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.
If you’re beginning work on a new tiling project, and it’s your first time working with tile, you may be a bit confused. There is a lot to know about laying and placing tile. From mixing up mortar, to cutting tiles with the Rubi Tile Cutter or Rubi Tile Saw, and grouting the final result
Mixing mortar seems easy and quick, but it takes just one mistake to cause a complete tile installation failure. Learn how to mix mortar like a pro!
Choosing between modified or unmodified thinset can leave even expert tile installers scratching their heads. Here’s what you need to know.
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Whether it’s your pool, bathroom, backsplash, or even flooring, mosaic tiles have made a splash in the last few years. They’re perfect for creating a bold statement in any room they’re placed in, no matter the material used for the tile installation. Ready to learn more and how to lay mosaic tile? Read on to
Learning how to drill through tile is no rocket science. With a little bit of practice and persistence, you can do it like a pro.
Understand what are the best types of grout for tile installation. Let's compare sanded vs. unsanded grout and see the biggest differences.
When you look at a sample of stoneware tile and porcelain tile, you might not notice much of a difference. It’s nearly impossible to see the difference when the tile installation is done and only the top of the tile is visible. Using stoneware tile in the same way you would use porcelain tile can leave you
With the coronavirus pandemic forcing many of us to stay at home, it’s no wonder that we’ve started renovating our spaces. The home improvement boom seems like it’s here to stay, and as such, many of us have turned to larger projects. Unfortunately, kitchen and bathroom remodel, as much more involved projects, require far more