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This family-run business has been providing a high-quality service in natural stone, porcelain and ceramic wall and floor tiling for 40 years. They work closely with recommended plumbers and electricians to provide a full service from the smallest jobs, such as cloakrooms, to the larger projects like kitchens, bathrooms and conservatories. Fast, reliable and always willing to listen to the customers’ needs.

* 15% off labour & up to 15% off tiles via The Directory *

8 Dunmore, Guildford

Benn Simmonds is a very skilled tiler and has been in the trade for 30 years now. Benn undertakes all types of commercial and domestic wall and floor tiling – ceramic, porcelain and all types of stone tiling. He has worked on some major projects for large corporates including Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. Fully insured Benn has excellent references – just two on our website so far but plenty to be viewed elsewhere.

246 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey GU6 8RL

As the Cranleigh areas go-to company for brand new bathrooms, they handle your design, supply and installation needs from conception all the way through to completion. One aspect of the process is finding the right bathroom tiles to complement bathroom suites and other elements that make up the finished room. Their family-run bathroom showroom is passionate about delivering on customer expectations, and they offer free, no-obligation estimates and advice on everything bathroom related.

* 10% discount available with The Directory *

1 Wood Road, Godalming

Very highly recommended by an old friend of The Directory, Graham Sherd is your contact for any jobs involving wall and floor tiling in natural stone, ceramics, porcelain, marble, granite, slate and mosaics, etc., but that's not all. He can fix the tiling for your kitchens, bathrooms, wet rooms, conservatories and swimming pools, and install underfloor heating. Member of the Guild of Master Craftsmen. Plenty of great local references.