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Bath or shower room tiling

Local Heroes has helped hundreds of people with their bath or shower tiling at an average cost of £247. Enter your details below to search prices and availability.

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Bath or shower room tiling

Why you should get a tiler to tile your bath or shower room

To achieve your dream bath or shower room, it’s not just about the suite and the latest chrome fittings. Everything needs to be perfect, including the tiling. That’s why it’s important to get an expert tiler in, so your walls are smooth, the tiles are level and they don’t become loose over time. Bathroom tiles take a lot of wear and tear, especially those that are regularly subjected to hot running water.

An experienced tiler knows the importance of preparing the walls, which is vital when you’re tiling over a variety of surfaces. A smooth, level base allows the tiles to stick evenly – any lumps and bumps underneath can lead to wobbles in the future. Your tiler will know the right adhesive to use for your room. And they’ll have their own specialist tools, including professional tile cutters for doing difficult shapes and corners. Tiles can be expensive, and an expert tiler will keep breakages to a minimum, which could save you quite a bit of money. They’ll also be able to calculate just how many tiles you need, so you don’t over-order. Just remember to keep a few spares in case you crack one sometime later. They may be difficult to replace a few years down the line.

How can Local Heroes help?

We work around the clock to make sure you’re getting the best service from your tiler. After every job, we ask our customers for open and honest feedback and we guarantee the work for 12 months. So you know you’re in safe hands.

This guarantee is backed by British Gas and covers the labour and all parts. If something goes wrong in the first 12 months, simply call your Local Hero and explain the issue. We always give them the opportunity to put things right first. But if you’d like to speak to a member of our team, just give us a call.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Should I tile my bathroom before or after the fitters install the furniture?You should tile your bathroom before the fitters install the furniture.

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