” Im a tiler and have many years of tiling experience that means every job gets the
same attention & result, beautiful tiles fitted beautifully “
Short Videos of Recent Tiling Work
Tiling when it’s done well and with tiles that you’ve chosen well should be timeless and should look as good today as the day they were fitted. The key is to choose the right tiler.
Tiler in Portlaoise
I’m a tiler in Portlaoise tiling kitchen backsplashes and kitchen floors. I have 25 years experience tiling Kitchen walls, kitchen floors and hall floors. A lot of my satisfaction comes with providing my customers with a professional, high quality, friendly and reliable tiling service. If you choose me, Mark at imatiler.ie you can rest assured you are getting a domestic or commercial tiler that places your satisfaction as a top priority. You will only be dealing with me from the beginning of the project to the end as I do not sub-contract any of my work out. I may bring in more tilers if necessary, but they would be tilers I have known for many years and would work to the same standards as I do.
I also tile all the areas such as domestic bathrooms kitchens halls and conservatories and commercial canteens, stairs lobby’s and rest rooms. For my work areas I tile in Dublin around the M50, all areas of Kildare Laois and Offaly but I also work in Wicklow and Carlow so if you let me know where your home or project is I’ll let you know if I can get to you.
I strive to provide the highest quality workmanship, outstanding customer service and reliability which I would like to think sets me apart from the competition. What’s more, all aspects of my work are guaranteed.
I will also respect and protect your home during the project in hand. The only thing left for you to do is to admire the finished job!
If I provide them, I always use the highest quality materials available which are sourced in Ireland, and I have a thorough knowledge of the tiling industry and keep-up-to-date with the ever-changing products available.
So, if you’re looking for a professional tiler then in my opinion you need to look no further, I enjoy being a tiler and I’m fairly sure that by now I’ve supplied and fitted just about every sort of tile made, including:
- Ceramic Tiles
- Stone & Marble Tiles
- Travertine & Limestone tiles
- Porcelain Tiles
- Encaustic Tiles
- Terracotta Tiles
- Mosaic Tiles
But if you have any tiles that I haven’t listed there please let me know and I’ll even give you quote to fit them too.
I’ve been a tiler in Portlaoise for more than 20 years and have seen most things in tiling on construction sites and in family homes so that nothing really phases me anymore, so if there could be issues when doing a job I normally identify them and explain the potential issues whether thats materials, costs, time or all three before the job starts, I think that’s called experience which unfortunately comes with age 😊
I also have an up to date Safety Statement and a Safe Pass. It’s probably a good idea to make sure whoever you hire to tile your home has both because they are both legal requirements to have when working on construction sites in Ireland.
I can also advise you on the best way to fit your tiles, and by that, I mean the substrate they’re going to be fitted to, which ensures that they won’t crack or break or fall off after a few months. I can also make sure you’re supplied the correct tile adhesive and tile grout that is suitable for your job, normally the shops do a good job supplying the correct items but sometimes mistakes are made and it’s important that they are picked up on before the job starts and not when its finished.
And some of my qualifications
I tile professionally, which to start with means I work safely in your home and those are not just my words, I have a UCD certificate in Health and Safety and a degree in Health & Safety Management and Environmental Management so I do actually know what I’m talking about, which is probably has a lot to do with why I’ve had over 30 years accident free working in many different environments.
I also teach City & Guilds tiling courses for companies in Ireland, there are very few tilers that are actually qualified in Ireland, most are time served which means that they have learned the trade from their previous employer and that’s fine that’s how most of us have learned but I think at some stage it’s good to find out how much we do know and what it is that we don’t, sometimes that journey can be an eye opener.
I also have a degree in Construction Management, this means that I know a lot more about construction and construction law, especially health and safety, than the vast majority of builders I meet on a regular basis.