Tiles are a beautiful and versatile addition to any home and, here at Raynesway Tile Warehouse, we have a fantastic collection of stunning and durable floor tiles available in the Ashbourne area. Floor tiles are an elegant addition to any kitchen, bathroom or conservatory; depending on your choice of style and material they can bring a natural, traditional or modern look to your property and they have a strength and versatility that ensures they will stand the test of time.
Flooring tiles are the ideal solution for kitchens and bathrooms because they don't stain, don't retain odours and couldn't be simpler to clean. We make sure the perfect floor doesn't cost you a fortune by offering a beautiful range of budget tiles, and we're lowering our prices all the time. As a local, family run business, making sure we offer the best rates is important to us, which is why having an expansive collection of affordable tiles on offer is always a top priority.
We have a stunning and varied collection of flooring tiles and offer a wide range of styles and materials. Our collection currently includes ceramic, mosaic, porcelain and natural stone so you're certain to find a choice that sits perfectly within your property.
Utilising natural materials within your home brings a touch of unique beauty to your environment. Our collection of natural stones includes marble, limestone, granite and slate and our range is always growing.
To see our beautiful range of affordable tiles in Ashbourne for yourself, you can take a trip to our showroom and discover everything we have on offer. For more information on any of our services our team are team are always available, call us today on 01332 75 70 70 and we'll be happy to advise.
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