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Substrate checking for tiling and wood flooring installation.

The 8 key points you must check for the tiling substrate. Part 1

Good tile adhesion depends on a correct diagnosis and proper preparation of the substrate beforehand. The following description explains how this should be done.

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The 8 key points you must check for the tiling substrate. Part 2

How to check: the adhesion of the existing coverage, cleaness and dryness of the substrate and prime the surface for tiling properly?

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Read a blog article: How to protect water-sensitive substrates before tiling?

How to protect a water-sensitive substrates?

Water-sensitive substrates such as plywood, plaster and plasterboard MUST BE protected from damage by any water that penetrates the tiling layer.

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How to tile onto wood, plywood and tile backer-board?

How to tile onto wood, plywood and chipboard?

Timber floors and ceramic tiles are not natural bedfellows – tiles are inherently rigid and brittle whereas timber floors are flexible. There are many types of wooden floor...

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How to tile onto underfloor heating.

How to tile onto underfloor heating?

Underfloor heating can cause an array of issues if not tiled onto correctly, from cracking due to heat expansion to damaging wires with a trowel...

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