David Howe is a professional wall and floor tiler based in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham. With more than 25+ years of experience , David takes great pride is his workmanship.
Whether tiling bathrooms, kitchens, conservatories or other rooms within a home, we treat every single job as though it is our own.
All of our tiling services are available across the country, although our tiling business is based in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, so we tend to find most of our tiling work is from the North East of England, including (but not limited to):-
With tiling for so long, we’ve seen the trend in tiles change quite a bit. Gone are the days of the 6 by 6 tiles for kitchen tiling, and gone are the days of the solid red ‘quarry tiles’ for floor tiling. Those have not quite come back around yet, but perhaps they will do one day.
Right now the trend in tiling often steers towards porcelain tiles, which are strong and resilient. They can often be cleaned with regular cleaning products with no sorry outcomes, and need very little treatment over time to stay gleaming and new.
However they need specialist tile cutting tools, and tile adhesives that are strong and adhere to the very low absorption rates of porcelain tile. Whilst a lot of ‘handymen’ might assume they can tile with such a tile, they will often find their work shaddows them quickly with high failure rates due to incorrect materials used.
David Howe Tiling will ensure that all products used are correct, guaranteed with a good long adhesive manufacturers warranty, used to their actual specifications for the said products, using suppliers we have worked with for decades and use every single day, and our work will stay fixed for a lot longer than fashion changes.
Only change your tiles when the trend changes. Not when they fail because of poor workmanship. Join the hundreds of happy customers we have.
Quick note; our new website ’tilernewtonaycliffe.co.uk’ (which you are on right now) supersedes our old website ‘davidhowetiling.co.uk – technical glitches beyond our control resulted in us needing to change our domain.