Hartley Tiling - About Us & Our Team


Hartley Tiling have been tiling throughout the Waikato, UK and Europe for the past 20 years.

Richard Hartley has always held a firm belief in providing world class tiling solutions that are designed to meet and exceed the expectations of his clients.

"As a tiler with decades of experience and 1'000s of completed jobs, you can feel confident and assured that the work undertaken will be of the absolute highest standard" - Richard Hartley.

Our Company

Hartley Tiling have a full time team of 6 employees, which demonstrates both the capacity for undertaking both large scale commercial work as well as effectively working in with new home builds, renovations plus much, much more.

Originally from the UK the family emigrated to NZ in 2005 with their two children. Starting the original tiling business in 2006. We feel we have a vast knowledge of the building industry. Richard has been in the building/tiling sector since starting his apprenticeship in 1989. We work hard to achieve the highest level of service for all our clients.

Our Location

Our team travel far and wide for the work undertaken due to our reputation and skills however our core regions that we service is the Waikato however we often travels further afield to Auckland, BOP and the Coromandel regions.

Our Team

Our friendly and experienced team have a great understanding and respect for each job undertaken. Jobs are not rushed, but are planned, considered and well executed.
"Client satisfaction and referral plays a massive part of our business. My handshake is my word and creating stunning spaces that people will enjoy for years to come are a big motivator for our team." - Richard Hartley

Developing Ideas

Proudly situated in Hamilton and servicing the following areas. Rotatuna, Flagstaff, Beerescourt, City, Hillcrest, Flagstaff, Chartwell, Harrowfield, Rotakauri, Tamahere, Cambridge ,Te Kauwhata and surrounding areas.
Visit our showroom in Hamilton or call us today.

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