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A free forum for wall and floor tilers to gain advice on all aspects of tiling. Including tile adhesive, tiling grout, which trowels to use on various walls and floors etc. We can also provide advice on which tiles are suitable for various substrates. Unbiased Tilers Forums for the UK.
Unbiased tiling forum for tile fixers. Anything that doesn't fit into the main tiling forums, goes in this one. Please look in the other categories first to find one more suitable if possible. Learn how to tile. See 'how to tile' threads and discussion. The DIY Tiling Forum can be found HERE. The Professional Tiling Forum can be found HERE.
Latest: 95sqm onto screed with water based UFH - recommendations? Ajax123, Jul 2, 2015 at 9:00 AM
This Stone Tilers Forum sub-category is for stone tiling related threads and posts only. Stone tiling requires extra skill, extra products, and often special cutters and tools. So this dedicated Stone Tilers Forum category is just for that. Please post all stone tiling questions in this tilers forum.
Professional Tilers Forum for professional tiling advice. Access-only. 50+ posts required and then contact a member of staff to gain access. This professional tilers forum offers advice on marketing, advice on the best place to buy trade prices tiles and tools, which lead-generation websites are best to sign up to, and all other aspects of tiling for a living. Don't miss out on the secrets of the trade.
Do-it-Yourself (DIY) Tiling Forum. For all those weekend warriors who want to make the job look and feel professional. Head over to this tiling forum to get your DIY tiling advice.
Discuss waterproofing and all aspects of both wall and floor tiling when tanking and creating a wetroom in this tanking and wet-room advice forum. Tanking at the very least the shower area can prevent the need to re-tile much earlier than should be expected. Not installing a tanking system is a common cause of bathrooms being needed to be re-tiled far sooner than they should need to be. Make sure you using a tanking kit at the least, in every area that water will be in direct contact with tiles.
Tile Adhesive, Grout, and other Tiling Products along with substrate (floor and / or wall background) related questions and answers can be found in this forum category. Discussions include tile adhesive types and what products are required for which tile, and which surface.
Any customers looking for a wall and floor tiler should post in this forum category. Find a local tiler. Tilers can find tiling jobs and tiling work in this forum.
The title of the thread needs to include the area where the work is, and the type of work that it is (wall tiling, floor tiling, large format tiling, porcelain tiling, etc). And then include details of the job in the big box, and click submit. Any of 'our tilers' will contact you via private message if they are interested in visiting the job, to provide a job specification and estimated cost. Tilers need to contact the member by private message for sensitive pricing information or contact details.
A Good Thread Title: Victorian Floor Restoration Nottingham - 10 meters of stone flooring
A Bad Thread Title: Tiler Wanted
Latest: JOB: Blackheath SE3 7JP Floor Tiler Domestic 20sqm: Dan, Jun 26, 2015 at 2:20 PM
Tile Cleaning and Tile Restoration Forum including restoring Victorian floor tiles, cleaning and resealing Victorian tiled flooring, restoring the colour of old stone tile and porcelain tiles, using cleaning and polishing machinery. Also advice found on sealing tiles and stone in general can be found in this Tile Cleaning and Restoration forum.
Tiling Tools Forum for all discussion related to all tile tools. Cutters including wet cutters, 'dry' cutters (or rail cutters), cutting wheels and discs required for various tile types and / or tile cutter types. New and old tiling tools discussed including new products that are not launched yet. Yes, both Rubi Tile Cutters and Sigma Tile Cutters can be discussed in this tiling tools forum.
Underfloor Heating Forum for all discussion related to both water underfloor heating systems and electric underfloor heating systems. Including preparing the floor before installation, floor insulation advice, how-to install underfloor heating and more. And of course how-to tile to underfloor heating systems. Both underfloor heating mats, and underfloor heating loose cable can be discussed in this forum, along with wet underfloor heating systems. If you'r'e fitting wet underfloor heating then please take a look at our Plumbing Forum. If you're fitting electric underfloor heating, please take a look at our Electrical Forum for added help and support.
Tile Drilling Advice from 365Drills. A dedicated tile drilling forum for questions and answers related to the drilling of all tile and stone. Drilling holes for bathroom pipes through wall or floor tiles, drilling for the waste pipe, drilling through porcelain tile or tough stone tile. All good in this forum.
Latest: Backfrom Manchester.. Tile drilling experts 365-Drills return show.. Dan, Jun 2, 2015
A forum for all manufacturers and suppliers in the industry to plug their latest products, tell the forum about the latest news, and to help organise events and trade days etc - If you represent a tile related company and would like to post your news and offers in this tiling forum then please contact us. The 'Contact Us' link is at the bottom of the forum.
Tiling NVQ, Tiling CSCS Cards, Tiling Courses, Tiling SVQ. All discussion related to all types of courses in tiling including training centre feedback. Short Tiling Courses and Weekend Tiling Courses can be found discussed in this forum. Tiling Courses at College. Tiling Apprenticeships.
Latest: I Trained At Pitt (professional Independent Training Techniques) Dan, Jul 1, 2015 at 5:21 PM
TilersForums.co.uk Tiling Forum guests and unregistered readers can ask questions in this forum category without the need to have registered to the forum beforehand. Guests posts await moderators approval before going live, so please be patient. Once a question in posted, our team of professional tilers, diy tilers, and technical experts from manufacturers and suppliers, will help answer your questions and get your problem solved.
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General off-topic chat forum. Discuss news, sports, politics, holidays, jokes, whatever. Everything goes. Though please remember this is a publicly-viewable forum category so we don't allow rude or offensive jokes, or swearing etc.
Our Tiling Forum 'For Sale and Wanted' forum category. You need to have posted to the forum before posting new items for sale in this forum category. You may make item requests in here though no matter how new to the forum you are. Members have found dozens of really good deals in here from fellow professional and DIY wall and floor tilers. Keep tabs on this forum category, and always remember to consider listing items at a very fair price for fellow members. They will return the favour one day!
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