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There’s no better place to take a breather after a long and tiring day of work than inside a soothing bubble bath in your sleek, new bathroom, wishing you could stay in it forever. But what if your dream bathroom is still just a dream? This is where Neo Tiling comes in, London’s bathroom and shower cabin tiling experts, able and willing to turn it into reality. Impressing your guests can’t be any easier than with a bathroom that’s tiled from the floor to the ceiling.
With the wide variety of tiling materials and color options available, the only challenge is choosing the design that is most pleasing to your eyes, and there are plenty of them. The tiles are made from every possible material you could think of, ranging from the usual ones to the more exotic: ceramic, porcelain, metal, glass, terracotta, natural stone, wood clay, leather or fossil. They also come in a great variety of shapes and sizes. On top of that, you can enhance the design with accessories, such as accent tiles.
As specialists in Bathroom Tiling London, we pay attention to even the smallest of details, making sure everything we do is flawless, and you as our client, is satisfied of our work and your new bathroom. If you feel like your bathroom needs a refreshing change, don’t hesitate to contact Neo Tiling today.
If you’re unsure which to choose for your shower cabin tiling, some of the most popular types of bathroom tiles are:
- Ceramic tiles: They come in two types: glazed and unglazed. Glazed tiles are either plain or decorated and are suitable for both the floor and walls. Since they’re smooth with no pores, they’re really easy to clean and come in a large variety of colours. The main disadvantages against the unglazed ones are they’re less resistant to scratches and slips. For this reason, unglazed tiles are a great shower cabin tiling option.
- Glass tiles: These are a continuing trend in these past years, since they’ve become a lot more affordable. What’s great about them is they can be used to create beautiful and unique designs, thanks to their ability to reflect light, highlighting each tile. Glass tiles require a bit more expertise to install, but the final look of your Bathroom Tiling London is well worth the effort.
- Quarry tiles: They have been manufactured in the UK for centuries. Quarry tiles are made by extruding natural clay or shales, and then fired at a temperature of 2000 F°. They are available in white, black and terracotta. Terracotta means “baked earth”, due to its brown-orange colour. Since it’s porous, it needs a proper ceramic sealant to fill the pores. You can get the glazed version to fix this problem.
- Porcelain tiles: They can also be considered ceramic tiles, but with a very low water absorption rate. Porcelain is made from kaolin clays, silica, quartz and feldspar, heated at about 2200 F°. It’s very durable and, even if you manage to scratch or chip the top, you won’t notice, since it’s made from the same material from the top to its base.
Tiles are traditionally square and are of heavy weight. But with advanced tile technology tiles now have become light and rectangular in size and are being manufactured in larger formats. Bathroom tiling can install the extra light and extra light wall tiles and make a big impression on the architecture and increase the value of homes. The Xlight and larger size tiles are mostly available in porcelain and they are available for both walls and floors.
If you are renovating and want to do away with the earlier wall or floor material you can easily adapt these tiles and save lot of money and time. The bathroom tiles London actually allows you to install them over an existing wall surface such as concrete, brick and mortar, and other surfaces. Since these are light weight tiles they can be easily installed over an existing wall surface and save the expense that may occur to dislodge the old material from the wall. Walls can easily take the load of the Xlight tiles without any scratching off old material or any major preparations. By installing the large format tiles you can save on installation costs and material costs. Despite their thin form they present a strong surface because they are by mixing appropriate base materials that make them strong.