Tips & Tricks

Wood-look Tile Flooring: How to Lay Tile

“How to lay tile that looks like wood?” Is that even a hot topic to write an article about? Well, the truth is that wood-look ceramic tiles have become increasingly popular in recent years. And it’s easy to see why. As much class and sophistication wood flooring can bring to a home, the truth is

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Our Top Tips For Using Tile Spacers Effectively

If you’re beginning work on a new tiling project, and it’s your first time working with tiles, you may be a bit confused. There is a lot to know about laying and placing tiles. From mixing up tile adhesive and grouts, to cutting tiles with the Rubi manual or electric tile cutter, and grouting the

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Sanded VS Unsanded Grout – The 4 Biggest Differences That Matter

Most tiling specialists have an intimate knowledge about the difference between sanded VS unsanded grout. But even some experienced general contractors are still unsure about the differences between the two most common grouting materials. So, to help you take a side in the sanded VS unsanded grout debate, we’ve put together this guide. Whether your

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Don’t Break It: How to Drill through Tiles in 7 Easy Steps

You better know how to drill through tile perfectly, even though you think you’ve completed yet another successful tiling project. The design is exquisite, the tiles are perfectly cut, and everything lays evenly. It’s quite the piece of art. But, your job is not ready yet. Now comes the part that could potentially damage all your hard work: drilling

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Care and maintenance of your RUBI manual cutter

Which are the tips and tricks to get the maximum quality and durability of your RUBI manual cutters One of the aspects that the ceramic tile fixer has very clear, is that the acquisition of a manual RUBI cutter is a safe investment. Not only for the quality and profitability of the tool, but also

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How to design and fit movement joints

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 movement joints constitute the multilayer construction solution for absorbing the different types of forces arising from the movements generated in the substrates and/or the

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