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  • Hi all, after some advice way in advance. We are currently extending arvoss Backnof our house, we have about 40sqm of block and beam on insulation that will be liquid screed. Then when we knock through the existing is timber suspended floor (currently floorboards).we wanted to use porcelain tiles but Firstly I have the problem of two different substrates. if I take the floorboards up to insulate in between joists and lay ufh, I was thinking what’s best to lay back down to tile onto without having to add any extra thickness over the new screed floor if that makes […]
  • Picking up from deanos thread about fast tiling , I would like to set out my stance on costing jobs. I have had a tiling/stone fixing business for 28 odd years. i have never given a day rate for a single fixing job in that time. the only time i have given a day rate is when i am asked to dig up an existing floor and make good. this a complete unknown there have been numerous times when i am presented with a new product albeit stone /mosaic or porcelain and it gets more complicated every year . but […]
  • Could someone give me some advice please. I'm a landscaper by trade and have laid a few porcelain patios. Now I know interior tiling is not the same but would like to have a go at my downstairs toilet floor. House was built early 2000s I think its screed but could poss be the wet slurry with no cracks. Can I tile straight over after using a levelling compound and priming with sbr? Thanks
  • I’m laying hexagon tiles on plywood floor. They are small tiles and a small cupboard and wondering what self levelling system will I use? Also looking to see what primer would be ok to use?
  • Hi, This is for a bathroom (including a bath). I have a buildup of timber joists / 22mm ply / 25mm thermal rockwool batts (with wet UFH pipes running through them). I would appreciate any suggestions on what layer to add next to create enough rigidty to lay tiles. I appreciate that trying to lay tiles with (relatively) soft wool bats underneath is asking for trouble, but the other layers carry across from the rest of the 1st floor and are in place already. I have made sure the chipboard is plane and level by carefully packing the joists to […]
  • My tiled bathroom floor is new but I have moisture seemingly seeping up through the grouting in some places. The affected grouting has taken on an orange colour with crystallised minerals of some kind in it. The floor is wooden floorboards, with some kind of baseboard on top (not sure of the correct name), wired underfloor heating, self levelling compound then adhesive, then tiles. The bathroom was completed in September but as soon as I was allowed to use the shower (over bath) I realised only cold water was coming through. The following morning I also noticed a wet patch […]
  • Hi there everyone. What a fantastic forum. I have taken out the bathroom in our 1930s bungalow. The floor was tiled, and well stuck down. Removing the tiles has revealed a layer of bitumen painted onto concrete. The floor is solid and isn't likely to move. My question is this…what kind of adhesive should I use to lay my brick slip tiles onto the painted bitumen? (I am calling them slips, but my terminology might be wrong. These are the size of a house brick as viewed from above, but are only about 30mm thick). Would any good flexible floor […]
  • Hi I’m planning on tiling my concrete floor which isn’t level. I also plan on having electric underfloor heating . Is it best to use 6mm insulation boards bedded with adhesive to level up thanks
  • Hi everyone! we have this beautiful porcelain floor down – there's 25 square metres of it. It was fitted after we moved in (new build – 7 years ago). This means it goes around the current kitchen – the particular challenge is this; the builders of said kitchen have worktops that finish the ends of each run of cabinets. I am trying to fix this as the new kitchen wont have these as we are changing configuration and worktops. So, how to save the floor and in the process, a great deal of cash. The flooring provider still makes these […]
  • Hi guys, anyone tiled over this product? It’s polystyrene grooved product that heating pipes run through over laid with a metal fibred strong board. New product to me and would like any advice or procedures req prior to tiling. Can’t seem to find any info on it.
