Budget Price To Get a Bathroom Tiled in Dublin 18, Ireland

Budget price to get a bathroom tiled

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Budget price to get a bathroom tiled

 

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Hi. I am looking for a budget price to get a bathroom tiled. Dimensions are 22 sq yards of wall tiles and 3 sq yards of floor tiles. Both are ceramic and calculations allow for 10% wastage. The area will be stripped and fully prepared including ply wood on the floor. All materials including tiles, adhesive, grout and trims will be supplied. If you have any further questions just give me a call.

 

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Dublin 18, Ireland

 

Bathroom Remodeling in Finglas, Dublin 11

Bathroom Remodeling

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Bathroom Remodeling

 

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Hi, I am looking to have my bathroom refitted. Bath removed, quad shower, tray and waste, new electric (mains fed) shower fitted. Floor tiles removed and replaced, wall tiles removed (around bath) and replaced in shower enclosure only. Shower enclosure/tray/waste/mira vie electric shower/wall and floor tiles, adhesive, grout, sealant, tile trims all supplied. Small bathroom in 4yr old Apt. Many thanks

 

Location:
Finglas, Dublin 11, Ireland

 

Bathroom and En-Suite Tiled in Saggart, Co. Dublin, Ireland

Bathroom and En-Suite Tiled

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Bathroom and En-Suite Tiled

 

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Looking to get a bathroom and an en suite tiled. I all have materials, tiles, grout, adhesive etc. Floor needs some ply put down as there is floor boards in both rooms have no materials for this. The area for both rooms is 4.5m sq. I would be grateful for a quote and can start ASAP. Thanks

 

Location:
Saggart, Dublin, Ireland

Kitchen Floor Tiling in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, Ireland

Kitchen Floor Tiling

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Kitchen Floor Tiling

 

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30m2 kitchen floor to be tiled with already purchased matt porcelain tiles (60×60). Grout and adhesive also purchased. Skirting to be done with tiles. No awkward angles, floor approx 5mx6m. Pre-existing tiles already removed, adhesive removed also. Some uneven patches on floor may require leveling (but most of the floor is smooth and level). New kitchen going in 1st week in July, tiling to be completed before then.

 

Location:
Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, Ireland

 

Cost of Tiling the Floor in Clondalkin, Dublin 22, Ireland

Cost of Tiling the Floor

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Cost of Tiling the Floor

 

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I am having my bathroom tanked. The shower unit has been taken out and the bottom row of tiles need to have the grout clean and then refitted. (I have a contractor on site doing this) the floor tiles have been stripped out and carted from the site. I need a price to re-tile the floor and re-tile the bottom level of tiles along the perimeter of the shower enclosure. It is Approx 1.7m x 2.1m and the shower enclosure is approx 2.8 meters.
Can you give me a price for the floor and the shower enclosure. I should let you know that it is more time sensitive, I have a guy that can do the job on Friday, I would rather have it done tomorrow or Wednesday if the price is right. It is a labour only job, I have purchased the tiles and grout and adhesive already.
Regards

 

Location:
Clondalkin, Dublin 22, Ireland

 

How to choose the right tiles?

How to choose the right tiles?

There’s staggering variety of ceramic tiles available. How do you decide what’s right for you? Here are some guidelines to follow.

Be sure that the tile you’re looking at is suitable for your application. Some rugged tiles can be installed outdoors in almost any climate, while some can stand up to wear and tear on indoor floors only, and still others are strong enough only for walls and counter-tops. Ask at the store if in doubt.

Bear in mind that tiles are rated for slip-resistance, and generally the heavily glazed, high-sheen tiles won’t work in wet areas such as bathrooms, entryways and kitchens. If slip-resistance is important in your application, ask for this information at the store.

Note that larger tiles usually will install more quickly. Mosaic-tile sheets glued to a backing will also install relatively quickly.

Ask whether trim pieces such as bull-nose tiles (tiles with one or two rounded edges rather than four 90-degree corners) and cove (curved) tiles are available in a tile you’re considering. For installing tile on steps and in bathrooms and kitchens, these pieces can be critical to the aesthetic.

Aesthetics

Choose a pattern with care; tiles will last many years – possibly a lifetime – and trendy patterns quickly look dated. Solid or lightly patterned tiles in neutral colors, as well as stone-look tiles, are classics that are easy to decorate around.

Remember that solids, especially very light (almond and white) and very dark tiles (navy, black, and chocolate brown), will show more soil. Also, high-sheen tiles will quickly show dull footprints from people and pets.

Choose a large, light-colored tile if you want a room to seem larger. Choose smaller, darker tiles to make a space seem smaller and more intimate.

Take sample tiles home (most dealers will give you a few tiles or lend you a box) and try them out. Dry-lay (set on the surface without grout) several tiles to see whether the color and design work under the room’s lighting; test potential floor and countertop tiles for heel and pot marks. If the tiles mark, are they easy to clean?

Tips:

White and light-colored grouts, especially on floors and counter tops, can be difficult to maintain. Save yourself some aggravation by choosing a darker grout – perhaps slate gray or walnut brown.

 

If you have more question regarding tiling, please don’t hesitate to contact “Tilers Dublin“, they are always willing to help.