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This list might look a little daunting, but many of the tile tools will already be in your shed or tool box (or those of a friendly neighbour!). There are a few specialist tiling tools you might need to buy and borrow, and a couple of others that are available for daily hire from your local Beaumont Tiles.

Whether you're planning a complete bathroom renovation, testing out the DIY waters with a neat splashback or you're completely transforming your whole house; you will need to make sure you have the right tools for the job.

Click here to browse Beaumont Tiles' range of tools.


  • Bucket
  • Clean rags
  • Sponge
  • Spirit level
  • Paint brush
  • Tape measure
  • Pencil
  • Tile levelling support (optional: if tiling walls. Sometimes referred to as a "tile jack")
  • Tile cutter (available for hire from Beaumont Tiles)
  • Adhesive mixer (optional)
  • Tile nippers
  • Knee pads (optional... but they will save your knees!)
  • Cross spacers
  • 6mm notched trowel for wall tiles
  • 10mm notched trowel for floor tiles
  • A small trowel (called a gauging trowel)
  • A grout float (or a handyman grouter)
  • Angle grinder and diamond cutting blade (optional)
  • Battery drill or electric drill (optional)
  • Drill bit

TIP: Some other tools that you may find handy are:

  • A carborundum block is useful for smoothing down cut edges
  • A home-made plumb bob for tiling walls (a piece of string with a heavy washer on the bottom will do)
  • Some pieces of straight timber to provide a base for wall tiling, and to use as a measuring rod
  • Plenty of string