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Tile supplier Co Down

Welcome to Serenity Tiles NI Ltd, one of the leading tile suppliers in Co. Down:

We are based in Kilkeel, Co Down and have a large showroom with the latest trends and designs in tiles imported from all around the world.

With over 40 years experience in tiles William Ferguson (Sales Manager) knows what sells in tile stores around NI and is at the forefront of what customers are looking for in tiles to compliment any room.

Gary Harper is the Warehouse Manager of Serenity Tiles NI Ltd and he has over 10 years experience in the tiles and bathroom sector.  He will be the first point of contact when you call into the showroom and he will gladly help you to pick the perfect tile to suit your requirements and budget.  Gary also can give you a FREE no obligation quote and design service.

We can source a range of bathroom products as well such as shower doors, toilets, showers, mirrors and vanity units.

We also have monthly special offers which you can see on our Facebook page.

William or Gary can also call out to your home or business and give a FREE consultation on the best product suited to your project.

What is the difference between Porcelain or Ceramic tiles:

A common question that our customers ask.  So we have decided to try and answer it below.

A porcelain tile is much more hard wearing and suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, as a result of a more denser manufacturing process.

Ceramic tiles are only recommended for interior walls and floors, porcelain tiles are more popular for people who expect more people walking on their tiles e.g. hallway, kitchen, etc. 

There is an option to have glazed porcelain, this is where the tile has a glaze applied to the tile face in the manufacturing process.  In this case the tile is just as hard wearing as a through body porcelain but the glaze has the same characteristics as a ceramic tile.

We recommend choosing a tile that suits your individual style.  If you are looking for one that will stand the test of time in terms of style and practicality (e.g. kitchen or a busy room with kids and dogs) then choose a porcelain tile.  If you are only renovating a tired bathroom then choose either porcelain or ceramic tile.