There are instances where creativity and working with what you’ve got can alter the result for the better. That is the case of Tile Spacers. In art, for example, those who broke the rules and put their imagination to work were able to create new movements that defined an entire generation. The same goes for
Dust seems to be a package deal when it comes to tile cutting, doesn’t it? Even with all the professional tile tools you have in your arsenal, you still don’t seem to keep the amount of dust you create during a project under control. And, although you’ve got accustomed to it, dust can be extremely
Can you tile without grout? Although it’s possible to do a groutless tile installation, the short answer is that you shouldn’t. Here is why.
Wood-look tile is trending, but installing wood look tile can be really frustrating. Here's how to lay tile that looks like wood, perfectly.
As a pro tile installer, tile lippage is one of the worst things to happen to you. That can’t happen with the right tile leveling system.
To some extent, tile installation is an art. But when it comes to tile installation tools there’s no room for creativity. You need the best. Period.
Understand what are the best types of grout for tile installation. Let's compare sanded vs. unsanded grout and see the biggest differences.
Before you begin setting tile, decide which tile trowel to use. What should be the right size? Should I use a U-notched or a squared-notched trowel? Those are common questions you must ask yourself before starting your installation project. Basically, there is not a standard trowel size for tile installation, since it depends on the
Even experienced tile setters fail during challenging installation projects. Learn how to spot and avoid the worst tile installation problems.
Why are they necessary They are needed because all tiles expand and contract with temperature and moisture changes. In almost every case the substrate will move differently to the covering material. The larger the tile field, the more it will expand and contract, and be vulnerable to failure. In 95 per cent of today’s tile