Building

How Much Does Tilers Make In Nigeria

Here in this post, we are going to bring to you information on how much does tilers make in Nigeria. We hope you find this information useful.

Beginning a tiling install business in Nigeria is in fact, much easier than most of the businesses in the country, if only you have some years of tiling experience.

As Tiling Business Owner

Before you begin to find your customer as a tiler, which hopefully you will secure them, it is important to get your tiling business registered and become licensed, and create your business plan among other things.

Read Also: Tiles Prices in Nigeria

How Much Does Tilers Make In Nigeria
Tilers’ income Make In Nigeria – Photo Source: https://homedesignersuite.co

Once you have covered all that you needed to do, it is now time to launch out and get down to the nitty-gritty and begin to building a successful and profitable tiling installer business in Nigeria.

Read Also: Ceramic Tiles Manufacturers in Nigeria

Cheeking Your Skill Will Determine How Much You Make

It is true that you have some experience in tiling, otherwise, you would not have bothered venturing into tiling business in Nigeria, but for you to make your tiling experience effective for profitable business in the industry, you therefore, must have your tiling experience and skill polished, even though, there is no qualification to becoming a tiler.

More so, perhaps, you are a self-employed, sometimes tiling projects are most of the time bigger projects, which require the ‘proof’ of your experience and skills in the business.

Owning Your Tools Will Determine How Much You Make

You will requires many pieces of tools to run a profitable tiling business in Nigeria. But if you decides to significantly cut your tool costs by way of sub-listing your work to subcontractors to provide their own tools, or you are renting special tools that are not often required, whichever way you choose will ultimately determine your earnings.

Read Also: How To Start Building Material Business In Nigeria

Nevertheless, always have it at the back of your mind that ownership these tools ends up being much cheaper, while your profits margin rises. Some of these tools are listed below:

-Vans/Trucks and

-Continuous duty tile saw and

-Heavy duty drills and tile bits and

-Bubble levels and

-Carpenter’s squares and

-Chalk line and

-Tape measures and

-Long straightedges and

-Notched trowels and

-Narrow margin trowels and

-Mason’s trowels and

Tile scorers and

-Tile nippers and

-Rubber grout floats and

-Large silicone sponges and

-Large buckets for water and

-Coarse sponges and

-Hire installers/helpers and

Tiling installers

Read Also: Cost of Building Materials in Nigeria

You cannot really begin a lucrative tiling business without employees to help and assist in managing your business, unless you want to run it in a small scale.

However, this particular decision might not necessary be important at the beginning,, when you do not have so much jobs to justify your decision of employing and paying others.

Once your business might have grown to a considerable size, and you want to employ, it is advisable to know exactly, where to find quality tilers and other laborers, whenever you need them, in order to avoid turning down big projects that would have helped promote your business and increase your profits margin.

Researching Suppliers Carefully Will Determine Your Earnings

In order for you to maximize profits in your tiling business, you have to make sure that, you pay special attention to where and how much you and paying for tiles, and tools, as well as, other supplies.

You should walk around from one supplier another for the purpose of comparing costs of equivalent tools, tiles, etc.

To you, saving a few of this money might not really mean anything to you, when it is just little chains that may not necessary carry enough stock of popular choices, but this small, small chains can actually determine your earnings.

More so, it is important to make sure that you create relationships with some outlets that will be willing to allow for you a line of credit, since customers may not be willing to pay at once your upfront costs before beginning the job.

It is also advisable and important to create relationships with at least few suppliers and not one, in case of an event, where your customer get a special request that your regular supplier may not have to supply.

You have to ask about your suppliers’ guarantee programs, and the rest of it, the last thing you think you may want to do is being caught paying for materials that are defective, even your customer will never want to pay defective good.

Read Also: 4 Factors Affecting Cost of Building Construction in Nigeria

Customer Acquisition Is Paramount And Will Increase Your Earnings

You can secure your customers through advertisements, and networking with most of the contractors in the industry.

You can also seek out relationships with other people in the industry, such as, developers among others, and your completed jobs can also advertise your business.

Again, if you can offer your customer free estimates at first with a view to have the initial business, and then switch into reasonably pricing estimation once you get established in the deal, it pays off, in terms of huge profits at the end.

This, in fact, is one of the necessary steps, you have to take toward making sure your value on your time is cemented, as you generate more profits.

Having A Solid Pricing Strategy Will Determine Your Earnings

You cannot just determine a pricing strategy anyhow and think you can make a reasonable profit out of that in your business, no.

This is where your actual earnings are, it determine how much you make, and your exceedingly profitability in the business.

You will try to offset your costs by making sure that you include them into the ‘price per square foot’. You are to charge customers with; tile costs, and labour costs, and job supplies, and equipment allowance, together with tool amortisation as well as, rental costs, including all the costs associated with removing old tile and/or flooring, plus disposal costs that have to do with local landfills.

Read Also: The Cost of Building Plan in Nigeria

Conclusion

Regularly expand and grow outward from your starting point and make sure that, you refine all your processes, as well as, look for various avenues to grow and improve costs.

Continuously make sure that you look for big contracts that will offer you continuous work as well as, negotiable terms that will allow your business to increase its fees as it wants.

Your tiling business can actually be very profitable and successful, and if you ask me, this is how much you can make as a tiler in Nigeria.

IMPORTANT!: Follow us on Instagram @InfoGuideNigeria
Click here to Read Latest School News in Nigeria

Copyright Warning!

We work really hard and put a lot of effort and resources into our content, providing our readers with plagiarism-free articles, original and high-quality texts. Contents on this website may not be copied, republished, reproduced, redistributed either in whole or in part without due permission or acknowledgement. Proper acknowledgement include, but not limited to (a) Proper referencing in the case of usage in research, magazine, brochure, or academic purposes, (b)"FAIR USE" in the case of re-publication on online media. About possible consequences you can read here: What are the consequences of copyright infringement? In an effort to protect our intellectual properties, we may report your website to Google without prior notice and your website be removed from search engines and you may receive a strike. All contents are protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 1996 (DMCA).
Tags

Joseph Athanasius

Joseph Athanasius is a Content Developer at InfoGuideNIgeria.com. InfoGuide Nigeria is a team of Resource Persons and Consultants led by Ifiokobong Ibanga. Page maintained by Ifiokobong Ibanga. If you need a personal assistance on this topic, kindly contact us.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Check Also

Close
Back to top button
Close