Bathroom Floor | Wall Tiles
Bathroom tiling is something that can transform the overall look of a room. Whether you are carrying out a full refurbishment, or just updating your bathroom, there will be a style to suit everyones tastes.
We are able to work in with other trades to make sure that there are no delays when it comes time for your tiling works to commence.
Along with bathroom tiling; we are able to offer full wet room installations, and can also take care of your en-suite tiling needs, so you can rest assured that whether you have your heart set on some crazy ceramic tiles, or even a matt finish tile, then we are here to help. Please contact Bolton Tiling Solutions today to arrange a free survey.
What tile is best for a walk in shower?
Ceramic tiles are NOT recommended for a wet room floor, but they are perfect for the walls in both kitchens and bathrooms. When it comes to wet room flooring the best choice is Mosaic Tiles, Natural Stone, or Porcelain.
Tiles suitable for wet rooms are usually impervious to water. Wet room flooring must be non-absorbent, having a water resistant glaze and be strong enough to resist rigorous cleaning. Tiles should also have slip resistance.
Do you tile the walls or the floors first in a walk in shower?
It is good practice to tile the walls first and then the floor last to avoid any potential damage to the floor tiles. However; this is not always practical. If the floor has to be done first, maybe due to bathroom units or sanitary ware needing to be fitted, then it is best practice to make sure the floor has been left to dry for 24 to 48 hours before walking on it, and then making sure it is fully covered so as to minimise the potential for the tiles and grout to become damaged.
If you have any concerns, at Bolton Tiling Solutions we are always happy to discuss the best options with you to make your tiling project run as smoothly as possible.
Do you fit a bathroom before tiling?
To ultimately achieve the best job, it is always best to make sure that your bathroom floor tiling is installed before any sanitary ware is fitted. Doing this will give a much more professional looking job, and also it means the floor will be sealed a lot better, reducing the risk of leaks.
Cutting tiles around a toilet or pedestal is really not an ideal situation if you are installing a new bathroom, and we will always aim to installed your tiled bathroom floor before any sanitary ware is fitted.
Bathroom Tiler near me
No matter what your bathroom or wet room tiling project needs are, we can help. We cover a wide area including Bolton & the surrounding areas.
Please feel free to get in touch with us to discuss your project and arrange a free quotation at a time that is convenient for you.