Tilers in Keynsham

If you are looking for tilers in Keynsham, Bath or the surrounding Bristol area please fill out the form on the right of this page or call Chris King on 07442 168979 to arrange a survey.

Tiling is one of those jobs that we can all have a go at, but soon realise that we have underestimated the amount of work involved. It can be a tedious messy job that requires knowledge and patience to get it right. Whether it is a floor or wall that needs doing, we have the experience to make sure the job gets done to the highest standard.

Downstairs hallway before tiling

Downstairs hallway during initial stages of tiling

Downstairs hallway after tiling

Downstairs hallway after tiling complete










As tilers in Keynsham we would be happy to provide a free estimate for the work. If you have a kitchen, bathroom, hallway or outside space that needs tiling, please use the contact form on this page to send us an email or call Chris King on 07442 168979 for further information.

When looking for wall or floor tiles you can often get bamboozled by the choice.  Ceramic, Porcelain, Mosaic, Quarry, Glass to name a few. You can also go down the natural stone route for a more unique look. As you are looking for tilers in Keynsham, we have included some brief information below to help you understand the differences between these types of tiles.

Ceramic Tiles
Ceramic tiles are mostly made from red or white clay. They are generally finished with a durable glaze which carries the colour and pattern. Due to the the clay back they are more suitable for internal use. Sealing is not required with ceramic tiles.

Porcelain Tiles
Porcelain tiles are more dense and smooth, with a sharply formed face and usually have a much lower water absorption rate than ceramic tiles meaning they are frost resistant and better for use outside. They can come either glazed or full body, the latter just meaning they are virtually impervious to wear.

Mosaic Tiles
Mosaics are the small tiles initially fixed by the sheet. They come in ceramic, glass, porcelain and a variety of natural stone materials. Sealing requirements depend on the material that the mosaic tiles are made up of.

Glass Tiles
Glass tiles are usually vitrified or hardened glass, meaning they have been heat treated.

Quarry Tiles
Quarry tiles aren’t heavily used these days, they are normally sourced when renovating or replacing existing floors to match. They are made using clay which is then fired to form the tile. They are are unglazed and require sealing after laying.

Natural Stone
Natural stone is now a very popular choice as a wall or floor covering because it’s unique and provides a surface that is always different from the last. Slate, Marble, Granite, Limestone, Travertine, Slate & Quartzite and Sandstone are popular choices and most stone tiles are suitable for external use as well as internally. Greater maintenance and sealing is needed with stone tiles and you should always ask retailers about the absorption ratings, grade, indoor v outdoor rating and oxidation as they are important factors to determine whether it is appropriate for a specific location.