retile

retile

(ˌriːˈtaɪl)
vb (tr)
(Building) to put new tiles on (floors, roofs, etc)
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Company also does pool cages, outdoor kitchens, and retile work.
IF you don''t want to retile, but your kitchen or bathroom wall tiles have seen better days, painting them is the obvious answer.
It just depends on how fast we can retile the floor and paint," she said.
Scrape out the old adhesive and grout, without damaging the surrounding tiles, and retile, remembering not to get it wet until the grout's been allowed to dry for 24 hours.
The lads have got back together and I, for one, wish them well on their Let's Retile Gary's Swimming Pool benefit tour.
One of the first projects in our new home was to retile the bathroom tub surround.
Locals won't notice many changes in the first six months, but Brown said they plan to retile, add a stage, and someday even have additional stores in other cities.
At East Pool install bleachers on the deck; retile the pool shell; and replace the lockers in the male and female locker rooms.
IF YOU'VE got dated or just plain past-theirbest tiles in your bathroom or kitchen, the obvious solution is to retile.
This is why our simple kitchen updating has inspired us to retile our fireplace in the family room and tear out the master bathroom cabinetry.