Hopefully just a quick question. Kitchen skirting base boards are already on the kitchen walls and have been installed over the top of existing ceramic tiles. When the ceramic tiles are removed there will be a gap under the skirting boards.
1/ Should I cut the existing skirting boards with a...
I'm pricing a largish floor and the customer wants a tiled skirting. I've done these enough times but haven't really made a note of how many metres I get done in a day. Does anyone have an amount that they allow per day on average?
I've finished tiling my whole downstairs in 600 x 600 glazed white porcelain and my other half is over the moon - me less so, but that's a different story :) . I removed skirting and architraves before tiling thankfully, because she now wants a white skirting tile in the kitchen...
Basically I have a tiled floor in a toilet with skirting in place, as we were not sure if we were going to tile the walls or just wallpaper.
Now decided to tile the walls so I will remove the skirting, I just wanted to know how to get the tile to the correct thickness so it sits where the...
I've been fortunate to get a fair few 30-40m2 downstairs flooring in varying new builds (private work). So kitchen hall utility downstairs loo etc.
Each time the customer wants a continuous floor I.e. no door trims.
I use a multi tool to cut the bottom of the archies and slide the...
with the help on here i managed to top to bottom tile 2 bathrooms a couple of years ago.many thanks
im now stuck again.i am tiling my dining room with split face tiles.doing one wall as a feature wall. my question is skirting boards????..
if i tile to the top they look thin and...
Over the past few weeks I have had a new concrete floor put down with under floor heating and porcelain tiles on top.
The skirting has just gone on and I have noticed in some areas that there is rather a big gap 3mm-5mm.
Is this something that I should just accept or make an issue of?
hi guys just wondering what your opinions on this are, this is for floor tiles
do use butt the tile up against the skirting boards
or do u use a multitool and cut out the bottom of the skirting and lay tile under ?
I need a bit of advice. I've been asked to add marble skirting to the floor I'm tiling. I was wondering if anyone had any tips For polishing the top of the tile that would be exposed. They don't want any beading on top to finish it of which would have made my life easy.
Any help would be...