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Wall wooden tiles are ceramic or porcelain tiles designed to look like wood but without a hefty price tag

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When finishing floors, you don’t necessarily have a perfect blank canvas

 When it comes to tiles, uneven surfaces can cause all sorts of problems, distorting the aesthetic and prescriptive look of a flooring project

 But there is always hope of correcting these mistakes, so tiling is still a viable option

 Here we would like to present you with a step-by-step guide on how to lay tiles on uneven floors

Step 1 – Check the location of peaks and valleys
Even though we think the surface looks “broken”, it’s hard to tell without measuring tools

 Fortunately, there are several ways to confirm if part of the subfloor is rising or falling in certain places

 The most effective is a ruler – a strip of metal that can be laid on the surface

 Other techniques, such as chalking a line from start to finish, are more difficult to achieve with the same level of precision

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Before discussing how to lay uneven floors, it is important to use a good primer, a solution that binds regulates, and promotes air circulation in the base on which you are going to apply


Installation Techniques
Based on Size and Weight Increase

Other Material
Plaster, Vinyl and Stone 

Highlighted Feature
Long-Lasting Durability

Benefits of Uneven Floors
Promotes Air Circulation

 Something like PR360 Styrene Acrylic Primer is great for plaster, wood, vinyl, stone, or any other subfloor surface

 The primer must be diluted

 Then roll it over the layer of soil and use a smaller brush to smooth the edges

 Let the PR360 dry before proceeding to the next step

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There are many benefits to adding large format tiles to your home

 With less maintenance, long-lasting durability, multiple finish options, and a contemporary style, these tiles are a great addition to any room in any home

 As the size and weight increase, slightly different installation techniques are required

 To find out how to install large tiles, see our detailed guide below

 First of all, before you start laying tiles or even preparing the area where the tiles will be placed, you need to know what surfaces you can safely hold them on

  Some of us have nightmares when your new tile is too heavy to put on your bathroom wall

 Do not mistakenly overestimate the strength of the walls and the weight of the wall tiles

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You don’t want to incur the extra expense of having to buy replacement tiles, or worse, having to repair walls that may have been damaged by falling tiles

 A plaster wall will only support a combined weight of 20 kg/m² of tile and glue, ungreased plasterboard will support a maximum of 32 kg/m²

 When laying large format tiles on a floor, it is important that the floor is rigid and does not bend, as movement can cause the tiles to crack

 If you are unsure whether your wall type is suitable for heavier tiles, ask our experts, who are here to help

 For large format tiles, it is important to have a full bed of adhesive between the floor or wall and the tile to ensure full contact

 This can be achieved by using a deeply notched trowel to stick the adhesive to the wall or floor and applying a layer of adhesive to the back of each tile

Then twisting it into the ribbed adhesive into the mixture

 Large format tiles can be heavy, and tiles are best placed in the adhesive with the help of an assistant

 Tile suction cups attached to the front of the tiles help move large format tiles and position them neatly in the adhesive

The Answer to Two Questions About Wooden Tiles

1: Do wood tiles work well?
Wood-look tiles are significantly more resistant to dents, spills, and filth than hardwood flooring are
2: Are wood tiles expensive?
The most costly floor tiles on the market are solid wood ones

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