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I have a 24 inch by 12 inch viv and need floor tiles of an appropriate size.

What size is appropriate?
What type of tiles should I be looking for?
Where can I get them?
 

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I have a 24 inch by 12 inch viv and need floor tiles of an appropriate size.

What size is appropriate?
What type of tiles should I be looking for?
Where can I get them?
The tile store ? Wasn't it obvious :whistling2:

Seriously though , try the tile store

Nah nah I'm just messing with ya .. try places like home base , b&q , wickes ,flooring companies may give you free samples :gasp: garden centres are good and especially tile stores ( me thinks that's enough now )
 

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i wouldn't bother with topps. overrated and expensive. try b&q or wicked. if you have a tile stockist or bathroom showroom near u, pop in and ask if they have some end of stock tiles laying around, or odd tiles.
 

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Thanks :)
 

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i wouldn't bother with topps. overrated and expensive. try b&q or wicked. if you have a tile stockist or bathroom showroom near u, pop in and ask if they have some end of stock tiles laying around, or odd tiles.
As i said in the other thread, £20 completed my 4ft * 2ft *2ft vivarium + £10 for a tile cutter plus they delivered on a bank holiday as well for no extra charge than the original deliver cost. This was with Topps Tiles!
Considering i dont have a car i cant speak better of them!
 

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My local b&q were selling full packs of floor tiles for 2 quid last week.

Sandy coloured end of line stuff.

Most Topps etc will let you have any broken ones for free, there's usually bins full of em out the back....
 
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