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Urban Tiles are an independent tile merchant specialising in large format porcelain tiles.
 Porcelain Tiles Herefordshire
Urban Tiles are a specialist tile merchant based in Herefordshire offering large-format porcelain tiles for use as floor tiles, wall tiles, cladding and paving. We serve Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire with tiles, mosaics, outdoor porcelain tiles from our Rotherwas showroom.
Our trade and commercial team looks after accounts up and down country, supplying tiles to shops, showrooms and tradespeople from Cheshire to Cornwall.
 Floor Tiles
Porcelain floor tiles in a variety of sizes and finishes, from wood-effect porcelain tiles to marble-effect floor tiles.
 Wall Tiles
Porcelain wall tiles in sizes up to 3m x 1m in a range of stone-effect, cement-effect and decorative colours.
 Mosaic Tiles
Add a dash of colour or a feature wall of beautiful mosaic tiles to your project with our range of mosaic tiles.
 Outdoor Porcelain Tiles
The perfect companion to our floor tiles and wall tiles. Our range of outdoor porcelain tiles are anti-slip, weatherproof and maintenance-free.
Whether you're a commercial developer or homeowner, Urban Tiles have a range of porcelain tiles to suit any design or budget, so if you're looking for a reliable supplier of porcelain tiles for your next project, give us a call on 01432 355075 or visit our website to find out more about the products we offer.
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