Formed in January 2000, The Tile Association represents the whole of the UK wall and floor tile industry under one organisation. It has more than doubled in size since originally formed and now has more than 950 members, consisting of tiling contractors, fixers, distributors, retailers and manufacturers. Its mission is to promote professionalism and technical standards in the tiling industry, as well as provide technical support to both members and their customers.
Why use a Tile Association member?
The TTA will not accept just any company as a member. Each company, contractor and tiling fixer that wishes to join is carefully checked for financial, technical and service standards. For all projects, large or small, you need confidence that the people taking on the job are skilled professionals. Avoid rogue traders. Enjoy peace of mind. Check their credentials and make sure they are members of The Tile Association.
Why join the Tile Association?
Whichever sector of the industry you operate in you will benefit from membership of The Tile Association. Membership can bring immediate cost savings to fixers and retailers, it can eliminate retentions, and it can generate business through the many TTA promotional initiatives. We are always investigating new ways of adding value to membership, such as discounts on PDQ machines. Membership of the TTA is surprisingly inexpensive, from as little as £210 plus VAT for fixers and tiling contractors.
Support for the press and media
If you are writing articles about tiles, tiling or the tiling industry, please do get in touch with us via ( ), and we will be delighted to help in any way we can, such as suggesting people for you to interview and supplying you with topical news. We also have a number of pre-written articles ranging from 100 to 1500 words on topics such as "All you need to know about tiles", "How to avoid cowboys", and "Thinking about home improvement" which you can have free of charge to incorporate into your own work. We can also supply photographs and illustrations to go with them. If you think we can help you, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
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