My house was built in 2018, the floor is sheet boarded which I believe to be green chipboard. I am told these are bonded together as well as to the I joists. There is not a lot of movement but I am no expert. So I ask "is it necessary to use a product like no more ply when tiling a first floor...
I have a 23sq m kitchen floor extension to do in 600 sq porcelain. Whole floor is new screed on block n beam. However only new half has wet ufh. Recommendations for Ditra mat over the whole area and movement joint where the heating joins? Skirting is going on top so good perimeter expansion on 3...
We have just redecorated the hallway and have approx 5 metres sq of really beautiful Victorian encaustic floor tiles that have been protected underneath carpet and are in good condition. Reasonable offers please...
Laying 600x600 porcelain tiles on a large 10m x 6m screeded, SLC levelled floor with water UFH beneath.. I have laid tiles to plenty of UFH floors before but this one has the longest length run so far - a run of 10m. The question I have in the back of my mind is whether or not it is...
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I was outside Tile Mountain the other day picking up my own bathroom tiles and found they had a whole area outside with various patio tiles. Some lovely 20mm porcelains. Polished and matte.
I'm searching for 4 x ceramic graphite-marl floor tiles that I originally bought in Topps Tile Centre in 2007. It's 300x300mm and Topps tell me they had this in stock for a few years after I bought it, but that it's now been discontinued. Anyone know where I can get any from please?
I am renovating my house here in Italy, in the spring I took up the existing floor screed on the first floor and have installed a wet UFH system.
This was screeded using a self-levelling cementitious product from Fassa Bortolo called SA500. The screed was laid on the 23rd May to a thickness...
Discuss all types of floor coverings in this forum category. Including (but not limited to):-
Carpets and Rugs
Underlays and fixing materials
Anything else that can be installed on floors
Whilst 99% of our members are floor tilers...
I posted previously about 18 months ago re the cracks in my Travertine floor. Since that date many of the tiles have additionally developed holes. I have attached pictures of the state of the floor and am looking for advice as to a remedy so that the floor doesn't look like such an...
Our builder laid fabulous black 1200 x 600 tiles around our house and also on a large patio.
He used Fast Point brush in grout and it looked great for a while.
Unfortunately, the grout is all falling out and we have never been able to powerwash by any means as the grout comes out too.
Hello, hopefully someone can help me. I purchased Vermont Verde Green Marble floor tiles. It came with no instructions so it was installed like a marble with a 1/4" backerboard, redguard and then a modified thin-set, then grouted and sealed with Aquamix sealers choice gold.
Soon after I thought...
i am new to this forum but after some advice if possible please. I am building a new extension and as part of the work i am knocking through between the new extension and an existing room. Ideally i would like Underfloor heating throughout. My plan for the new extension was pipe connected...
JK Tiling specialize in all types of tile installation. Including Porcelain, Mosaic and Natural stone. From Slate to Marble all the work is carried out to the highest standard, working with the customer to achieve the personalised finish they are after.
Bathroom and wetroom tiling is our forte...
I am looking for some floor tiles that have apparently been discontinued.The box was found in a garage and the info off it is : CERDOMUS CERAMICHE
SHADE I 513 (it was smudged but that's what it looks like)
It is a beige looking stone type tile
I attempted my first tiling job a few days ago in my downstairs bathroom. It took me around 8 hours to get to this point. The day after I came back to remove all the tile leveling clip wedges. I was left with a couple that I couldn't get out, and I also had a lot of adhesive in my grout lines...
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