Exciting news and future projects

October 2011

Exciting plans happening, watch this space :)

November 2011

Pipertiling.com supplied our tiling services to the BBC One series 'DIY SOS: The Big Build' to help transform the home of a family in Enfield, North London.

What an amazing thing to be part of and when the programme comes out you will see how many trades come together to help (p.s they really do turn these houses around in 9 days) and also what a wonderful family they were. We are very proud we could help.

Special thanks to "Abbey Tile Supplies" for donating the tiles for the kitchen. 

December 2011

After seeing our local newspaper 'The Mercury' www.hertfordshiremercury.co.uk requesting local businesses for pledges for the 'teens:)unite' charity. We had a couple of telephone conversations with Debbie and eventually got time to visit the new retreat for teenagers aged between 13 and 24 with life-limiting illnesses in Broxbourne last week. Already they have had a great response from the local companies and college, helping them get the house furnished and decorated ready for them to move in.

We are proud to have offered our services once again and will be tiling the bathrooms, kitchen and common areas.To our suppliers be warned we are after help again and you should expect your phones to be ringing this week.

Please check out their website www.teensunitefightingcancer.org there is plenty of ways everyone can help them.

January 2012

A great start to the new year for us began by laying the tiles for "Teens:)unite", thanks goes to our suppliers "Pentagon Tiles", www.pentagon-tiles.co.uk .When we asked for some help they did not hesitate to offer generous amounts of tiles in varied colours and finishes.

The new retreat in Broxbourne now has fantastic bathrooms, kitchens and hallways bought to life with colour and textures. The charity seems to be pleased with the outcome and we are very proud to have been part of it. So much so we hope to work with them in the future.

I would encourage everyone to take a look at their website www.teensunitefightingcancer.org and perhaps volunteer for a fund raising event to help them continue their much needed great work.