We are WERE: Specialist Mosaic, Encaustic and Geometric Tile Layers
Providing a class leading Conservation & Contemporary Mosaic tile fitting and restoration service across Scotland and North England for customers looking to restore their Historical Homes to their original glory or giving a new modern twist.
Our specialist work on tile restoration projects ranges from Domestic and Commercial Properties to Religious and Historic Buildings covering everything from the Victorian, Edwardian & Georgian era be it Pathways, Steps, Vestibules, Entrances, Hallways, Wally Closes, Kitchens or Bathrooms.
Dealing with Victorian Tile Repairs, Restoration and Renovation for Historic Floors in your home. Our services include designing and laying contemporary geometric floor tiles and modern mosaic tile designs.
We have a firm belief that combining traditional and contemporary tiling methods is the best way to achieve the highest standards of aesthetics in our work. Whether you are looking to restore an original Victorian Tiled Hallway floor or are looking for a modern take on a traditiona Victorian Bathroom Tiling, we are just a phone call away.
Whether relaxing in your Victorian Bathroom, showering in your contemporary mosaic tiled wet room or sitting in your newly tiled conservatory. Having guests round for dinner, entering your home across a Victorian pathway, through a geometric tiled hallway or your kitchen & dining area. We want to create the perfect tiled space in your home for any occasion.
Every space is unique, so if you are looking for a professional restoration tiler then WERE is the company for you. We can manage all stages of the project through contemporary design to the laying of your new tiled wall or floor.
Creating unique mosaic tiling designs for retail spaces, leisure, commercial developments and properties. We are always looking for challenging, detailed projects and locations and are happy to work with designers and architects who seek precision and detailing where management is critical. We have a firm belief that combining traditional and contemporary tiler methods is the best way to achieve the highest standards of aesthetics in our work.
We co-ordinate our work around other contractors schedules as part of a traditional shop fitting process so that you can rest assured of nothing but satisfaction and an improved image for you business premises.
Historic encaustic and geometric floor tiles are usually made of fairly robust ceramic such as Minton Tiles. The most common problems encountered with these period tiles is a dull, dirty appearance due to over a hundred years of wear and tear and the build up of multiple coatings of waxes and linseed oil which have absorbed into the body of the tiles, turning them black.
We were replacing a carpet in our hall and discovered the original Victorian tiling was still there. Andrew came to our home, looked at the tiling and gave us a quote with no hassle. His attention to detail and careful and methodical approach are clear in the end results. We are so delighted with the work that he has done. We never thought about having a tiled hallway but we are more than delighted with the results and it has increased the value of our home considerably.
We were looking for our Storm Door area and hallway to have a matching contemporary geometric tile design to them. We want a modern take that worked with our period Victorian home. Andrew was one of three tilers we call. He was the only one who took any measurements and really looked at the set up that we wanted. We went Were because they seemed to know what they were talking about and we were impressed with their detailed quote breakdown. It meant we knew exactly what to expect. And the end result - we could not be more happy with the end results. Our hallway looks better than ever.
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