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Droit 33.3×55 Cement Matt

Size 33.3×55
Colour Cement (Grey)
For Wall
Material Ceramic

Callisto Range Brown Matt 30×60

Size 30×60
Colour Brown (Brown)
For Both
Material Porcelain

Emperador Light Polished 305x610x13

Size 305x610x13
Colour Dark Beige/Taupe
For walls and floors
Material Marble

Callisto Range Antracite Matt 33×33

Size 33×33
Colour Anthracite (Black)
For Both
Material Porcelain

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Popular Types Of Materials For Your House

So many factors and options get into creating the floor tiles. Luckily, our choice of floor tile encompasses low-maintenance options, ultra-durability, and easy vogue which will take your home from basic to attention-getting.


MAKE RIGHT CHOICEMore about our Tiles

Wall Tiles
The following tile materials can be found around the world.
  • Ceramic or Porcelain. As the most common wall tile type, ceramic and porcelain tiles differ namely on water absorption rates
  • Glazed Wall Tile
  • Glass
  • Mosaic Tile
  • Quarry Tile
  • Natural Stone Tile
  • Square Mosaic
  • Blend
Floor Tiles

Colors and space
When choosing the colors of the tiles, it would be good to think first of all about the dimensions of the space, but also about the brightness, the furniture and especially the functionality.

It is good to try to avoid bringing in a small space a dark tile and tile because it will give the feeling of even smaller space. Such rooms will be suitable for light shades, but also warm ones. Also in light shades will be arranged the kitchen that does not benefit from too much natural light.

When you have an open space, more than likely shades close to everything in the living room, hallway or the rest of the house will be indicated.

Before deciding on the colors for the tiles, it would be good to analyze the appliances present in the kitchen, but also their shades. If silver or beige predominates in furniture, then you should match the ceramic tiles with the rest of these pieces of furniture.


Measure the area you’re tiling so you know how many packs of tiles you need. Most tiles come in packs that cover one square metre. If you are looking to tile a floor, measure the width and length, multiply them together to give you the square metre area. Alternatively, if you are tiling a wall, measure the width and the height, multiply this together to give you the square metre area. If your wall has doors, windows or fixed cupboards, work out their areas and subtract them from the total area you’ll be tiling. Buy 5 – 10% more tiles than you need – This allows for breakages and any discrepancies in shade. You can always return unused boxes of tiles if you have the receipt and it’s within 30 days of purchase.

Natural Stones

If you’re application a floor, ensure the tiles have the proper floor tile wear rating (PEI rating). ensure you don’t use wall tiles on floors, and check the ground surface will take the combined weight of the tiles.

Are you ready to keep up tiles? Natural stone tiles want protection once they’re set in addition as resealing around each six months. is that this one thing you’re ready to do? Before shopping for tiles, take the time to grasp any care and maintenance required.

Accessories & Tools

Is the surface suitable for tiling?
Make sure you know before starting your project, because tiling an unsuitable surface can cause big problems. For example, surfaces in bathrooms need to be waterproofed before being tiled on-to walk-in-shower.

Adhesives & Grouts
Type of tile adhesive.
What types of tile adhesive are there? There’s two different types of tile adhesive, ready mixed pastes and powdered adhesives. As the name suggests, ready mixed pastes can be used straight out of the tub so they’re pretty easy to use.
Types of Grout for Ceramic Tile

There are four basic types of grout: unsanded, fine sanded, quarry type, and epoxy. Unsanded grout : This is used for wall tiles where the grout joint is less than 1/8” wide. Finely sanded grout: This is used for floor tiles where the joints are 1/8” to 3/8” wide.

Heat Mat
Which tiles are best for underfloor heating?
Porcelain and ceramic tiles are good flooring materials to use with underfloor heating and present a more affordable option than natural stone. Whatever tiles you decide to use, tiling over underfloor heating results in a warm room, quicker, and it also retains heat well.
Best tile sealer
Fila MP90 Polished Porcelain & Stone Sealer is the best bet for sealing polished marble, granite, and porcelain stoneware. This excellent multi-purpose solution is easy to apply and provides water repellent qualities and oil resistance.

TESTIMONIALSCustomer Experience

Jack Wilkins

“GMA Tilers have recommended to our bathrooms Hertfordshire Tiles, friendly staff and quick service.
Hertfordshire Tiles is that kind of the shop that reminds you why it’s important to do business locally.”

Dave McCarthey

“Best tile shop ever! These guys know what they are doing and go the extra mile, in a friendly relaxed way. Not only their service is fast but their price is fair and they take time to educate you. A friend recommended them to me and I’m glad he did.”

Ami Miller

“Not only that I recommended Hertfordshire Tiles to everyone but if you do manage to go in, try to speak with Alex, owner of the company who can advise everything you need to know about tiles and tiling services, that guy is like a open book, not to mention the “discount when you buy over one pallet”

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