Wall and floor tiles have long been a favoured choice in bathrooms, utility rooms and kitchens but are fast becoming increasingly popular in entrance halls, conservatories, and any minimalist style environment.
The choice of tiling will depend, not only on personal taste, but on where the tiles will be used. Glossy wall tiles are often preferred in bathrooms and kitchens, while natural stone tiles such as granite and slate along with warm terracotta are a popular choice for use in hallways, communal and reception rooms.
As with all our tiling work, to ensure a finish that adheres to the high standards our clients demand, all wall tiling is professionally carried out with minimal disruption to the day-to-day running of your home or business.
Company owner, Matt Small, is fully qualified to install ceramic or natural stone wall and floor tiles to ensure you achieve a perfect finish for your kitchen, bathroom, conservatory or floors. With competitive price ranges to suit all pockets, make Pure Tiling your first choice for all your tiling requirements.
The most popular tile type that I install, used throughout the home, suitable for both walls and floors.
If you’re are looking for a hard durable tile then porcelain is for you. It comes in all shapes and sizes, with either a matt, textured or polished finish.
Although higher maintenance natural stone gives you a great finish. You can go from slate to travertine, with several different finishes.
Using all tile types the bathroom benefits from both wall and floor tiling mainly in the wet areas, but full wall and floor is very popular.
In the kitchen you can tile as little as the splashback area up to full walls. As well as the walls, it is very popular to tile the floor, making it hygienic and easy to clean up spillages.
Tiling isn’t just for inside the home you can also tile externally as well. Mainly used on doorsteps and porches.
If you’ve got any broken or dislodged tiles I can refit them for you. Also if your bath or shower need re-sealing I offer this as well.
Delighted with the tiling carried out in our new kitchen. Matt took a great deal of care and attention as he worked and obviously takes (well deserved) pride in his work. He was exceptionally careful as he worked, covering floor and work surfaces and left the kitchen clean and tidy.— Morag MacIver
Matt did a great job of tiling our front step, working around not only the weather but painters too! His price was competitive, and I would have no hesitation in recommending him, or using him again for any future tiling needs.— Lorna MacMillan
Delighted with the tiling of our bathroom. It was completed within two days and Matt did a great job at a very good rate and left the place very tidy. We would certainly recommend him.— John Burns
I hired Matt to tile my hallway, kitchen and bathroom floor in my flat. As the flat was quite small, and the bathroom and kitchen were directly off of the hallway, I specified that I wanted the tiles to run through into all 3 rooms with no breaks between. Matt completed the job within 2 days, exactly as I had hoped it would turn out. He was very pleasant and dealt with all my numerous questions without any bother. There was minimum disruption to the flat and he made sure everything was left as he found it!— Leigh Nugent
These are some of the questions that are asked the most, however, feel free to contact us with any other enquiry you may have.
Q. Where should I buy my tiles?
There is a huge range of tile suppliers and showrooms throughout Glasgow and the surrounding area, it really comes down to putting in some leg work and shopping around, there are some bargains to be had, however, overall it’s down to your budget and what sort of finsh you are looking for.
Q. Could I not carry out my own tiling?
You could, however, do you really want to spend money on materials and tools with the risk of the end result not being what you had envisaged. Also, depending on the type of tile you buy, they may require specialised treatments before they can be applied to the wall/floor. Naturally I recommend that you contact me.
Q. What materials do I require?
On quotation, you will be advised on any treatments, adhesives, preparations that is required to carry out the work.
Q. Do you carry out repairs?
Yes. Please contact me for further information and a quote.
Q. How soon can the work be carried out?
This is dependant on a number of factors such as size of job, materials being used and the current workload. If you are planning on having an area tiled then it’s best to contact me as early as possible to confirm your dates and avoid any dissapointment.
Q. Do you give any guarantees?
Yes. I guarantee that you will be totally satisfied with both my tiling and my service. If not I will rectify any issue caused as a result of a failure in service on my part.
Q. Can I view any of your work?
Yes. Please click here for examples of my work.