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Hi please feel free to contact me for a free no obligation quote.thanks steve.
- Bathroom Fitting
I have been in the trade for numerous years now & pride myself on my reputation.as word of mouth is better than any advert.i can supply any potential new customers with references from previously satisfied customers.
I am a fully qualified tiler & painter to nvq standard.All members of my team from plumbers to bricklayers are all fully qualified tradesmen. PRO-TILE is a fully insured family run business based in Maldon Essex,we specialise in all aspects of tiling,flooring,painting & decorating.we also undertake all other aspects of general house maintenance from putting up your shelves to building you a house.We have another branch of the business which speacializes in building driveways,patios & landscaping.
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Valid until: 28th May 2022
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PRO-TILE has answered 3 questions on Ask a Tradesman.
- My mates sister got her bathroom tiled. The tiler tiled on top of the old tiles,however he just stuck them on with silicone!!! He said "its common practice in the trade". Is this right? surely not? 9
- How long do I have to wait before tiling over fresh concrete? 8
- having porcelian floor tiles n bathroom is it ok for builders to fit directly ontofloor boards 1