With an unmatched attention to detail, Maxx Tile offers a wall tiling service that is envied by many of our competitors but rivalled by very few. Our passion for all aspects of wall tiling means that every member of our team, from designers to installers, will do their utmost to ensure that you receive the best service possible. This consistent approach from all our tiling team guarantees the highest quality tiling service for your residential needs. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed.
Selecting the Right Tile Layout for Your Home
Irrespective as to whether you want to splurge on a rare natural stone or plan on sticking with a more classic porcelain or ceramic, the fact of the matter is that the type of tile that you opt for is only part of the process. What most people don’t realize is that the way a tile is installed is as important, if not more important, than that actual material used. At Maxx Tile, our skilled team of tiling specialists will do their utmost to ensure that your kitchen, bathroom or bedroom is fitted with a tiling layout that is second to none. While brick, large brick and stacked tiled options are some of the most popular options that we offer to our residential clients, we also provide a number of more unusual options to choose from:
This pattern is fast becoming one of the most popular tiling layout options we offer our residential clients. A herringbone pattern is achieved by laying tiles at right angles into a zigzag formation. The result is a highly classy and sophisticated look that has high-end appeal. The angular nature of herringbone pattern creates a uniquely dynamic energy. In general, our residential customers use a herringbone tiles for traditional and more modern kitchens.
If you are looking for a variation on a theme for your home then the basket weave tile layout might be the perfect choice for you. Similar to a herringbone layout, basket weave tiles add a sense of drama to an underused room, while also reducing the need for extra cutting of wasted tile material.
While most people think that a border strip is purely for esthetic purposes, the fact of the matter is that can also be used for more than mere visual enhancement. When tiling a wall, our team of tiling specialists will often find that ceiling height is not an exact multiple of your desired tile size. This is a problem because it means that tiles at the top or bottom will have to be cut. However, by opting for an accent border you can correct this discrepancy quickly and effectively without the need for any misshaped tiles.