|Flooring – tiled||£50||£500|
When it comes to finishing a bathroom, the flooring is hugely important. You want something that is both water resistant and hard-wearing, as well as something that is safe when wet. There are a vast number of tiling types to choose from, which can vary from simply continuing the tiling from your walls, to choosing specialist rubberised finishes or modern patterned linos.
The cost of the flooring will depend on which kind of finish you choose as well as the quality of the tiling, although the cost to lay any of these materials should remain standard. Your flooring expert or bathroom fitter will first have to remove any current flooring you have and prepare the floor for the new tiles. This may mean sanding or even the floor out so that they have a flat surface to lay the tiles on.
Your tradesman will then lay out the tiles to see how they fit and to make sure that any cuts to be made still give the best possible layout for the tiles. They will then mix and apply an adhesive or mortar to put on the floor before laying the tiles on top of this.
They will then press down the tiles as needed and make sure there is a good, even finish. If the bathroom floor tiles need grouting then this will be done at the end of the job, with a good clean up of any excess grouting being done after this.
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