Your home design or bathroom renovation may require specific skills, so when you first make contact with a tiler ask them what areas they specialise in and enquire about their previous jobs. They may be able to let you view a completed project in person, or contact their previous clients to gain insight into the quality and style of their work.
A quote from your tiler should set out in writing the work to be completed and the exact costs per task. To avoid miscommunications and unforeseen issues, ensure that the quote is detailed, including everything the tiler will do, itemised pricing, and the date the job should be completed by.
Professional tiling not only requires a level of skill and experience, they must also have a Builders license. Make sure that you cite the tiler’s qualifications, ensuring that their license is current and valid.
The tilers listed on this website have generally demonstrated an excellent record of service, skill and customer satisfaction. Please take note however, that Beaumont Tiles do not employ them and we can’t guarantee their work.
We always recommend that you seek references from previous customers of any tiler you’re considering or inspect a project that’s in progress.
Once you've found a tiler, ensure that you and your tiler are on the same page about exactly how you want your tiled area to look. Give them clear instructions on how you want the tile laid and what your end vision is.
It's also important to ensure that your tiler is dry laying the tiles – irrespective of the size of the area – before installing them. This will provide you with an opportunity to inspect what the final result will be and make any adjustments before they’re glued and grouted. Dry laying will also give you and the tiler an opportunity to ensure that all the tiles are perfect, with no chips, or no unforeseen size, thickness or colour variations before installing them.