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, how to tile with the RUBI manual or electric tile cutter, and grouting the
“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
One of the key aspects of a successful tile installation is to get the right adhesive. Knowing how to mix adhesive correctly is important to achieve the strongest bond possible and thus a long-lasting installation. Improper adhesive mixing may cause issues to your installation or even lead to a complete failure. Here are some key
Last year alone, homeowners had over 63 million square metres of tile installed in homes in the United Kingdom. Laying floor tiles is the go-to method for modernizing the look of a home. No matter what style of tile you choose, tile done wrong will have a negative effect on the look of your home.
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, it’s also one of the things that can disrupt the flow of your tile project (apart from not using the right tile installation tools!). Finding