget is somewhat restricted.