Wall tiles can be laid on nearly any wall surface. Traditional rooms for wall tiles are kitchens, bathrooms and laundries, but wall tiles can also be used in hallways and entrances, as well as courtyards, garages and other outdoor areas.
You can choose wall tiles that come in a range of colours, shapes and designs to suit your home. Wall tiles are also made from a range of materials including ceramic, porcelain, ceramic, marble and slate.
If your wall tiles will be exposed to water and potential stains, they can be made from materials that are non-porous and are resistant to the elements. Wall tiles can also have waterproofing systems applied for extra water resistance.
Wall tilers prepare, measure and clean the wall surface that is going to be tiled. They then apply the correct adhesives and lay down the tiles evenly using a level, being careful to lay the wall tiles in the correct places if they need to be positioned to form a design.
Wall tilers are able to lay tiles made from a range of materials including slate, clay, ceramic, porcelain and marble to name a few.
A professional wall tiler has been trained to help your wall tiling project run more smoothly. They will have good calculation skills and hand-eye coordination, and be efficient at manual labour.