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  • How to Tile: Steps, Materials, and Methods According to Room

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    Tiling is a skilled job that requires a good amount of planning, but we are here to help you get the best finish. Whether you’re tiling a full bathroom, a kitchen splash back, the shower floor or any small areas that require more skill such as a fireplace, we’re here to give you the best advice & information on ...
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  • How to Cut Mosaic Floor Tiles: Best Practices

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    For many years, mosaic tiles have been used as a creative way of creating stand-out patterns and eye-catching tile designs to help bring a room together. In todays blog, we’re here to tell you all about how to cut mosaic floor tiles. We will cover the best practices for cutting mosaic tile, to laying them to achieve...
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  • Can You Tile Onto Plasterboard? Tips and Tricks

    If you’re just learning how to tile then you might ask yourself this question: can you tile onto plasterboard? In short, the answer is yes. But there’s a few things you need to know before you go ahead and start tiling. So, continue reading this blog to learn our tips and tricks for success when tiling on plasterboa...
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  • Mortar Mix: How to Mix Adhesive

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    Knowing how to mix mortar and adhesive is one of the key elements in every tiling job. Whether it's tiling a bathroom, kitchen, or outdoor paving slabs, knowing how to tile with the right adhesive and mortar mix is crucial to a successful installation. We've put together some essential tips and tricks to ensure t...
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  • How to Use a Tile Cutter

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    If you are planning a tiling job, its likely you’ll come across points in your project where you’ll need to cut your tile to fit along walls, around corners or household fixtures and appliances, therefore it’s essential to know how to tile and for this you will need to use a tile cutter.  Knowing h...
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  • Tile Expansion Joints: Design and Fit Them Like a Pro

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    If the tile-to-tile joints between ceramic tiles are the essential elements for reducing the rigidity of a tile covering on its outermost layer (that formed by the tiles themselves), then the tile expansion joints constitute the multilayer construction solution for absorbing the different types of forces arising fro...
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  • Floor Trim: 4 Tile to Carpet Transition Options

    Tile to Carpet Transition
    The transition between tile and carpet is the last step in most tile installation projects. It’s the final touch that can give your work an elegant and thorough look. However, the floor trim is also one of the things that can disrupt the flow of your tile project (apart from not using the right tile installation too...
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  • Trowel: Choose the Right Size For You

    Hot to choose the right tile trowel size
    When it comes to tiling and learning how to tile and before you begin fixing tiles, you must decide which tile trowel you’ll use. And here comes the tricky part: What notch size should I use? Should I use a U-notched or a squared-notched trowel? Those are common questions you must ask yourself before ...
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  • Tiling on New Plaster – Tips and Best Practices

    Tiling on new plaster typically isn’t an issue, the key is to make sure you’re well prepared. As long as you make sure you follow these simple steps on how to tile onto plaster then you should minimise any issues. The planning As it often is when it comes to tiling on new plaster, making sure you’ve pl...
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  • How to use a Rubbish Chute

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    You might be thinking that everyone knows this important aspect of working on a construction or home improvement site, but not everyone understands the importance of something as simple as a rubbish chute. So, whether you’re learning how to tile or a construction site veteran, let’s shed some light on this simpl...
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  • The Best Tiling Equipment for your Projects

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    Tiling is an art form. It’s not about knowing how to tile, but it requires years of practice and a good eye for design to bring the project together. One of the most important aspects nowadays is knowing what tiling equipment and tools are best for the job at hand. One tile cutter is perfect for one type of...
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