Installing Ceramic Floor Tiles In Your House
Ceramic floor tiles are popular and more durable. They also have a host of other advantages. They come with the ability to impact high strengths and weights. There are several ways to install ceramic floor tiles for your house. And here are some of them. First of all, be certain the area getting the tile is clean and free from dust. Starting in the center of the room requires a reference point. This is found by popping a chalk line from corner to corner. This marks the center of the room with an “X”. Measure the tile from corner to corner and mark the lines on the floor accordingly. This will center the first tile. Mix only enough mortar that can be used in a short amount of time. Trowel the mortar onto the floor and set the first tile. Use the tile spacers to separate the rest of the tiles as you lay them. Cut around obstacles with the wet saw and chippers. Allow the laid tile to set for 24 hours before applying the grout.
Mix the grout according to the instructions on the material. Force grout into the grout lines created by the spacers with the grout trowel. Again, only work an area that will use up the grout before it has a chance to cure. Once an area is grouted, clean the excess up with a damp sponge wringing it often. When grout dries to a haze, polish it with a soft cloth. Wait 72 hours before sealing the grout with grout sealer. These are several ways to install ceramic floor tiles for your house. One last tips, always wear safety glasses. And when applying the sealer to the grout, only get it on the grout.