Here at TMK Tiles we have a vast experience in fitting floor & wall tiling to a wide range of applications. We will survey the potential project and provide a supply & fit estimate to complete the work to a high standard with the correct materials.
We have worked on a huge variety of contracts from industrial applications through to retail outlets, housing developments, swimming pools and smaller domestic projects.
Whatever the nature of your project, do not hesitate to visit our showroom to take a look at the tiles we can offer or contact us if you have a particular contract that you wish to discuss.
Please take time to look through our gallery where you will see images of a number projects that we have completed to date.
Bathroom Refurbishment, Pidley, Cambridgeshire:
The bathroom features Cavern Slate Black 60×60 on the floor, with a mosaic area beneath the shower to create an anti-slip finish. The panel behind the shower on the wall is Cavern Black slate 30×60 cut into varying widths and lengths to create a muretto effect. The main wall tile is Amelia from Original Style.
Private swimming pool, Houghton, Cambridgeshire:
Once the pool was emptied we carried out structural repair before completely re-tiling with glass mosaic featuring a central seahorse motif. The surround was excavated and concreted then finished with an Italian multi-format porcelain tile to revitalise a tired looking pool for the 21st century.
Car showroom, Peterborough:
This contract was carried out in phases to allow our client to continue trading whist work was in progress. Existing floor tiles were taken up and repairs made to the subfloor before laying new porcelain to complete the showroom upgrade.
Extension Hemingford Abbots, Cambridgeshire:
60x60cm Soft Beige floor tiles were used in the existing kitchen upgrade and the same tile was run through to the new garden room for continuity. To continue the theme the same tile, in 30×60 format was used in the shower room.
Barn conversion in Devon:
Keen to use sympathetic products for this painstaking barn conversion, our client decided on chunky slabs of natural black slate laid in multi sizes inside the barn and 60x60cm slabs on the patio.
Wolfe Race Team, Alconbury, Cambridgeshire:
Our client is a specialist restorer of vintage Formula One cars and is principal of his own racing team. He wanted a workshop/showroom to reflect his valuable vehicles & client base so indulged himself with an Italian polished porcelain floor which can be seen above.
Bespoke housing development, Hemingford Grey, Cambridgeshire:
After consultation with the client the tiles were imported from Italy to meet his specific requirements. 60×60 porcelain floor tiles in a contemporary limestone effect were used throughout the entrance hall and main living area, matching skirtings add the finishing touch. In line with current trend the same tiles, but with an anti-slip finish, were used to tile the rear patio areas and entrance steps.
Flooring upgrade, Fenton, Cambridgeshire:
Our client chose these stunning porcelain timber effect planks to replace the existing floor tiles that were “so 1980’s!” We took up the old tiles and laid electric under floor heating throughout the kitchen & conservatory before laying the new floor. The result is an authentic timber appearance that is warm underfoot & will resist the toughest of treatment whilst retaining its initial appearance.
Self build project, Fen Drayton, Cambridgeshire:
The client selected porcelain floor tiles with a high re-cycled content for this “Eco friendly” self- build. The 50×100 slabs of travertine effect were laid extensively through the ground floor to provide a robust & stylish floor finish that will require no maintenance other than normal cleaning. Contemporary styling in the bathrooms were accented with quirky circular mosaics.
Various Domestic Kitchens:
These are just a few examples of wall tiling that we have carried out in various domestic applications
Original Style Natural Travertine:
This is an installation of 610×406 Ancient Ligurian natural travertine with ‘pillowed’ edges in Whaddon, Hertfordshire. The softened edges give the floor an ancient weathered appearance.