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  • I plan to lay a circa 8m x 4m patio using a concrete slab and fixing with tile adhesive. The porcelain tiles will be 1200 x 600 or 900 x 450, I want to use a half bond with the longest edge parallel to the 8m length of the slab. The slab will need at least one expansion/movement joint which will be perpendicular to the 8m edge. I presume that the tiles will need a join that runs along/over the top of any expansion/movement joint and I'm looking for advice on I) how should the tile joint which runs over […]
  • Hi, I’m not a tiler – which is why I have one in working away on my new kitchen floor! However I struggle to see the floor lasting very long due to the amount of void under the tiles. I raised my concerns with the man in charge of the project who said the tiler has since explained that he will ‘pump the gaps with adhesive’. So can someone help me out to validate my fears or alleviate them…. The floor was uneven and a little unsteady previously. It has been ply’d out and a LOT of screws/nails put in. […]
  • what is the recommended gap that should be left between the tiles that meet at internal corners on the walls? Also what gap should be left around the floor perimeter. Perimeter gap would be covered by the bottom wall tile. tiles are 12mm thick porcelain. 1200X600
  • Please see rough sketch. My ensuite is 2×2 m with the door opening into the left into the room. I have a 900×900 quadrant shower with an electric shower. Sink on same wall. Where the toilet is, that's the exterior wall. Window above toilet. All walls and floor tiled! I'm going to revamp it all. Add a thermostat shower along with the electric shower and maybe keep this on the same wall where the shower is now. Instead of kangooing into the wall, I might just batten it out, and either cement board or plasterboard for tiling. The battened wall […]
  • Hi all. Fitting contour disabled access half height , bi fold shower doors for parents. Lining up with shower tray and there's no joist where the U metal compensator needs to be fixed to tile on pb wall. Instructions say drill hole with 10 masonry bit and use wall plugs supplied. Screws are 8 X 50mm The door is bifold ( aluminium frame with obscure plastic ( not glass) inset about 900mm in total with central bifold . Issue apart from lack of joist is that the tiles are smallish and laid in an offset pattern ( metro style) and […]
  • Hi guys A little advice if possible I have a bathroom 2.6 x1.9 on joists 18” gaps New weyroc floor Ufh is on spreader plates in between and a wet board flush into the area So my question is decoupling mat or not ? For this size area is it needed Will there be that much flex? There have been extra noggins put in situ but ?? Porcelain tiles 600 x 300 going down on Mapei s9
  • Hi, a few years ago I used SLC in a conservatory on to the original concrete base. I primed and followed the pack instructions and info I found on here and let it set for a few weeks I think before tiling over it (I don't rush these things) Now the tiles sound hollow in certain areas. I removed a chipped tile and realised all of the SLC is dust now. I have a couple of boxes of left over tiles. Would I be right in thinking I should lift the rest of the tiles in the high traffic area? […]
  • I have approx 14sqm of 200 x 100 ceramic metro tiles to grout, tiles are 6mm thick with 2mm spacers. Would a 5kg bag of grout (Mapei Keracolor) cover it? I've used a couple of grout calculators online which say I need less than 5kg but this just doesn't look enough to me? Have to order this particular colour online so don't want to pay delivery cost twice in case I need more Thanks
  • Morning all Can anybody suggest a decent trade rated tiling shops in the Leeds area? Looking for a supplier of addy/grout etc. I'm new to tiling and i have been using screwfix. Many thanks Ben
  • Hi – I have been asked to tile a kitchen floor which currently has Karndean (Or other such…) type flooring stuck possibly onto a thin board, but it is ultimately all stuck to a concrete/screed subfloor. I've never been asked to lift this type of flooring before doing the tiling work, so… Does it leave the whole subfloor sticky? Can you then tile straight onto that or does the sticky stuff have to be removed/treated? Any help greatly appreciated. Cheers Broughty Tiler
UK Tiling Advice over at TilersForums.com

UK Tiling Advice over at TilersForums.com

We’re constantly receiving more and more content from registered members from all around the globe. The main reason we’re online, is to provide free wall and floor tiling advice to the whole world. This UK Tiling Forum is just one of over 20 busy forum categories.

UK Tiling Forum has been online since 2006. And we know what we’re doing when it comes to tiling and tiling advice.

Which other UK Tiling Advice Forums exist on TilersForums.com?

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