This client wanted modular floor tiling throughout their kitchen, utility, dining & conservatory spaces, which looked wonderful once it was finished, but there were some big hurdles to overcome first.
The floors were really uneven with a 10mm drop on the dining room and a 26mm drop to the conservatory. These differences in floor height meant I had to build them up first to ensure a completely level surface throughout.
Then the design element of using modular tiles needed to be planned carefully to give the best aesthetic. For anyone that isn’t aware, modular tiles are tiles of varying sizes that create a pattern once laid & give added interest to a large tiled floor. They look great, but they can be a bit tricky to plan their design and I would recommend you use an experienced tiler to lay them.
The client & I were very happy with the final outcome.
Bernie worked hard every day and made sure the work was done with as little as possible inconvenience to us (difficult as this involved replacing the floor in the kitchen and utility room as well as dining room and conservatory. This involved moving appliances (fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher etc). The floor level in each of the three rooms was quite different so work had to be done to rectify this before the tiles were laid. He kept us informed of his progress and gave good advice on tile care etc. We are very pleased with the results.
Mr Clark, Lightwater, near Camberley