Pro Tiling covers all aspects of tiling and bathroom installations in London. We carry out smaller domestic jobs and repairs along with larger commercial ones.
We provide end-to-end tiling service and bathroom installation in London and also supplying all the tools, glues and adhesives, waterproofing compounds, and sealants required for your individual project.
Our team carries out every element of the process, including the removal and disposal of all old tile fittings and furnishings. We will also fully prepare the tiling surface, which might include rendering, boarding, or levelling floors.
A Great Bathroom Renovation Combines Form and Function.
Pro Tiling has made a name for itself facilitating the full bathroom renovations London homes and businesses require. We go beyond tiling to remake and revitalise your bathroom from top to bottom, including all plumbing, carpentry, and decor needs.
A great bathroom renovation combines form and function. Pro Tiling integrates all your preferences for design elements and fixtures and sees to every detail, including layout, lighting, and materials used.
We deliver bathroom renovations that add value to your home and improve the overall liveability of the space. To help you envision how your bathroom will look upon completion, we can design a complete 3D rendering and work with you to ensure every aspect aligns with your style and taste.
As professionals taking on the full spectrum of tiling and bathroom remodeling projects, we deliver all of the following customised services.
We are happy to discuss and advise on any project involving stone.
The Pro Tiling team can see to it that warm tiles welcome your footsteps right when you wake up.
Allow us to professionally create your wetroom and waterproof any area of your home.
A strong sealant treatment will maximise the longevity of your tiles and simplify their maintenance
Enlist us for natural stone restorative cleaning, sealing, and polishing.
Dealing with tired-looking tiles? Bring them back to life using our professional re-grouting service.
We’ve been designing and installing luxury bathrooms in London for over 20 years.
Large Porcelain Tiles Installations
We are specialising in Large format porcelain tiles installations, We can mitre cut and install 3200mm x 1600mm size tiles.
Make Your Tile Selection
We supply tiles that London property owners love, including large format tiles and small mosaics
Porcelain tiles are made of porcelain clay and are denser than traditional ceramic tiles. Highly scratch and stain-resistant, they can be either glazed or unglazed. Unglazed porcelain tiles are usually polished to a high-gloss shine, but because they are not coated with a glaze, they benefit from the application of a penetrating sealer to aid with cleaning.
Marble is a type of limestone formed under intense heat and pressure and features veins and swirls of colour. It can be polished to a very high finish and found in black, white, grey, green, pink and several other shades.
Granite has become a sought-after choice for tabletops, vanities, and kitchen countertops in addition to flooring and walls. It is extremely dense, which means unlike some varieties of natural stone, it’s generally not as porous, so it’s not prone to absorption and staining.
Limestone is predominantly cream in colour and has been used as a building material for many generations. It’s gaining popularity as a sophisticated material offering the timeless qualities only possible with natural materials.
Travertine was used to construct The Colosseum in Rome, along with many other well-known buildings.
Travertine can be purchased “filled” or “unfilled.” It can be honed or polished to a smooth, shiny finish and comes in a variety of colours, from white to cream to beige to red.
Onyx has been used as a highly decorative surfacing material for centuries. Many varieties of onyx include semi-translucent veining that can be backlit, creating a dramatic effect. Onyx is well suited for interior walls, vertical surfaces, and vanity countertops or as a decorative trim.
Engineered stone is a composite material. It’s made of crushed stone bound together by a polymer resin. It is typically less porous than natural stone. Engineered stone products are sometimes preferred over granite products because they require less maintenance.
Kerlite is laminated stoneware obtained through an extremely innovative production system that uses the latest technology. It is produced in whole slabs of size 300 by 100 centimetres without using dies. Kerlite is pressed at a force of 15,000 tons and is only millimetres thick. A fully automated cutting line allows different sizes to be cut.
Mosaic tiles are small pieces of tile usually supplied on a mesh backing. Originally they were used to create intricate designs or pictures. Mosaics can be obtained in many shapes and sizes and feature as borders in various designs. They can be made from all kinds of materials, including ceramic, glass, and natural stone.
Terracotta is a ceramic material. It’s been used in construction and decorative arts since ancient times in cultures around the world. The colour varies slightly depending on the clay used. Traditionally, terracotta tiles were sealed with boiled linseed oil and polished with beeswax. These days, more advanced sealers and polishes are used.
Encaustic tiles are ceramic tiles where the pattern is inlaid into the body of the tile. The patterns are made up of different colours of clay, heated into a liquid called the slip, poured into a mould and then fired. These tiles are usually laid in a pattern with similar tiles of different colours.
After 20 years serving London and the greater London area, we’ve led a profusion of projects involving vast and varied tiling designs.
Here’s a glimpse of some of the installations we’ve undertaken, many in unique settings with singular requirements that called for new levels of innovation and artistry.