Been a member of the forum since 2011. I'd consider this tiler if he was in my area. Definitely would be on the short list. If you're local to him, then please do have him in the last few you research to do your tiling. :)
Thanks for being a forum member for so long Del. :)
Harry has been a tiler on tilersforums.com since June 2011 and isn't going anywhere soon. He has provided tiling advice to some of the best tilers in the country. When sharing advice between them, they come up with the tiling that will be dug up in a thousand years time and get in the news. Whatever that might be then.
It's a pleasure to have him on the forum. And a pleasure to read his knowledge and know it is being shared.
If you are lucky enough to live local to him, please consider him for your tiling work.
If you do your research well when choosing a tiler, you'll find that he comes out leagues above the average tiler.
Cheers for being a member of TilersForums.com Harry. :)
Thanks for posting on TilersForums.com. Your listing has been transferred over to your account. :) Tilers in Cheshire should be getting visitors now we're all up and running on the forum with the tilers directory. Cheshire is well covered.
I’ve know Harry for several years now and I can safely say he’s one of the most knowledgeable members here, and his tiling skills are a match for his knowledge.
If you’re looking for someone on the Isle of White or close by on the mainland, Harry is definitely worth a call.
Awesome listing. Looks like lovely tiling. Readers of TilersForums.com need to note that I haven't left this review because I have used Dave as a wall and floor tiler. I don't live anywhere near the lovely place of Waveney Valley. Or in Suffolk or Norfolk. I have left this review for the tilers directory listing alone. And his listing is 5-stars all day long. :)
Julian Sidney registered to TilersForums.com in early 2008 and has been a loyal and informative member since then. We only setup the website in 2006 so that's well in the early days when he joined.
Soon after he joined he became a Trusted Advisor for providing lots of solid advice linking to explanations and PDFs and posting really informative replies to fellow tilers, DIYers, specifiers and architects and the likes.
He has been a member of the forum during many of its changes, and would have contributed in a way to each of them. By providing advice and feedback along the way, he's become ingrained in the fabric of the forum and wont ever be able to escape.
It's thanks to such good tilers that we are still online, providing the best advice going. And all for free.
And if I were in Essex, I'd want him to be one of my tilers.
Marc is one of our newest staff members across the network. And he quickly became staff because of his commitment to the forum and the tile industry as a whole. If I lived near him, I'd have him do my own tiling instead of doing it myself.
He's a Trusted Advisor on the forum, of which there are a couple of dozen members out of 6,700+ tilers we have on the forum. Not an easy status to get on here.
Marc has also won Job Of The Month, which is a competition that can be entered by anybody, and then is voted on by fellow tilers as to who did the best tiling job in the said month. Also not an easy status to get considering there's only 12 a year.
A massive thanks to Marc from me. For being an awesome member. And an awesome tiler. Keep up the good work.
If I could give more stars I would. John has been one of the best members the forum could ask for. He's helped it grow into what it is today.
His tiling is literally the best I've ever seen. It's a real shame that he hasn't been able to pass his skills onto more people than he has via the forum and in his life in general.
The art of tiling geometrically with such small tiles on wobbly floors (obviously needing to level those first - an art in itself) with such a range of dense tiles is something that we are going to lose and wont gain back before robots take over the world.
I wish I had a geometric floor for John to do in my own home. I'd get him over in the drop of a hat. Please do check out all of his pictures in his albums on the forum. And if you need a Geo-Floor doing, no matter where you are, don't get it screwed up by using somebody who doesn't know what they're doing. Get John in.