Tiling may look easy because it only needs very few materials such as thin-set mortar, grout, and tiles. But precision, symmetry, and the final look are not easy to achieve if you do not do it carefully. Wrongly placed tiles and inappropriate amounts of grout and mortar can even break the tiles in no time. Therefore, Shipshape tile works Melbourne services, Shipshape tile repairing Melbourne services, and Shipshape swimming pool repairing Melbourne services are at your service to resolve all your flooring concerns.

Why tile a floor?

Tiles are a beautiful addition to any basement because of many reasons. It gives a contrast to the rest of the space and provides an elegant finishing to the entire area. It stands against moisture and protects the flooring as well. Tiling has become one of the most popular ways of covering a floor. Now, tiles are even used to cover floors of swimming pools as well. Putting tiles on a floor can make it easier for cleaning purposes as well as maintaining purposes. It stays for a very long time if done right.

How to tile a floor correctly?

Shipshape tiling work company specializes in all the areas concerning how to tile a floor properly. We go through the professional procedures in order to provide our clients with the best-finished look of a floor. First, the procedure starts by cleaning the floor. Cleaning process includes the removal of dust and debris in order to ensure a leveled floor. The right way to tile a floor begins by finding the center of the room by measuring it. Once intersect is drawn, you can easily divide the room into sections and decide the size of the tile you are going to use. It is essential to use spacers before putting the grout so you can know exactly the width of the grout line. Starting by a dry run of tiles, they are layered on the floor using spacers so the exact measurement can be taken.

Once the lines are drawn, a thin-set mortar is mixed and applied on the floor to place the tiles correctly. It is advisable to work in small sections to prevent the mortar from drying. Once the tiles are set and dried, spacers need to be removed to apply the grout. Grouting should be done in utter precision to get the best-finished look. All you need to do now is to remove the excess grout, and your tiling is done! Shipshape Tile workers in Melbourne is all about giving you the best tile works in the market.

Maintenance and repairing of tiles

Tiles, over time, can face many issues. Even though tiles are one of the best ways to cover a floor, it needs maintenance and repairs when necessary. Tile repairing Melbourne services are provided to resolve all issues concerning tiles and flooring. There are common issues in having a tiled floor. A few of the main concerns are; drummy tiles, tenting tiles, cracked grout, and loose tiles.

There is a misconception that drummy tiles cannot be repaired. But it is far from the truth. Drummy tiles can and should be repaired because if it is left untreated, increasing pressure on the tile can crack and explode the tile and the floor. A tenting tile is when the tile lifts from the floor and pushes against the others. Not only is it unattractive, but it is also dangerous to anyone who steps on it. This is why you give it utmost attention to a tenting tile. Loose tiles are very unsightly. Loose tiles can also damage the floor underneath. Repairing a loose tile is of utmost importance, and it is also vital that they are done correctly.

Why choose us?

There are many similar services in the market. But what makes Shipshape Pressure Cleaning & Tile Workers stand out is our professionalism. The best way of doing things and making your floor shine is our ultimate objectives. Professionalism speaks louder than anything else!

Therefore, if you have a kitchen, a hall, a bathroom, a swimming pool, or even an attic that needs to be tiled, we are a step away from giving you the best tiling services. Not only we fix your floor, but we also repair any tile that needs attention.

Shipshape Tile Workers are working on following tiles:
  • Ceramic Tiles
  • Porcelain Tiles
  • Sandstone Tiles
  • Bluestone Tiles
  • Marble Tiles
  • Terracotta Tiles
  • Terrazzo Tiles
  • Granite Tiles
  • Concrete Tiles
  • Natural Stone Tiles
  • Slate Tiles