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GE Tiling Services

Hillary, Durban, KZN (10.6km from Clermont)
I have 15 years experience in professional Tiling. I've worked with marble ,granite, porcelain, ceramic and mosaic, handling wall and floor tiling. Past clients Pick n Pay group, Gateway, Shell Service Stations, Planet Fitness - The Pearls Umhlanga, Pinecrest Centre, Several private residences and hotels.

Bilmark Clay Roof Tiles

Durban, KZN (14.1km from Clermont)
Bilmark Clay Roof Tiles is located in Avoca. We are a tiling company and we have a range of which we are justifiably proud. Whether you are looking for local or imported, floor or wall tiles, we have it. This is backed up by the market leaders in tiling installation and our trained staff will assist in ensuring that the whole installation is a complete success. Our range of imported tiles and bathrooms are selected with the utmost care, and is subjected to rigorous quality inspections. Many of our ranges are made exclusively for Tile Africa. We have a range...

Tiles & Tiling

Durban, KZN (14.1km from Clermont)
We are a tiling company that offers customer best tiles. Our sales are provided for residential and non-residential markets. We have seen the tile industry progress significantly over the years. Our tile market remains a growing and profitable sector in the industry. We look forward to spending more progressive time on leveraging more of our capability as the business continues to grow. We take great pride in all of our work as success is approached and the fact that we are professionals that look for problems before they originate. Our staffs are carefully selected for their passion to give you...

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What can a tiler help with?

A tiler is a specialist in the laying, cutting or shaping and grouting of tiles, primarily on walls and floors. He is able to lay tiles composed of different materials, such as ceramic, granite, slate, clay, marble and glass. He is skilled in the shaping and placement of tiles in decorative patterns, according to instructions provided to him.

What are a tiler’s responsibilities?

A tiler is employed to lay (“adhere”) tiles on the walls and floors of a variety of properties. His main areas of work in residential properties are in kitchens and bathrooms, where he may be required to lay tiles with decorative borders or in specific patterns, which is highly specialised work and requires the services of a skilled and experienced tiler. He is tasked with laying the wall backsplashes in kitchens and bathrooms, and sometimes tile countertops, for instance on outside braai areas. He may also be employed to tile other outside areas such as patios or entertainment areas.

Tilers are also employed in construction projects and shops. They are an essential part of any building team in the commercial sector. They are the specialists who lay the tiles in areas such as shopping centres, office premises, restaurants, clinics, hospitals, medical research facilities, hotels, gymnasiums and schools, to mention just a few.

Many areas have both wall and floor tiles, such as public restrooms, operating theatres and surrounds, meat and fish preparation areas and bakeries in shops, cafes and restaurants. Tiles are an important part of many buildings, as they offer higher hygiene capabilities than porous walls, cement and wood finishes, as well as providing a highly decorative background. Because most tiles are made by being baked at high temperatures, they are fragile, easily cracked and broken, and it is a vital part of the tiler’s job to ensure that the surface on which the tiles are to be laid is level, smooth and even. The same preparation is required for natural stone tiles, which are not baked but will also break over time if the tiling surface is not properly prepared.

Choosing the right tiler

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Whilst it is an easy job to find a tiler from the many advertising their services at the side of the road, it is inadvisable to choose a tiler this way. It is preferable to use a skilled tiler who has been recommended to you by people you know and has a good reputation. Look at the type of work he does, and ask to see his catalogues or photos of his work. For highly specialised tiling work, check the tiler’s reviews online through Uptasker and, if possible, speak to his previous clients.

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Since buying and laying tiles is an expensive and skilled job, rather do it right the first time, and ensure that you select a tiler you can trust to produce a professional result which will last for many years. For more tips, see our tiler articles on the Uptasker blog.

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