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Weekly Tiling Tips & Guides

dot and dab.jpgTo dot’n dab or not to dot’n dab,
that is the question!                    

 

Believe it or not, there is a British Standard (BS) relating to wall and floor tiling. BS

TILE SPACERS – A CLOSER LOOK.                    

 

The main purpose of tile spacers, whether they're being used on walls or floors, but particularly on walls, is to hold your tiles in the correct position whilst the tile adhesive sets. And, of course, they also maintain a c

TILING OVER TILES – YES OR NO?

Tiling over existing tiles can save a lot of work, but it can also create problems!

Picture this – Your partner has finally ‘persuaded’ you to re-vamp your bathroom, including all the tiling, a job you’ve been promising faithfully to do for six months (and the rest).

So, you’re thinking, “This is

5 Choice of Materials

There is a wide range of materials that are suitable for use in a wet room.

5.1 Wall and floor coverings

5.1.2 Walls

5.1.2.1 Ceramic Tiles

Glazed porous bodied ceramic tiles (Group BIII) to be used in a wet room should conform to the requirements of BS EN 14411, Annex L. Glazed or unglazed porcelain/fully vitrified (Group BIa) ceramic tiles to be used in a wet room should conform to the requirements of BS EN 14411, Annex

Tiling in Wet Rooms

1 Foreword

The paper has been written with the aim of providing advice for all parties in the process of designing or installing Read More