We're here to help you get the best possible finish for your wall tile installation. The following ideas will help you tile a bathroom, a shower cubicle, a kitchen backsplash, or just a small space around it. It's important to prepare ahead of time and estimate the quantity of tiles and adhesive you'll need. Draw a level line one tile high across all four walls from the highest sloping corner. To protect your eyes and face from flying tiles and sharp edges, use safety goggles and a dust mask.
The first step in laying a new tiled floor is measuring the space. Clean the floor with a soap and water solution, then level it if necessary. Ensure the concrete is dry, dust-free, and primed with acrylic primer. Always buy 10% additional tiles to allow for breakages and cuts. To guarantee your tile pattern is symmetrical, mark the midpoints of each wall using chalk lines on the floor.