Tile Installation Services find trusted, local tilers with Bidvine
Hiring a Bidvine Tiler
Tiles are easy to clean and quite durable. Because of these qualities, they are great for so many places in your home. If you want to make your home more beautiful and practical, hire a Bidvine pro for tile installation.
You can transform your home into a Tuscan paradise or a modern escape by using tiles. The possibilities are endless, as are the potential styles.
During construction, tiles are typically used in the following areas:
There are so many uses for tiles in the kitchen! You can tile your countertop, backsplash, flooring, and walls. Try doing a floor-to-ceiling tile wall that blends into the backsplash for a high-end look.
You can cover your entire bathroom in tiles if you want. To make your whole bathroom blend together, use the same tiles in your shower, and on your walls and floors. You can also tile your vanity countertop or the sides of your bathtub.
If you're looking for a durable flooring choice that is cool to the touch, tile is the way to go. You could also install in-floor heating under the tiles, as they will retain the heat well.
There are so many uses for tiles in your garden or on your patio. You can tile your patio flooring, garden paths, and even your swimming pool.
Do you own or operate a business? You may be looking for a durable and simple flooring choice. Use tiles in the washrooms, foyer or waiting areas, or on the stairs.
When taken at face value tile installation, looks like an incredibly easy project to carry out. But this is hardly ever the case, as there are many variations to be considered when working with tile and grout. Trying out a tile installation project on your own will burden you with a lot of details and cause you to indulge in a lot of guesswork, which will eventually result in a botched job.
When you have a tiling project, hiring a professional tile installer from Bidvine is a good place to start. We will match your request up with trusted, local pros. Then, you'll get custom bids from tile installers near you.
Tiling Surfaces: Floor, Wall, Countertop, Backsplash, Bathtub/Shower
Types of Tiles: Ceramic, Stone, Granite, Slate, Vinyl, Porcelain
Our Top Tilers
12 years in business
1 hire on Bidvine
Northampton, Northamptonshire NN5 7EA
I started working at school at tiller and I was working with my father. After 27 years working in other industries I decided to go by myself. Open and creat a tiller business as I don’t like how some people treat their customers. I take much pride for the work that I complete and pay attention to sm
1 hire on Bidvine
Poynders Parade, South London SW4 8BG
Vanesa A. said "Lukasz did an amazing tiling job in my kitchen. I couldn't have asked for a better result. The tiles I chose were huge because I wanted the nice splash-back effect with minimal joints, so there was a lot of lifting and cutting for sockets. Lukasz worked carefully and with precision,
1 year in business
6 hires on Bidvine
South Lambeth, South London SW8 2XD
Nebojsa K. said "Tony did an exceptional tiling job. He is reliable, professional, punctual, and most importantly - very honest. He tiled my hallway to a high standard and he put in as much effort as he would for his own home. I consider myself lucky to have found him - I am very impressed with his
Frequently Asked Questions
I’m retiling my house because my previous contractor did a bad job. How can I make sure this won't happen again?
Once we receive your service request form, we will get you in touch with several tile installers. Bidvine prides itself in working with only the best servicemen, and you can put this to the test by interviewing the tile installers and also assessing their previous work.
When assessing a contractor’s previous work, check for similarity in tile size, ensure grout lines are straight and consistently spaced, check for the balance in the tile layout and confirm that tiles fit well around corners, doorways and windows.
Do you have to remove the existing tiles in my house before you install the new tiles?
Though its recommended to remove the tiles, this is not necessary. To make this decision, the tile installer from Bidvine has to inspect every inch of your floors to ensure it’s even. If the existing floor is uneven, the new layer of tiles could crack after a while. The installer also has to assess how the added layer will affect doors and any other existing items in the house.
How do I know I’ve chosen the right size for a room?
Small tiles such as 450mmx450mm are suitable for kitchens, bathrooms, laundry area and toilets if these areas are small in size. Larger tiles such as 300x600mm or 600x600mm can also be used in the same spaces or in offices, as long as these rooms are medium to large in size. Large tiles of for instance 1200x1200mm are good for large living areas or in waiting areas in office buildings.