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Hi, first timers here... I am tiling my bathrooms and prefer the look & neatness of tiling inside the glass shower screen, especially on one of my bathroom where the ceramic have a very geometric...
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I have just taken up a floor of the red and black Victorian tiles... I know, it's an absolute travesty! I was wondering if there was any market for these - room was around 1m x 3m and the majority...
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Have you used Topps Tiles for suppliers of tiles, adhesive or anything else? If so, then please leave feedback of your experience with Topps Tiles in this thread below! Thanks
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Morning All! I thought it was about time to start a new Good Morning Thread. The old thread can be found HERE but is quite long so not as easy to find specific posts. So tell us what you are up...
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Hi all, My 1st post and just wanting some help/reassurance on a DIY bathroom refurb. I’m putting down 800x800x10mm porcelain floor tiles. Floor area is 2m x 2.7m, 18mm chipboard. I added loads...
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Hello I'm about to buy 37 sq mtrs of Gemini Polished Eagle 60x60 in brown for my kitchen and hallway. Can anyone tell me whether this is a good tile. Or if anyone has laid it in this colour...
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UK Tiling Forum | Forums:- UK Tiling Forum DIY Tiling Forum Tiling Advice Tanking & Wetrooms Underfloor Heating Tilers' Talk Forum Tile Cutters Tiling Tools For Sale / Wanted Tile Adhesive &...
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Renovated the bathroom on my 1970 bungalow last year. Took up the old pink floor tiles with sds. Chunks of what i assume is self leveller or maybe screed (?) came up with them. Left with Concrete...
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Hiya I know this was 10 years ago hoping you still use the same email address and get this notification but what was the out come at the end as I have just had a xylophone installed and...
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I read some posts earlier regarding tiling onto plywood. I did a job just over a year ago. When I looked at it I advised that the 12mm wbp plywood was not a satisfactory substrate. The...
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Tilers labourer wanted, looking for someone who would like to learn the trade, will also be potential to get full time tiling job from this. Must be reliable , have driving license and vehicle.
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Hi, long time lurker, first time poster. Over the years I've used the good advice that I've read on this forum but with my current project I am a bit stumped. I am renovating an ensuite, it's...
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Did you get to France? I was looking for a tiler in the south. Thanks
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I have just taken up a floor of the red and black Victorian tiles... I know, it's an absolute travesty! I was wondering if there was any market for these - room was around 1m x 3m and the majority...
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Pro Tilers Tools - Pro Tiling Tools We have a large selection of Pro Tilers Tools online here at protilingtools.co.uk. Starting with tiling tools suppliers. There are:- Why buy Pro Tilers Tools...
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I have used a couple of the systems out there with varying success and i would like to settle on one system. What are you good people using especially for your floor tiles.
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Currently using TX700N but obviously now too small for the 1200x600mm I'm increasingly being tasked with by customers. Up to now, I've been cutting the 1200mm length with angle grinder/diamond...
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Raimondi vibration roller for sale £850. Rotherham area. Collection please. Or would deliver for a cost.
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Hi, first timers here... I am tiling my bathrooms and prefer the look & neatness of tiling inside the glass shower screen, especially on one of my bathroom where the ceramic have a very geometric...
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5
Views
76
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I have just taken up a floor of the red and black Victorian tiles... I know, it's an absolute travesty! I was wondering if there was any market for these - room was around 1m x 3m and the majority...
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3
Views
204
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Have you used Topps Tiles for suppliers of tiles, adhesive or anything else? If so, then please leave feedback of your experience with Topps Tiles in this thread below! Thanks
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Views
229
Morning All! I thought it was about time to start a new Good Morning Thread. The old thread can be found HERE but is quite long so not as easy to find specific posts. So tell us what you are up...
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Hi all, My 1st post and just wanting some help/reassurance on a DIY bathroom refurb. I’m putting down 800x800x10mm porcelain floor tiles. Floor area is 2m x 2.7m, 18mm chipboard. I added loads...
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4
Views
135
    • Like
  • Suggestion
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Hello I'm about to buy 37 sq mtrs of Gemini Polished Eagle 60x60 in brown for my kitchen and hallway. Can anyone tell me whether this is a good tile. Or if anyone has laid it in this colour...
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6
Views
7K
S
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  • Sticky
UK Tiling Forum | Forums:- UK Tiling Forum DIY Tiling Forum Tiling Advice Tanking & Wetrooms Underfloor Heating Tilers' Talk Forum Tile Cutters Tiling Tools For Sale / Wanted Tile Adhesive &...
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Renovated the bathroom on my 1970 bungalow last year. Took up the old pink floor tiles with sds. Chunks of what i assume is self leveller or maybe screed (?) came up with them. Left with Concrete...
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7
Views
194
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Hiya I know this was 10 years ago hoping you still use the same email address and get this notification but what was the out come at the end as I have just had a xylophone installed and...
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