Arrow Tiling completed all tiling related works to this large renovated mansion house in Surrey. This included the design, surface preparation, supply and installation of a wide range of tiles and tiling products.
Four bathrooms were gutted and fully tanked before installation and external areas were screeded and levelled. Two separate Victorian tiled areas were designed and installed using left-over tiles from many years’ worth of extra tiles from previous jobs.
The rear garden patio was completed with up-cycled stone pavers previously laid in a Piccadilly Circus footpath. A 3-metre long slab of 6mm porcelain was mitred and polished with down-stands to create the island worktop in the kitchen: tough, durable, and far more practical than marble in this kitchen. Electric underfloor heating was used throughout the internal areas and even the outside WC had black Nero Marquina marble tiles installed.
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