Wall and Floor Tiling Specialists in Christchurch
LaserLine Tiling is a family business based in Christchurch. We’re proud of the quality tile installations we deliver to our valued clients. All residents in the Christchurch region, Rangiora to Rolleston, can trust us to provide friendly and professional advice. James began his tiling career in 2006, when he was 20 years old in Greater Manchester, UK. He finished his tiling apprenticeship after 2 years and decided to go to work in Australia. After 5 years of working in Australia he continued his learning and gained a lot more experience within the tile trade. He then decided to pursue a dream of cycling overland from Australia to England for a local charity. He managed to complete the 17000km+ journey just in time for Christmas 2015. This was all in aid of Derian House, a children’s charity in the UK. After a short 18 month stay in the UK where he continued working in the tiling industry James and his fiancee decided they’d move back “down under” to Christchurch, NZ where they have been for the last 5 years and are now married and have started a family. James has worked on many large-scale projects since he moved to Christchurch, including The Riverside Market, The Central Library in Cathedral Square and Westpac Bank on Cashel St. Canterbury University. There are also many high-end homes in Christchurch, from Fendalton through Ferrymead.
1/8A Salford AvenueChristchurch Canterbury 8051New Zealand
Christchurch ( KRYSSE-church; Māori: Ōtautahi) is the largest city in the South Island of New Zealand and the seat of the Canterbury Region. Christchurch lies on the South Island's east coast, just north of Banks Peninsula on Pegasus Bay. The Avon River / Ōtākaro flows through the centre of the city, with an urban park along its banks. The city's territorial authority population is 392,100 people, and includes a number of smaller urban areas as well as rural areas. The population of the urban area is 380,600 people.
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