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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 y...
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  • Porcelain Tile Cutter: How to Cut Porcelain Tile

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    Porcelain and ceramic tiles can often be confused with each other. They look alike and share the same colours and sizes but believe it or not, there are huge differences between them. With that, this How to Tile article, we are here to teach you all about how to cut porcelain tile and how to choose the best porcelai...
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  • Tiling Courses: Best Courses to Learn How to Tile

    Tiling Courses to learn how to tile
    Working in the construction industry is a secure career choice for many. It can be hard to know where to start, but there are many tiling courses available to learn how to tile and kickstart your career.There are a lot of different industries within the construction sector. Tiling, landscaping, plumbing, and plaster...
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  • How to Lay Porcelain Slabs

    How to lay porcelain slabs
    If you’re working in the landscaping sector, then knowing how to tile and lay porcelain paving slabs is your number one priority. Pavestone UK LimitedFacebook Instagram Twitter Having an outdoor entertaining area is vital for those long summer nights with family and friends. Having a patio makes a garden m...
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  • Kitchen Tile Ideas: Unique Ways to Use Tile in Your Kitchen

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    The kitchen is a very important room in our daily life, and can even become the centre of our home. So it deserves special attention to all of the details. Installing beautiful and original tiles can be a very interesting option to protect the wall and at the same time, decorate this space. In today’s how to tile bl...
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  • Backsplash Tiles: Designs and Choosing The Right Ones

    Backsplash Tiles
    Knowing how to tile the latest backsplash tiles and designs is essential to keeping the constant work that tilers need year-round.To make your life easier we’ve put together a list of the latest trends and designs. A mixture of designs that will never go out of style, and modern takes on the classics. There is somet...
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  • Tile Sealer: How to Protect Your Tiles

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    Once you know how to tile, you’ll need to learn how to protect your tiles with tile sealer. A question that often gets asked is if you need to seal your tiles. In this blog we will go over the types of tiles that require sealing so you can make an informed decision when tiling for your customers. Tiles To...
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  • Fireplace Tile Ideas: Designs to Inspire You

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    Fireplaces make a grand statement in every home, so it’s essential for you to know how to tile the latest fireplace tile ideas and designs to keep your customers coming back for more. When planned and done right, a fireplace can add warmth and a point of interest in a room, and by adding tile to it you create someth...
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  • Landscaping and Hardscaping: Everything Professionals Need to Know

    The combination of landscaping and hardscaping delivers an expertly designed outdoor area for domestic and commercial sites. Hardscaping complements landscaping and enhances the whole decorative project. The two combine to provide an aesthetically pleasing and harmonious result, whether for a residential garden or c...
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  • Floor Tile Adhesive: Best type for each case

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    You’ve put in the time and learned how to tile, and now you’re starting to get your own jobs. But which floor tile adhesive is the best to use for the job you've got? Your worst nightmare would be if your client calls you after two months to say the tiles you've laid have warped, cracked, curled, or moved. Where did...
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