I just got done blogging about a few tiles that we installed in a customer tub shower enclosure…but now let’s take a look at a few bigger projects that we have just completed!
It’s not always the most comfortable being on your knees for extended periods of time, but after a few huge tile jobs it seems that I’m starting to toughen up a bit. Here’s a kitchen and dining room tile install that we completed a few weeks ago, and it turned out great. In fact, this was a “flip house” and it sold quick. A few upgrades and modifications – it’s amazing what a facelift will do for a house:
There are multiple steps to installing a large ceramic or porcelain tile floor – and the key is the preparation. It’s typical with most projects, but a level floor makes all the difference. This floor needed a complete underlayment and backboard installed, mudded and prepped before we could get to the tile floor lay. It made all the difference.