Wall Tiling is a common task we encounter in this line of work. It takes skill, knowledge and perfect practice to ensure the end result is of quality, and meets customer expectations. There are different types of wall tiling services we offer, which range from bathroom wall tiling, mosaic tiling, niches features, splash backs, skirting, feature walls and commercial wall tiling to name a few. Not all wall surfaces are the same as there is a difference in rendered, F.C. sheeting, painted and brick walls. These substrates can impact the process of tiling, therefore preparation and priming may be necessary at times to achieve maximum coverage and bondage to the substrate. While wall tiles range in size, shape and thickness, we guarantee a quality service despite these factors, as our focus is on customer satisfaction.
Whatever the surface, our experience in tiling walls reveals that no task is too difficult to complete successfully and without fault. Drip Drop Stop can certify that we will successfully complete the job to your standard, leaving you with a smile on your face that you chose our team.
Popular Questions On Wall Tiling
Is it possible to tile on top of existing wall tiles?
Yes it is possible. However a primer must be applied on top of the existing wall tiles to create a key for the new tiles to bond to. Preparation and types of primers vary in regards to the substrates the primer is adhering to.
What wall tiles should I choose for my bathroom?
The tiles chosen for your bathroom should reflect your desired look. If you are struggling bringing forth an idea, let us offer assistance on what we believe would look best for your bathroom.
Are wall tiles more expensive than floor tiles?
The price of tiles is not determined by whether they are laid on floors or walls. This price varies as a result of the quality of the product, the type of material and size of the tile being laid.
How do I choose which grout colour would go best with the wall tiles?
Choosing grout colours for your wall tiles can be difficult. Usually we aim at applying a similar grout colour to that of the tile. However, in a lot of cases, our clients wish to use contrasting colours, to bring the features of the tile to life.