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Is 1200x1200 more technique sensitive than 800x800

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hersha

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Hi,
We're looking to have our ground floor tiled.
The tiles are from a good quality reputable company, so should be reasonable to work with.

Prior to engaging a tiler, we just wanted to double check with you pros who are actually passionate enough about your job to be part of a forum like this.

It's a large area, 240sqm

Is the 1200x1200 easier to go wrong than 800x800?
My preference is 1200x1200 but I just don't want the job to go wrong either.
 
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As long as the tiler you use has had experience or is confident in laying 1200 X 1200 then shouldn't be an issue. An area that size may need expansion joints put in on thresholds. Another thing to consider is that the 1200 tile will need two people to lay where as the 800 could be done by an individual. All the best
 

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