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
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.
This ultimate guide for grouting tile: get the right mortar mix, apply and remove grout like professional tile installers do.
Choosing between modified or unmodified thinset can leave even expert tile installers scratching their heads. Here’s what you need to know.
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.
Tile installation might seem like a pretty straightforward job, especially if you aren't very familiar with the different types of floor tile.
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.
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