One of the foundations of business is our tile laying service.
Soho and central London has such a diverse range of architecture, ranging from old to new, modest to grand. For contemporary architecture, tiles simply, yet effectively enhance modern wall and floor textures, defining angles and zonal design for that uber crisp interior statement. Whether a residential kitchen refurbishment, a commercial bathroom or a complete building renovation, tiling is not only beautiful but extremely practical and cost effective as it’s a very good solution for sealing, leveling and concealing years worth of uneven services especially in older period property. It is also an indispensable element for underfloor heating.
Whether you are a Soho resident, a business or in retail we offer a friendly and knowledgeable service. We supply and lay all types of wall and floor tiles including: ceramic tiles, porcelain tiles, mosaic tiles, marble tiles each with different finishes and thickness dependent on the your requirements, from a simple splash back to under floor heating.
We’re based just off Old Compton Street in Soho, London W1, so probably within walking distance of your property. Therefore we arrive at the arranged time as we don’t have to negotiate central London traffic. Frustrating time consuming deliveries of heavy tiles and materials are minimised because of our convenient location and base.
As with our other services we pride ourselves on respecting your home or business premises, leaving it in the condition it was found. We endeavour to keep to the pre-agreed budget, something that our long standing clients in Soho and the west end of London will confirm…as it’s a very small world.
Fox Soho offer varied and comprehensive tiling services for bathrooms, kitchens, wet rooms and all other interior and exterior areas for residential and commercial customers that includes:
Natural stone tiling
Removal of existing tiles
Glass tiles and splash backs
Tanking and waterproofing
Under floor heating floor tiling
Floor levelling and screeding