JB Tiling is a full service tiling company offering a wide variety of tiling services for both domestic and commercial properties around Auckland’s North Shore, West Auckland and everything inbetween! All manner of tiles is accepted.
We also provide a full interior waterproofing service that is council approved and registered.
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JB Tiling Services is:
• Fully NZQA Qualified ✓
• Council Registered and Certified Waterproofing PS3 Certificate author ✓
• Servicing all of Auckland ✓
• 25 Years Experience in Tiling And Working With All Forms Of Tiles ✓
From natural stone to porcelain and ceramic tiles, we can install any tile you require and use only the best BRANZ approved tiling products to ensure your tiles last. We do proper prep for underfloor heating and all other tiling products like ceramic tiles underlay.
West Auckland based, we service the whole of Auckland City and it’s surrounding towns and can travel if required. Huntly, Hamiltion, Tauranga, Whangarei and the Coromandel are only a few cities that we have laid tiles in.
Two Handy Locations Providing Services In West Auckland, The North Shore, Central, South & East Auckland
3A Mayoral Dr, Auckland, 1010
5 Rata St, New Lynn, Auckland 0600
3A Mayoral Dr, Auckland, 1010
021 819 590
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JB Tiling Auckland Tiling Services Provides:
• Underfloor Heating
• Tiling and Waterproofing
• Bathroom Tiling Services
• All Tile Services
With winter well on it’s way, we are
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— JBTiling (@JBTilingNZ) April 16, 2019
JB tiling and waterproofing is your native certified technician in any facets of tiling and waterproofing (interior only). Operating out of West Auckland, our service region reaches to all of Auckland and it’s greater locations.
Through interior to exterior tile floor and wall tiling, bathroom tiling, suspended tile porches, tiled swimming pools and basically anything that could be decorated with tiles, JB Tiling can certainly create a high quality finish that endures with quality tiles!
JB Tiling Auckland is furthermore properly accredited, local authority or council licensed and registered to handle just about any interior certified waterproofing work that you could call for.
Powder room tiling and waterproofing, showers and each and every damp area can be waterproofed with an industry and local authority or council approved industry-standard that will pass code of compliance for complete peace of mind that your building won’t leak. Floor tiles can be made completely safe and waterproof with our waterproofing systems installed prior for a quality tiling job.
Commercial tiling with high traffic safe porcelain floor tile is a common job for us with over 25 years experience.
You can rely on JB Tiling Services to produce the most effective tiled finish in your own home or professional property that will not only look nice but additionally remain the test of time.
Any time you seek the tiles installing services of my own workforce, you’ll be provided with skilled, reputable and high quality work right through the whole process from prep work such as floor levelling/screeding, tile underlay and certified waterproofing, all the way up to laying the tiles and grouting.
I have built my company upon an excellent cornerstone of trust from clients and other companies from around the Auckland area to generate a mainly word of mouth based company which is maintained without having to use advertising and marketing or outreach.
It is a telling testament to my quality of work and honesty with pricing which I have managed to sustain a developing tile business upon person to person and positive customer feedback alone.
Fully NZQA Certified and Auckland Council Certified
Whenever you employ the service of JB Tiling for your next tiling and waterproofing job, you can rest assured that you’ll be receiving the very best finish completed to an industry standard whether it be floor or wall tile.
This is all done by a industrious and professional family crew which will provide the end result quickly and without any concealed costs or budget blowouts on your floor tiles.
We’re fully trained by BCITO and certified NZQA tilers and certified waterproofing applicators that guarantee work completed to a nationwide standard using only authorised materials made for New Zealand conditions.
You can learn much more about me and just how I’ve built JB Tiling to what it is nowadays and how I’m the right choice for your forthcoming tiling project.
Consider getting in touch with me personally right now for a no obligation, free quote, and I look ahead to talking with you.
• West Auckland based, spanning all areas of the city
• More than Twenty five years experience in tiling houses and commercial properties in the Auckland region.
• Cost-effective, quality and specialist contracting work with a quality tiling job at every site.
• Each and every job completed to an industry approved standard
• Fully NZQA and BCITO Trained and Council Certified.
• Quality Bathroom Tiling Services
• Prep-work, floor levelling, screeding, waterproofing, tiling and much more!
Get in contact today to organize a totally free, no-obligation quotation and tile measure of your next tiling project!
Tiling and Waterproofing all over Auckland, North Shore, Central Auckland & South Auckland. Work beyond Auckland is also considered!
If you need some tiling or waterproofing work, then look no further than your favorite tiler in Auckland – JB Tiling!
After you have established that you need tiling done, the next step is finding a good tiler. If you are watching TV at an energy-saver home improvement shop or you are facing this eventuality, take heart. A good tiler is wasn’t that far off at all from you.
