As the saying goes, measure twice, and cut once. Putting in the time to plan your layout before you begin will always be worth it in the long run and will make your installation look even better.
It’s time for the exciting part! Read on to learn about all the essential steps of installation and hear our expert tips to make it all go smoother.
This step is more important than it may seem. Getting the right consistency and timing for your thin-set is vital to a successful installation.
Thinset is responsible for keeping your tile attached to your floor—so it’s important to make sure it’s done right! We’ll break down all the steps and pass our expert experience onto you.
Your planning, mixing and thin-set mixing have all paid off—it’s time to tile! Read our advice in this section to make sure it’s a project that lasts for years.
Grout is more than just a nice line of color between your tiles. It has the important function of bonding your tile and preventing it from cracking and chipping due to the movement of your home.
In addition to protecting your tile or grout, sealers can also enhance their appearance. Give your installation a matte or shiny look and make sure it endures for the long run.
Caulk is used to creating a strong and waterproof bond between joints, whether between tiles, walls, counters, or bathroom accessories.