Some tiling videos of work I’ve completed

I have been asked more than a few times to take videos of work I have completed and put them on my site. I thought it was a good idea, so I tried it to see how the results would turn out. You can see that I’ve done them myself – they’re obviously not professional tiling videos, but that’s okay, the idea is that I hope you can see and get an idea of the type and quality of the work that I complete. It’s easier to make floor tiling videos than bathroom tiling videos, but I’ll have a look and find some bathroom ones and put them up here too and over time, there should be a few on the page for you to see, and thanks for looking.


This is a new house in Portlaoise. I tiled it with 60×60 rectified polished porcelain floor tiles. I think it looks great and goes well with the white kitchen and white kitchen wall tiles I fitted at the same time.
If you want a floor like this, my number is on this page – if not it’s 087 3962215 :)


Floor tiling can be a tough job, whatever the original floors are like, but however good or bad they are, we should always make them smooth and lip or trip-free.
That’s a short sentence, but it can be a hard thing to do if you don’t know what you’re doing or if you’re not a proper floor tiler. Fortunately, I am so I can make videos like this and show you what a proper tiler can do – and how your floor should be after it’s been tiled.
If you want a floor like this, my number is on this page – if not it’s 087 3962215 :)


This is a floor I tiled in a duplex using 60x60cm polished porcelain floor tiles. I tiled the hall, downstairs toilet and the kitchen dining room and it looks great – it gives a very bright, clean and airy feel which is exactly what the customer was looking for when they chose their tiles.


The tiles used on this job were 60cm by 15cm grey wood effect tiles laid, so the overlap was one-third of the tile in the next row; when you see the video, you can see what I mean by that. The house itself is a 3-bed semi on a new development called Hawthorne Manor in Kildare. It was slightly unusual because the tiles and the pattern had to join up together at the French doors between the kitchen and lounge, which focused the mind a little to say the least.

The house also has underfloor heating under a sand and cement screed, so it had to be acrylic primed – this is why it’s green.


This was a job I did in Kildare; it’s a terraced family house that the owners had decided to freshen up before they moved in. I think you’ll agree that the polished porcelain floor tiles did that, and the skirting tiles finished the job perfectly, completing the transformation. The owners are delighted with both the job and the the tiles they chose and I think they’ll enjoy them for years to come.


The tiles used on this job were 60cm by 60cm polished porcelain, which were fitted with a 2mm space between them; the narrow joint always looks great. The house is a four-bed detached on a new development in Newbridge. The house is really nice, but the floor was a long way from flat; it actually took 19 bags of adhesive, which is around double the amount that would normally be required for this size of floor. Not only was that time-consuming for me, it added expense to the customer having to buy the extra bags. They were delighted when the job was complete. As you can see, it’s just about perfect.


This is a floor I tiled in Portlaoise; it’s actually a new house which is 10 years old, if you live in Ireland, you’ll know what I mean :) The job was tiling the entire downstairs with 60x60cm porcelain tiles that look like stone tiles; they do this by taking pictures of natural stone and then printing that on the tiles when they are being made, and the effect is really good – and more importantly the customers are delighted too.


This is a newly built bungalow I tiled in Kildare. I tiled the whole house, and these are the bathrooms. I filmed it at a wide angle with my GoPro to get a better view, which is why some of the walls look curved. The house is block-built with sand and cement walls, and the tiles are porcelain copies of Carrera marble which makes the room very bright and airy. The bathroom has a mosaic border, and the ensuite has the same tile but with no border and the difference is fairly striking, both look great just really different. The customers are happy with their choice, and I got paid, so happy days :)