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CHOOSING A GREAT BATHROOM TILER PROTECTS YOUR INVESTMENT AND ADDS VALUE TO YOUR HOME

Great bathroom tilers in Brisbane are hard to come by. Sure, lots of tilers can tile a bathroom. But not all tilers can tile a bathroom to your strict specifications and standards.

The bathroom is one of the most highly used and valued spaces in the home. Whether your house is a lover’s nest, a family dwelling or an investor’s asset, your bathroom needs to look ‘schmick’, be functional and satisfy its users for years to come.

Buyers and tenants look for freshly designed bathrooms in the homes they inspect because the humble bathroom is the most personal and private of all spaces in the house. If you are investing in renovating your bathroom, don’t waste your money by purchasing expensive tiles and employing an inexperienced, poorly trained tiler to lay them.

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WHAT DO BATHROOM TILERS DO?

At its simplest, tilers cover surfaces with tiles to protect those surfaces from traffic and use, contain water and moisture from wet spaces, and to lift the aesthetic appeal and attraction of your bathroom space.

At NRA Tilers, we do more than show up on time, perform the work and disappear. We aim to provide a superior tiling experience to every customer, including offering the following additional services:

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    prepare the job – consult with you and your builder / designer about your bathroom renovation;
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    advise on products – advise upon and assist in the selection and purchase of tiling products;
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    contribute to the design – contribute to design decisions where required (e.g. direction and placement, patterns and colours);
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    diligence and timeliness – work to a set schedule and finish on time;
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    reporting to client – report the performance of the work in a timely fashion;
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    follow instructions – follow instructions and seek your input where issues arise (rather than make assumptions
    without consulting you)
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    quality workmanship – deliver outstanding due care and workmanship;
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    certificate of completion – provide a certificate of completion and a warranty on all services provided;

HOW DO I CHOOSE A BATHROOM TILER?

AT NRA Tiling, we believe bathroom tilers should be selected:

  • firstly, by the quality of their work
  • secondly, by their reputation for service and delivery; and
  • thirdly/lastly, by their fee quote and costing.

That means you must do your research and seek references to shortlist a preferred set of tiling tradespersons before requesting prices for work and
products.

We recommend that once you have prepared your shortlist of preferred bathroom tilers, you issue a job specification for your tilers to consider and
request quotes and tenders based on those specifications for comparison. If you are using an architect or builder for your build or renovation, they may be able to assist you with this process.

At NRA Tiling we service and work with architects, builders, developers and home owners / renovators all the time. Our customers are always happy with our work and service, and so we are able to provide testimonials and references to new enquiries on request.

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AS W E ALWAYS AIM TO EARN REFERRALS AND REPEAT WORK FROM OUR CUSTOMERS, W E PROVIDE COMPETITIVE COSTINGS TO ALL OF OUR CURRENT AND POTENTIAL CUSTOMERS (BUT NOT AT THE EXPENSE OF DELIVERING GREAT QUALITY WORK, UPON WHICH OUR REPUTATION DEPENDS!

HOW MUCH SHOULD A BATHROOM TILER IN BRISBANE COST?

The cost of tiling a bathroom in Brisbane depends on a number of variables:

  • the condition and quality of the tiles – poor quality tiles usually require more work to cut and lay than high quality tiles
  • the size and number of tiles to be laid – large tiles can be laid more quickly than small tiles;
  • whether the tiles are meshed or solid-state – it can be more difficult to work with meshed (and thus flexible) tile grids than solid spaced tiles;
  • the number and shape of the walls and floors to be covered – curved surfaces are more difficult and take longer to tile than flat surfaces;
  • the type of glues and waterproofing agents used to set the tiles in place;
  • whether the bathroom tiler is being asked to work around other tradespersons in the same or nearby spaces.

Generally, a professionally qualified and experienced tiler will charge between $80 and $150 plus GST per hour to lay bathroom tiles in Brisbane. You may however be quoted a square metre rate, which can range between $60 to $120 plus GST per square meter. $60 plus GST per square meter about the average for laying bathroom tiles.

Often, bathroom tilers who are in higher demand will charge more for their services. At NRA Tiling, however, we always provide consistent pricing for our services and never exploit market conditions to justify a higher fee.

NRA TILING BRISBANE FAQ’s

Tiling is not a complicated trade. But it is a unique skill to tile correctly, ensure it is water tight, ensure that the tiles are perfectly evenly and ensure the surface lasts through years of punishment from foot traffic, spilt drinks and food and of course weather. Don’t risk doing it yourself, just call us we are “Exper tilers in Brisbane”.

What tiles can i use outside?

The short answer is just about any tile, as long as it durable. When picking your favourite outdoor tile you should take into consideration not only the look but the feel under foot in all weather conditions, ie smooth surfaced tiles when wet can be slippery.  You can also check how porous the tile is and the water absorbency rate. We usually suggest natural stone, slate, porcelain or terra cotta tile in an outdoor area, particularly if exposed to the weather or uncovered.

 Will this tile be too slippery on the floor?

When it comes to being slippery. The finish of the tile is crucial. The general rule of thumb is, if the tile is glossy, it will most likely be slipper when wet. If you use a gloss tile and can decrease the size of the tile, the grout joins may increase the grip. We suggest not to use gloss tiles on floors in wet areas.

What tiles can I use in a wet area?

You can once again use just about any tile you want in a wet area, however consideration should be taken for non slip, or slip resistant surfaces or finishes with a  water absorption rating, particularly if using in the kitchen bathroom or laundry.

What types of tiles are best for the floor?

When you think about tiling your floors and hallways, you should be thinking about durability. Most floor spaces you are tiling in your homes are high traffic or living areas. Your floor sees for more wear than your walls!.

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