Welcome to Tile Doctor Service

Covering the UK we are your local specialist for tile cleaning, stone cleaning, grout cleaning and tile, stone and grout sealing covering the restoration of all types of stone and tiled flooring including Ceramic, Limestone, Marble, Porcelain, Quarry, Sandstone, Slate, Terracotta, Terrazzo, Travertine and Victorian tile.

All TIle Doctors are professionally trained by and have invested it the right equipment and experience to solve any problem, being part of the national Tile Doctor network also enables Tile Doctors to share industry knowledge and expertise.

Get in touch via our Contact Us page and let us know about your problem.

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We can help you renew all types of Tile and Stone including:

Ceramic Tile
Encaustic Cement Tile
Fireplace Cleaning
Flagstone Cleaning
Limestone
Marble
Porcelain
Quarry Tile
Sandstone
Slate
Terracotta Tile
Terrazzo Floors
Travertine Stone
Victorian Floor Tile
Vinyl Floors

Meet The Tile Doctor Team

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  • Geometric Victorian Tiled Hallway Restored in Bedworth 20th January 2021
    This customer in Bedworth called me in to remove a matt tray from their Victorian Tied hallway and restore the floor back to its original condition. The house had been in the same family for some generations and at one point the owner’s father had covered the floor with a thin layer of bitumen to […]
  • Marble Floor Repolished in Wokingham Show Home 14th January 2021
    I had a call out late last year to a property in the market town of Wokingham to survey a dull Marble floor which was installed throughout most of the ground floor. It turns out that the house was only built two years prior and had been the show home for a new development. The […]
  • Kitchen Tile Replaced and Grout Recoloured on Ecclesall Road, Sheffield 12th January 2021
    The owners of this property in Sheffield’s famous Ecclesall Road were so fed up with the discoloured White grout in their Porcelain Tiled Kitchen they decided to replace it themselves. So, armed with new grout and a grout removal tool from a budget supermarket chain they set about the work. Unfortunately, twelve of the tiles […]
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