Flooring and Ceramics

  •   Flooring and Ceramics
  •   Flooring and Ceramics
Flooring and Ceramics


Gulf Uno Sani Tiles Centre is a division of Al Habari Group which supply various flooring options such as Granites, Marbles, Limestones, Sandstones, Quartzites, Ceramic and Porcelain, and PVC Floorings. We have a dedicated workforce offering complete flooring and wall cladding solutions.

With the fast-paced lifestyle, more and more people are opting for low maintenance and high-class look floorings for their needs. The choice of materials is affected by factors such as cost, endurance, comfort, and cleaning effort. Hard flooring is usually made with concrete or cement, ceramic tile, glass tiles, and natural stone products.

Our solutions include:

Laying screed: Screed is a design construction for installing specified flooring. Screeds are made of mortar blended with cementitious binders or anhydrite binders.

Dry fixing: Dry fixing is a method of construction where individual floor tiles are laid on a bed of sand and gravel, and the design is held together by tightly compacted components. The benefit of dry-fixing is flexibility, and the ability to rearrange if there are any mistakes. When there is any gradual shifts and imperfections, you can easily fix the floorings. It’s also slightly less expensive than the other.

Wet fixing: Wet-fixing is a method where stones/ tiles are laid on a mortared surface. This is a permanent layout. For any mistakes, you have to tear down the flooring and create new. The wear and tear of the floors are less and can be sustained over a long time period. A potential drawback is its cost due to the use of cement.

Glue fixingFixing wall tiles with glue is a new concept and has gone viral. The method is easy and less time-consuming. There are a variety of glues available in the market and we chose the best to fix your problem. These adhesives are water resistance so there is no fear of falling off tiles. Our masons are experienced in fixing internal and external floors & ceramic tiles on the wall.

Mechanical fixing: This kind of fixing is recommended when the wall to be covered is 4 meters high or more. In mechanical fixing, the tiles are glued to the wall and in addition, each piece is anchored to it by steel clamps. A combination of adhesive and mechanical fixing results in more safety. Usually, the tiles have holes specifically created to fix the clamps, with no impact on the covering. You can consult a structural engineer on building movement control joints and on pin and bracket requirements.

Al Dhikara Road Al Khor Doha Qatar,

Call: +974 33261693

Email: Managersm@alhabarigroup.com

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