Before choosing your tiler, it’s important to do your homework to ensure they are the right team for your job.
Here are a few tips to ensure you get what you need and there are no surprises:
Get a detailed quote for more than 1 tiler so you can compare pricing and ensure it’s itemised so it’s really clear what you are paying for.
Ask to see some of their previous work, and if possible call their previous customers, ask questions about; the quality of their work, reliability, time management, coordination of any other trades like plumbers, electricians etc.
If they’re doing specialised work like laying large format tile, have they been trained in it, have they done it before?
Standards & Requirements
All of the tilers on our list have advised us that they have a current Builders License. Make sure you also see the tilers qualifications, ensuring the license is current. Beaumont Tiles is not responsible for ensuring a tiler keeps their license up-to-date.
Questions to Ask
Your home design or 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 sight into their style of work.
A quote sets out in writing the work to be completed by the tiler and the exact costs per task. To avoid miscommunications and unforeseen issues, ensure that the quote is detailed, including everything the tiler will be undertaking, itemised pricing, and the date the job should be completed by.