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  • Tile Edge Trim: Installation, Tools, and Tips

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    The most renovated kitchen feature is countertops, with this being the remodeling choice 91% of the time. Backsplashes come in at a close second at 86%. If you are going to be remodeling any counters, you may need tile edge trim. This is the perfect finishing touch for different types of tiles in your kitc...
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  • How to Remove Tile Backsplash

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    Every year, homeowners spend billions of dollars at home renovation stores across the US. And if you're looking to breathe new life into an outdated kitchen, a brand new backsplash is the way to go. However, you need to know how to remove tile backsplash before delving into your next tile installation...
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  • Do You Prime Drywall Before Tiling

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    Drywall was first invented in 1894. It quickly grew in popularity since then. Today, most homes have walls and other structures that are made of drywall. This is because it is a very durable and convenient substance. It is also easy to produce which is why it is so commonly used in homes. But what if we want to...
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  • 6 Tiling Tools That Every Pro Should Have

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    Are you a professional tile installer looking for the right tools to do your job quickly, accurately, and efficiently? Or are you a DIY'er just starting out in tiling who wants to ensure they have everything they need before diving into their tile installation? Whatever level of expertise you bring to the ...
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  • Building a Brick Wall: Step by Step Guide

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    During COVID, many more people became interested in DIY projects. Over fifty percent of Americans feel like their houses could use some work, but many of them do not know how to even get started with building a brick wall. In this article will explain the steps for building a wall and how to get starte...
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  • How to Drill Concrete

    Drilling concrete is not a glamorous DIY project like a tile installation might be. It's dirty, loud, and difficult work. Instead of paying someone to do the job, be proactive and know how to drill concrete in order to save some cash! In this article, we will learn how to drill concrete correctly. We wi...
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  • What’s the Difference Between Marble and Granite?

    Tile has been an exemplary material for home building. It's durable, water-resistant, and, best of all, easy to clean. Some of the most popular tiling options for homeowners are marble and granite. One tends to win people over in the looks department, but it can also hurt your wallet. The other is the king of durabi...
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  • What Is Micro Cement and How Do You Use It?

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    Are you struggling to build your dream home? If so, one reason might be because of the materials used. You might consider micro cement. It's a new type of self-leveling cement. You can use it to create perfectly flat surfaces. It's used for tile installations on floors and walls, but also for covering furniture...
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  • Installing Garage Floor Tiles Step by Step

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    A garage renovation can cost upwards of $5,000, but DIYing your garage floor tiles can save you some of that cost. Not many people think about new floors as part of their garage renovations, but there are several advantages to upgrading your garage floors. In this blog post, we will walk you through the st...
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  • The Benefits of Using Large Format Tiles in Your Home

    Have you considered large format tiles for your home but thought they might be the wrong size? These tiles are much bigger than the floor tiles you might expect. They range from 12" x 24" to 40" x 120" inches, sometimes larger size sheets. But that doesn't mean they are too large for most homes. It means that you mi...
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