Tiles can add a fresh twist to an old, boring floor. There are practical tips, however, on how to install tile flooring properly. Below are some of these practical tips.
1. Making Cuts On the Cutter Board
You need to know how to do this because you will need to cut tiles unless your floor is the perfect size for the tiles that you have. More often than not, there will be spaces in which the regular tile cannot fit in.
2. Cutting Around Faucets, Jams and Wall Plugs
People might get scared about doing this task but once you see it being done, you will realize that you can do it as well. Self tile flooring is usually a home improvement project so that means there are faucets and wall plugs already in place.
3. Using the Tile Nippers
Learning how to use tile nippers will literary cut down on the job time in half. This is a critical tool that you need to learn how to use because failure to do so might ruin your tile flooring project.
4. Installing Backer-Board
The backer board is an extremely important part of the tiling process. It may seem easy to perform because all you have to do is to hammer it down on the floor. However, there are a lot of do's and dont's on how to do this process and knowing these things will save you from having to uproot anything off the floor.
Not knowing how to do the previously mentioned things when you want to install tile flooring might lead you to a lot of broken tiles and wasted money.