Can anyone become a wall and floor tiler
Looking for a career change?
Good at DIY?
Have you a good eye for detail?
Becoming a wall and floor tiler requires a decent level of fitness, you may be required to carry customers tiles up flights of stairs prior to fixing them.
Good organisation skills are also required as you will be booking customer jobs through your diary system.
When applying tiles on walls and floors, the fitter will have a keen eye for detail, spacers are used to ensure that the correct spacing is constantly maintained and therefor someone with attention to detail will be perfect for the job.
Tiling involves dealing with customers so good customer service and interpersonal skills are a must for you to be successful in this career.
Tiling can be a rewarding career with fixers earning up to £35,000 per year once established and having the comforts of being your own boss.
A good place to start learning how to tile would be to attend one of the many training centres.
UK Pro Tiling Training is one of the longest established training centres in the country, they provide fast track training on their excellent tiling courses program.
Many people over the years have attended UK Pro Tiling Training and set up their own tiling company, this is one of the quickest ways to become a pro tiler.