When it comes to conservatory tiling, you want a top finish and a warm feel so that whether you are using your conservatory room in the summer or winter, you still have a warm inviting feeling in the room. While the Glasgow weather may not always be on our side, with modern conservatories, you can feel cosy and warm even as the wind howls away outside.
In Glasgow, conservatories are a popular way of extending your home with an additional room whilst adding that natural light felling of being outdoors (which can be invaluable during the famous Glasgow winters). Across Glasgow conservatories are commonly added to all sorts of homes from bungalows to new builds, sandstone Victorian homes to cottages and villas.
If you are considering a new conservatory then you have obviously been looking into the sizes and styles available; whether you want a classically styled conservatory, a glass extension, tiled roof extensions or even an orangery option. And once you have made that decision then it is time to decide on the style of the room itself. And most commonly that means you need to think about floor tiling your new conservatory.
At Were Tiling we are specialist tilers, based in Glasgow and covering everything from Bathrooms to kitchens and walls to floors. So when it comes to conservatories, we can expertly provide a quality tiled finish so that you have beautiful tiled flooring and tiled walls that help complete the dream tiled conservatory that you have always wanted.
As we have mentioned, there are quite a few styles of conservatory, some work better than others dependent on the type and style of your home. Older sandstone homes will commonly go for a more Victorian style to their tiled conservatory. Beautiful mosaic patterned conservatory floors can add a real and lasting impact to your new space.
Were Tiling are one of Glasgow’s leading professional tilers. We are a speciality tiler which goes beyond the usual tiling services of modern bathrooms and kitchens. We can repair, restore and match mosaic patterned Victorian and Georgian tiling across your home. So when it comes to adding in your new conservatory, if you are wanting tiling to match the look and feel of your period home – we can achieve that quality look and feel for you.
How do we do that? Through the simple principle that quality work gives quality results. Through patience and refined technique, we proudly offer Speciality Tiling to repair and restore existing tiling and can match in new tiling features to compliment the rest of your home.
Our business model is based on referrals and recommendations from existing happy customers and it is this model that has seen us grow our business across Glasgow.
So if you are getting a new conservatory fitted and are looking for an expert floor tiler then call us today on 07932 716 716
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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