The first evidence of tile being used is in early Mesopotamia and India around 14,000 B.C. In medieval times, tile was associated with monasteries and palaces and was almost completely manufactured by hand. After the Industrial Revolution in the Victorian era, tiles were mass-produced and used in churches, shops and houses for both functional and decorative reasons.
We use tile in and around our homes today as wall and floor coverings, as well as in our showers and even on tabletops. Tile is manufactured from durable material such as ceramic, stone, or even glass, and is produced on a global scale with an almost unlimited variety to choose from.
Laying a new tile floor is a complex procedure that requires careful preparation, attention to detail, accuracy, patience and practise. Let us help you to accentuate the beauty of your home by adding a tiled surface that compliments your living space.