Latest from CTD Peterlee
Gemini Tile Visualiser
Our brand new Gemini Tile Visualiser has arrived in store for all of our customers to use.
The Gemini Tile Visualiser aims to assist you with your decision in a way you've never seen it before by providing you with an easy to use digital
feature which can be used to trial over 600 tiles in 5 different settings including kitchens, bathrooms, and living spaces.
Pop in and try it our branch today, alternatively you can use our online version here: GEMINI TILE VISUALISER
Meet The Team
Group Photo Left to Right: Peter Steel, David Forster, Liam Jones,Gary Mills.
Hello and welcome to CTD Peterlee's web page, my name is David Forster and I am the branch manager at CTD Peterlee.
CTD Peterlee is one of the biggest tile showrooms in the North East!
There are over 30 fully tiled room sets, from traditional styles to concept designs.
Approximately 1000 Square meters of tiles have been used on our displays with more to come!
CTD Peterlee also offer
the benefits of several 'end of line' and discontinued stock lines at competitive prices, in stock to take away. CTD Peterlee is also home to a full range of sundry products for all of your tiling needs.
With over 40 years of experience in the tiling industry, CTD Peterlee cater
for large and small, retail and trade projects.
One of our staff (Liam Jones) will attempt this amazing challenge for St Oswald's Hospice! If you would like to help please visit his fundraising page www.justgiving.com/liamjonessahara and wish him luck next time you're in-store! Good luck Liam from all the team at CTD!
We would like to say a huge thank you support to all of our customers who recently helped us raise £62.58 for McMillian Cancer Support during our trade event.
CTD Peterlee Shotton School Collaboration
CTD Peterlee Shotton School Thank You
Mrs Brotherstone from Shotton Hall Primary School visited our CTD Peterlee branch on the lookout for some large white tiles for an up and coming art project which would be carried out by school pupils.
As Shotton Hall Primary School is a local school close to CTD Peterlee, we decided to donate 2 boxes of 250x200 Bumpy White Tiles.
Mrs Brotherstone and the pupils of Shotton Hall Primary School were extremely pleased with the donation and kindly returned to our Peterlee branch with an artistic thank you and their creative artwork which we all enjoyed seeing.
Feeling inspired - why not create your own artwork using tiles?Second
collaboration between CTD Peterlee and Shotton Hall School
Mrs Brotherstone had came
into CTD Peterlee and asked if we could donate further tiles for the children to make a gift for their parents.
We gladly done
this for the children after or previous successful donation.
Here are the lovely gifts the children made for us at the branch.
Product HighlightsTerra Nova
Suitable for both wall and floor this traditional distressed looking tile range is both practical and on trend.
Natural shade variations on each tile make the Terra Nova
range a delight in any room setting.Savoy
A modern high gloss tile range for use on walls. Available in 7colours and 3 complementary sizes including geometric décors & Hexagons.
Our Savoy range is great for adding a new dynamic to any trend setting space. Johnson Tiles Exclusive.
Did You Know?
The case for Peterlee was put forth in Farewell Squalor by Easington Rural District Council Surveyor C.W. Clarke, who also proposed that the town was named after the celebrated Durham miners' leader Peter Lee.Peterlee is unique among the new towns which came into being after the Second World War in that it was the only one requested by the people through their MP.A deputation of most working miners in Peterlee, met with Minister of Town and Country Planning after the Second World War in order to put a case for a new town in the district forward.Peterlee Minister Lewis Silkin offered a new town of 30,000 residents who came from surrounding villages in the District of Easington.Peterlee holds a two-day event called the Peterlee Show, which is held at the end of the summer holidays (usually the first weekend of September) on Helford Road Cricket Ground, which is not far from Victor Pasmore's Apollo Pavilion. A fireworks display is held at the same venue every November.