Tiler Job Questions & Answers

Sort by:

Narrow results by popular topics:

Sorry as you find a job in London builder tiler
1 answers - Asked By: kayalibera - 12/18/2009
I would like a tiler to tile around my bath tub to the ceiling I have all the materials ready. I'm guessing it wouldn't take more than a day
2 answers - Asked By: Baby gyal - 1/30/2014
What do you think would be the better job? painting the inside of houses or laying the floor and wall tiles?
2 answers - Asked By: - 10/22/2013
Hi there my friends is tired about tiler job he can earn a lot of money, at 3pm he can finish the job and go jome i cannot understand why!! there are a lot of people wants the same job ! he sai...
1 answers - Asked By: lazie - 2/14/2013
I have2mates who work on the london undergroundfrom 12 midnight to 4 am 5 days a week (ie 20 hours) and take home around £950 a week after tax! is this normalfor tilers?
2 answers - Asked By: JD - 12/12/2006
I would like to have a crack at a trade and gain a recognised skill in my life. Tiling appeals to me. Is the work gratifying? Pros vs. Cons?
1 answers - Asked By: Nick C - 3/9/2008
Why did you accept the job? Do you have a clear route to promotions in your company? Are you happy with your work? Colleagues? What would you do if you could change your career?
9 answers - Asked By: Susanna B - 11/5/2007
My past job history includes dishwasher, sign holder, busser, cashier, skating rink and varities of the sort. I will be goin to college for a profession but in the mean time I would like a stable j...
3 answers - Asked By: - 7/12/2012
I only carried out one job as a sole trader (Tiler) before breaking my arm and then deciding to return to a salaried job. The job was taxed at source. Do I have to fill any forms in before Jan 31st 20...
1 answers - Asked By: Bob - 1/23/2008
Self employed
5 answers - Asked By: claire r - 3/23/2007
3 answers - Asked By: ANDREW R - 9/30/2008
Hi there I am collecting some wall tiles tomorrow for the tiler that will be tiling my bathroom he has said i need to get 11 metres of wall tiles AND 9 metres of L/M what does this mean?? cant a...
5 answers - Asked By: laplandfan - 5/31/2007
2 answers - Asked By: **1066** - 12/26/2007
I looked at my grout after my downstairs neighbour said he had water coming and and found it to be rotting away,after pulling at a tile both the tile and the plaster board beneath came away, I now hav...
4 answers - Asked By: - 7/21/2010
Is it alright to tile porcelain tiles on top of existing tiles?
4 answers - Asked By: terrimccue - 12/3/2008
Looking for work...experienced tiler in or around the city....thanx for your help Thanx Dory.....England.
3 answers - Asked By: Babette - 1/14/2008
Hi All, Just going to give this a try,but i have just moved to New Zealand (Auckland) 2 weeks ago form the U.K. Looking for permenant work here as i wish to stay for good! If your looking for an ...
1 answers - Asked By: rob h - 10/21/2008
Somebody who has done good work for you please, I put this under Bristol UK Little stoke
2 answers - Asked By: dancingcar - 4/2/2007
Ok. Here goes...I am 20 years old and currently work a full time job as a store stock manager. I hate this. I am trying to discover what some others may think might be a more interesting and more acco...
13 answers - Asked By: Crimson - 3/16/2008
4 answers - Asked By: kayalibera - 12/18/2009
Sponsored results
Looking For Local Tiling Jobs? Free Membership Offers Available
Skilled Trade Positions Open. Hiring Now - Apply Today!
New Trade Jobs Available. Now Hiring - Apply Now
We have the job. 1-888-269-3381 Come see us - Look on our site.

Content is not owned or controlled by Monster. Any content concerns should be addressed with Yahoo!
Yahoo! Does not evaluate or guarantee the accuracy of any Yahoo! Answers content. Yahoo! Disclaimer.
For Employers: Post Jobs | Search Resumes | Advertise
About Monster | Work for Monster | Advertise with Us | AdChoices | Partner with Us | Investor Relations | Social Media
Terms of Use | Privacy Center | Accessibility Center | Help | Security | Contact Us | Sitemap | Mobile
©2014 Monster - All Rights Reserved U.S. Patents No. 5,832,497; 7,599,930 B1; 7,827,125 and 7,836,060 MWW - Looking for Monster Cable? - V: 2014.1.40.24-318