Step 1: When installing floor tiles,we make sure all floors are as even as possible before installation and taking on any project.
If necessary our first step is to screed the floors to have an even surface for a picture perfect finish once we’ve installed your feature tile.
As for the bathroom floor,we highly recommend waterproofing to be done in the shower walls/floor tile surface before any plastering and tiling takes place.
This is an essential process for an immaculate and long lasting finish with all our installations.
Can You Tile on wood?
Yes,definitely you can tile on wooden floors.
A process of adhesive slush is mixed with keycoat into a bucket and applied thoroughly across the complete wooden surface area for better bonding of the new tile flooring.
A preferred dry time period for the keycoat slush would take up to 24 hours minimum.
We recommend reading the ratio mix on the back of the bottle to your specific area coverage.
Strep 2: The first question is to ask if the room or kitchen size is suitable for small or large tiles.One’s most quickest way to find is to ask yourself do the walls feel like it’s cramping your space size. Well if that’s the case you definitely got your answer to go with with large tiles for better room space.
At home your wall & floor tiles are visible so it clearly sets the mood while watching TV or making food in the kitchen so whenever in doubt Delco Tilers is a stone throw away for change in your home.
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