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Tiler Express

Professional tiling work in Scotland

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Bathroom tiling can transform a room into a beautiful, tranquil or dynamic space, which normally can be quite expensive. Tiler Express prides itself on achieving an exceptionally high standard. A creative, unique tiling solution leaves a lasting impression on people. A creative refurbishment can be worth more than buying extremely expensive tiles. The creativity of the worker is not enough, a high level of professional qualification and experience is also needed to satisfy the customer.

  • Your satisfaction is our priority
  • We offer a unique, bespoke transformation based on 23 years of experience 
  • Precision and completion within agreed deadlines
  • We can complete previously unfinished work
  • Free assessment and quotation
  • Do not hesitate to contact us
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Our work includes

Normal and diagonal wall and floor tiling such as stair and base works, waterproofing, shower and bathtub walling. We can help you with smaller masonry work, insulation, painting and plaster wall / drywall work.

Every project presents a new challenge and with every job we engage with you in the transformation of your home.

Masonry work

bathtub, toilet, shower installation
sink design and installation
glass brick walls, indoors walls, partition walls,
kitchen counters and worktops


laminated flooring
parquet flooring


You can either buy the materials yourself and if required we can assist you in sourcing or we can purchase on your behalf.


Any rubble or materials accumulated during the process will be removed by Tiler Express.



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Tiling our home determines the mood of the people inside it. If it is not spot-on, it can ruin the image of the whole house. But, if it is good, then our home can be really stylish. Would you not like professionally made interiors? To make that a reality, interior cladding is extremely important. Whether we are speaking about panelling or tiling both are rewarding to use, they can complete each other when combined. The well planned interior, although is not only pretty for the eyes but can also be practical. It is comfortable when every surface is easy to use and clean. With interior tiling this can be achieved, whether we are talking about construction, reconstruction or home restoration. For a perfect result it is better to hire a professional because it is a long term investment. It is very important to have quality work done in our home when it is time, and for that a skilful professional, quality materials and a good surface are needed.

The variety and colourfulness of cladding can be seen in every room of our home. Furthermore the use of the materials and the different methods and techniques can vary. Anything can be made very unique and personal with the right tiling. We have to come up with the style of each room and according to our decision the right material has to be chosen. Every room has to be done with the right material.

Terra cotta is one of the oldest tile materials around, dating back before the birth of Christ, when it was sun-dried rather than oven-fired. People often use it, glazed or unglazed, when they want a
rustic, weathered look.
An appropriate refined clay is formed to the desired shape. After drying it is placed in a kiln or atop combustible material in a pit, and then fired. The iron content gives the fired body a yellow, orange, red, "terracotta", pink, grey or brown color. Fired terracotta is not watertight, but surface-burnishing the body before firing can decrease its porousness and a layer of glaze can make it watertight.
At the most simple definition, mosaic is "a picture or other design constructed from smaller pieces".
As well as the subject and style of the design, it is the choice of materials, plus the skill in creating and placing the pieces that contribute to the personal, artistic and practical value of the mosaic.
A special feature is that the pieces are normally solid and durable. The physical qualities of the materials add greatly to the significance of the mosaic. Materials may be reflective or iridescent (glass, gold, mirror).  

Mosaics can be 3-dimensional, and can incorporate objects and unusual items.
Engineered stone is a composite material made of crushed stone bound together by an adhesive, (most commonly polymer resin, with some newer versions using cement mix). The two common
stones used in producing these products are marbles and quartz, the application of this product depends on the original stone used, for engineered marbles the most common application is indoor flooring and walls, while the quartz based product is used primarily for kitchen countertops. Related materials include geopolymers and cast stone. Unlike terrazzo, the material is factory made in either blocks or slabs, cut and polished by fabricators, and assembled at the worksite. 

Granite is nearly always massive (lacking any internal structures) hard and tough, and therefore it
has gained widespread use throughout human history, and more recently as a construction stone.
Granite has been extensively used as a dimension stone and as flooring tiles in public and commercial buildings and monuments.
Granite is quickly becoming the most in-demand material for countertops in the kitchen and bathroom. Although the price of slab granite has started to decrease in recent years, it remains among the most expensive materials for countertops. For those who love the look but not the cost, granite tile can be a budget-friendly solution.
Marble flooring tiles can be used in any area of the home, particularly the kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, and even as decorative accents for walls and showers.
Traditional marble flooring tiles have a polished, shiny finished, adding class to your design. They look impressive on an entryway or foyer.
Tumbled marble flooring comes in beige and milky tones. Instead of being polished, they are buffed, with an earthy finish and natural looking. These tiles work well in large areas, such as kitchen/dining room combination; as they often come in larger sizes.
Although they look the same, the main difference between ceramic and porcelain tiles is that a porcelain tile is denser and less porous than a ceramic tile. In simple terms this means a porcelain tile is much more hardwearing and suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, the extra density is a result of a slightly different manufacturing process. 

Porcelain tiles are also made from natural clay but of a denser nature, finely ground sand is also added into the manufacturing mix. This mixture is then pressed and fired at a much higher temperature than ceramic tiles, and also for longer to remove almost all of the water content.

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