Finding a good tiler can’t just be swayed with good press, newspapers or advertising. You have to get referrals, and you have to stick by those referrals. You should have at least three (preferably) carpenters to fall in your budget. This is a realistic expectation. Unfortunately, you may be tempted to take the lowest bidder, but ‘too good to be true’ does not necessarily mean ‘good for your money’. At some point, you will want quality work.
You may think ‘that doesn’t matter, I’ll just have them do it when the chips are down’ but that is exactly how most tilers work. If they have a good reputation, a good history and a great ‘word-of-mouth’ following, they are worth protecting. For some, it is worth compromising quality for a lower price because their tiler knows that is what you expect. Also, quality work is what everyone wants in a tiler, so it is who you want to hire.
A good tiler will be financially sound, and he’ll also spend a good portion of his work time out of the country. For this reasons, he’ll have at least enough money set aside for administration costs, which can be significant.
Once you have lined up your prospective tiler, there is one final thing you need to do before introducing him. Choose your words carefully, and remember that you are not just giving the work to the layer, you are also introducing yourself to him. A work looked after with the right expectations and your tiler will appreciate you more than anybody else. At the same time, he’ll appreciate his work even more.
When choosing a tiler we have to make sure he understand s/he is in charge and we want his output and output to be right for us.
We want to know what is expected from the tiler. Is there a set schedule? Will the tiler have subcontractors coming in and out? Sub contractors could be required in large projects. Our project team personally has three workers and no subcontractors. Can the team do underfloor heating, tiling and waterproofing services and supply things like the wall & floor tiles?
Does the tiler need a license? You’ll want to ask them to see their licensing (if required by your state) so we can make sure they are certified and qualified to work in your area. I did this when getting an estimate for my own remodel and it came back saying depending on what I would be able to pay the tiler would not effect my budget. They would only deduct $100 of the budget from each and every payment he made.
Also, make sure and get many written bids. There are many who just get a bid and compare it to another bid that is even better. The other bid may come with step by step instructions on how to complete the project.
When and if you get an offer, don’t jump for it immediately. Don’t pick a price that is too low unless you hear another oneants or similar offer within ten weeks.The bid that comes back could be lower (never much lower). But, remember, there are many contractors out there who will offer you a cut in half or lesser price, or a higher price and then try to walk away for the money. Don’t falliesta to isolate yourself from other bids. Consistency will help you get the best price out there on your project.
Find an alternative way to pay for the work if what is offered you can’t afford.
Some contractors are wary, don’t know or are unwilling to put up a deposit at all. Control yourself I’m sorry but this is one thing that we are going to learn to do in this article. Control yourself and don’t be afraid to ask to put up the deposit.
Most contractors are fully insured with general liability and workers compensation in this state. Beware of companies asking for more than a 10% deposit when they tell you they are fully insured.
Ask who is going to be on site and being responsible for the tasks they are going to perform. Usually, the owner or a business manager will do that.
Go with a reputable group of four people (five if possible) who have had a lot of work in this business. A pool/patio project is not something you do often. If the contractor tells you he doesn’t see any work he has or has never done work before, it doesn’t make sense either. Not one of us has ever built a home with no planning.
The best way to protect yourself is to ask the contractor upfront if there are things you can do to protect you during the project. Many times you have someone who says they have to worry about the fibreglass there is no warranty associated with it, we need to protect the fibreglass. Other times the contractor is not able to guarantee the materials won’t deteriorate or that it won’t protect the finish on finish that you have paid for.
Make sure you have an understanding of who is responsible for protecting the materials that will be installed. I am not suggesting putting your contractor under a rocket when he doesn’t have his own insurance, nor am I trying to put you in a position of hiring the lowest bid out of some of the people you come across, maybe even ones that have no problem helping you.
If there are possible dangers associated with the installation, find out how you can avoid them. If you are not allowed to leave the site, find a temporary place for the crew until the crew dries.
A good contractor will also have forgotten in his estimate how much the materials will cost, what weather or other conditions severity, if there is going to be underfloor heating drainage where you don’t know where the water goes if there is a leak or major reworking of the plumbing.
Don’t be three yards short with your contractor. If you are worried about the cost, analyze the costs; is this an honest professional estimate? Do you feel you are getting what you pay for? Will the quote cover things like: underfloor heating, tiling and waterproofing, cost of floor tiles, do they include waterproofing services as well? Are you getting adequate replacement cost estimates? If not, ask to have a couple of estimates done. If you don’t get sufficient replacement cost estimates do not rush to hire unknown or inexperienced companies.
JB Tiling – Covering All Of Auckland From North Shore To Central.