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Need a tiler for my kitchen wall? Just need 6 square metres, how much should it cost?

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#1
about £80-£100 i got the bathroom done and it was £14 per square meter but maybe a little more for yours as it wouldnt be as easy
#2
Price will be over £100, Job should take 2 days depending on size of tile and how good your walls are, also cutting round sockets makes it slow.
#3
hamsterpig
Price will be over £100, Job should take 2 days depending on size of tile and how good your walls are, also cutting round sockets makes it slow.


Ha ha! Stop winding people up. 2 days..... lol
#4
£35 per sq mt.,
#5
deek72
hamsterpig
Price will be over £100, Job should take 2 days depending on size of tile and how good your walls are, also cutting round sockets makes it slow.


Ha ha! Stop winding people up. 2 days..... lol


Ok mr DIY expert how long?

I did say depending on the tile, day and a half better?
#6
hamsterpig
Price will be over £100, Job should take 2 days depending on size of tile and how good your walls are, also cutting round sockets makes it slow.


I thought it was the floor needed doing no?
#7
£35 per square meter ?? thank god you didnt price my job
#8
sancho1983
hamsterpig
Price will be over £100, Job should take 2 days depending on size of tile and how good your walls are, also cutting round sockets makes it slow.


I thought it was the floor needed doing no?


No idea, in that case a days labour for 6 meter floor
#9
loads of variables will affect the price, enough to make this thread pretty pointless, shape of tiled area, condition of surface, type of tiles etc etc.
#10
hamsterpig
deek72
hamsterpig
Price will be over £100, Job should take 2 days depending on size of tile and how good your walls are, also cutting round sockets makes it slow.


Ha ha! Stop winding people up. 2 days..... lol


Ok mr DIY expert how long?

I did say depending on the tile, day and a half better?


Half a day. Max.
banned#11
The floor will need prepped and screeded to level. Say half a day to screed and half a day to tile tops.

But you will need to give the screed time to dry properly or your floor tiles will just become bossed.
#12
How do you all know its the floor? Internet psychics?????
#13
How do we know it's a floor?
#14
DIY, there's something very satisfying about tiling.
#15
Whoops! It's not the floor!

I've been quoted £650 plus vat for labour including removal of old tiles and him supplying everything except tiles
#16
just go with paint, op.
#17
Could you not tile over the tiles?

Removing the tiles and preparing the wall for the new tiles will be the expensive and time consuming parts of the bill
#18
think
Whoops! It's not the floor!

I've been quoted £650 plus vat for labour including removal of old tiles and him supplying everything except tiles


Certainly not that much mate - try reading up on tiling and DIY, it's not that difficult.
#19
greg_68
Could you not tile over the tiles?

Removing the tiles and preparing the wall for the new tiles will be the expensive and time consuming parts of the bill


The old tiles need removing, been on for years and a tight fit around a cupboard etc
#20
Shengis
How do you all know its the floor? Internet psychics?????


I suggested the floor as everyone presumed it was the wall :)
#21
That sounds a crazy amount if you're providing everything.

Removing tiles is fun, if you did that it should knock it down a bit
#22
Do it yourself, tilings **** easy.
1 Like #23
sancho1983
Shengis
How do you all know its the floor? Internet psychics?????


I suggested the floor as everyone presumed it was the wall :)

Your jedi powers are strong, you had everyone convinced X)
#24
Shengis
sancho1983
Shengis
How do you all know its the floor? Internet psychics?????


I suggested the floor as everyone presumed it was the wall :)

Your jedi powers are strong, you had everyone convinced X)


:{
#25
Anyone know someone in Birmingham area?
#26
do the prep yourself remove old tiles clean floor nice and flat
if you dont or cant lay the new tiles then pay about £25-£30 a square metre as no prep needed
do not ask for a quate just offer £25 up to £30 take about 3-4 hours for a good tiler if floor is good
good luck
#27
It's wall tiles not floor
#28
It can be worth getting a pro to do the tiling but any idiot can remove the old tiles and prep the surface, should cut the bill a bit.
banned#29
go to ratedpeople.com and get a few tilers to give you a quote, then haggle a bit with the person you wish to go with, telling them the other 'cheaper' quotes you've received. £650+ vat seems a little steep.
#30
Adnan786
go to ratedpeople.com and get a few tilers to give you a quote, then haggle a bit with the person you wish to go with, telling them the other 'cheaper' quotes you've received. £650+ vat seems a little steep.


Thanks, not heard of them before but submitted details
#31
I read the title as need a trailer for my kitten lmao.
#32
The building trade is looking for work atm, you will get a far better deal if you haggle.
#33
Adnan786
go to ratedpeople.com and get a few tilers to give you a quote, then haggle a bit with the person you wish to go with, telling them the other 'cheaper' quotes you've received. £650+ vat seems a little steep.


Warning with that site, i got a gardener who is a member on that site, useless wasnt the word.
banned#34
greg_68
loads of variables will affect the price, enough to make this thread pretty pointless, shape of tiled area, condition of surface, type of tiles etc etc.

+1

could be 5cm tiles or 50cm tiles for starters lol

lmao at 2 day job and under £100

around 1 day max and £150-200 is about right imo

DIY the removal to bring it down

http://www.checkatrade.com


Edited By: csiman on Jun 24, 2011 09:51
#35
csiman
greg_68
loads of variables will affect the price, enough to make this thread pretty pointless, shape of tiled area, condition of surface, type of tiles etc etc.

+1

could be 5cm tiles or 50cm tiles for starters lol


lmao at 2 day job and under £100

around 1 day max and £150-200 is about right imo

DIY the removal to bring it down
http://www.checkatrade.com


It would be one and a half days if it was 4" tiles, as the grouting would be done on the next day.




Edited By: hamsterpig on Jun 24, 2011 19:01
#36
1 day max. Cost should be about £100 max. 6 sq.m is easy to remove and retile in a day. Pity I'm not in your area.
1 Like #37
jeremyswarts007
1 day max. Cost should be about £100 max. 6 sq.m is easy to remove and retile in a day. Pity I'm not in your area.


Also a pity you didn't post it 4 months ago...
banned#38
greg_68
DIY, there's something very satisfying about tiling.


indeed. i recently finished our new kitchen about a month ago. This weekend ill be tiling the conplete bathroom (walls and floor) at my Dads house. I fully expect to have the work finished (grouting aside) in that timeframe, though it will be tight.
banned 1 Like #39
think
Whoops! It's not the floor!

I've been quoted £650 plus vat for labour including removal of old tiles and him supplying everything except tiles



Do you wear a hat that says mug?

Unless there is something really odd, removing the tiles - 1 hour. Fixing new tiles 4 hours, grouting next day, 1 hour. materials £15


Is there any other jobs you need doing?
banned#40
guv
greg_68
DIY, there's something very satisfying about tiling.


indeed. i recently finished our new kitchen about a month ago. This weekend ill be tiling the conplete bathroom (walls and floor) at my Dads house. I fully expect to have the work finished (grouting aside) in that timeframe, though it will be tight.


Can you do my kitchen and bathroom, please?

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