Can you put bamboo flooring over ceramic tile?
yes just prep your your tile with ardex
Lowe's has ceramic tile flooring. Walmart and the Home Depot have ceramic tile flooring as well. Several online stores have ceramic tile flooring and other things needed for putting down a ceramic tile floor.
You can put pretty much all types of flooring over the tile as long as it is not loose.
I do not think that is a good idea.The rubber flooring should be removed and then new ceramic flooring should be laid on.
yes you can but it is not recommended to install ceramic tiles over vinyl
There are several names to describe this occupation. Ceramic Tile Installer, Ceramic Floor Mechanic, Flooring Installer, Ceramic Tile Mechanic.
Many types of floors being offered by websites advertising discount wood flooring. A few examples are hardwood flooring, bamboo flooring, ceramic tile and laminate flooring.
Definitly do not do this. Out with the old in with the new. Or only if u have to save money, and only if the tile is horriffic. Would hve to smooth tile with leveler.
Put hardibacker over the wood and lay the tile on the hardibacker. Make sure the wood is firm and level.
It is not always a good idea to lay granite tiles over the existing ceramic tile flooring. Why? The old ceramic tile flooring would have already aged and lost the strength. Since the flooring would have developed cracks and got loosened at many places. In order to lay granite tiles newly over the ceramic tiles, you need to prepare the surface by making it it rough for bondage of mortar, which again further weakens the… Read More
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ABSOLUTELT NOT, the lam will buckle & throw the tile off, carck the grout & generally cause the end of life as we know it....
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You can do this if your current tile floor is stable. Go around to each tile and knock on it, if it sounds solid, it's stable, if it sounds hollow, it's not. Even if everything is stable, I still wouldn't recommend installing over old ceramic floors. The main reason is that it's going to make that area of flooring really high. This will be especially noticeable if it butts up against other flooring types such… Read More
Ceramic flooring tile is durable and available in many colors and sizes. It's a great choice for bathrooms and outdoor living space because it's waterproof and easy to keep clean. Slate tile flooring is usually not as slippery or as easy to stain.
Yes, you can put rug over ceramic tile.
Yes, if the flooring is level, uncracked, and has no loose pieces. You will need to strip the surface of the slate to ensure no residue remains that would not allow the mortar to bond.
the ceramic tile will literally outlive the home. If it is installed right & maintained in any reasonable fashion. there are ceramic tile floors in the homes they dug out of the ash in Pompeii, still serviceable 2000 years later.
Some ideas to consider for building a basic sun flooring are: Resilient Flooring Laminate Flooring Vinyl Flooring Best Sunroom Flooring ideas would be: Porcelain Tile Flooring Marble Tile Flooring Ceramic Tile Flooring Hardwood Flooring The tools required for building a sun room would be Hammer Levels Tape measurement and the materials for building sun room are mainly: Nails Screws Insulated Windows Wood Polystyrene foam
Yes, as long as the tile is not broken or unlevel.
A lot of people use vinyl flooring in a bathroom.
Ceramic tiles are Glass on the surface. Wax would not be advised and might create a slip hazard.
No, but it does have to be smooth, preferably sanded.
Hardwood, carpet, laminate, ceramic tile, vinyl flooring. the list goes on.
Many things can go over ceramic with ease, but the "best" option is one which works in the room you're doing. For example, laminate flooring is most forgiving of the unevenness (groutlines) of ceramic tile and easiest to install - but I would not put laminate in a bathroom (it's not moisture resistant). For a bathroom, the best option over ceramic is sheet vinyl. Be sure to use leveling compound to smooth grout lines even… Read More
There are a number of places where one can find cheap or reasonably priced ceramic tile flooring depending on where one is located. Often the best selections can be found at home improvement stores such as Home Depot or Lowe's but can also be found on eBay or Amazon.
You have to put a cement board like Hardibacker, Wonderboard or Durock over the ceramic tile.
Not directly as the ceramic tiles will soon show through the vinyl flooring. If the ceramics are laid on a wooden floor, you must take up the tiles and overboard with 6mm plywood. If the tiles are on a concrete floor, you can leave them down and lay a latex screed on top to provide you with a smooth floor for your vinyl
Flooring tile cost ranges from $.65 to $3 a square foot with most ranging around $2. Wall tile start around $.50 and top out around $3
Yes you can 'over-tile' using the same method you would if tiling directly onto concrete or dry wall.
First you have to pull up the old flooring. Once you have the old flooring up you have to put the tile glue on the floor, and place the tile on top of it. Then you have to grout in between each of the tiles. When you get to the edges you will have to cut the tiles to fit.
Vitrified tile looks much like a natural stone tile and is often used as an alternative to marble and granite flooring. Ceramic tile look more like a tile that most people are used to. Vitrified is resistant against water, acids, and staining when compared to granite or marble.
Depends on several factors: Type of tile Sub-flooring Straight Lay/Offset Angle, Pattern Size of Job
Grout can be applied over ceramic tile to fill the separations, then safely cleaned off the tiles with a wet to damp sponge.
From a flooring installer, I would say replace the tile however you may be able to fix the scratch with some of the stuff they use to fix scratches on cars....
If we are just talking about the tiles themselves, here in the Cleveland Ohio are for a 12x12 inch tile it can vary from $.57 up to $1.90
Flooring is one of the most important factor in sunroom to increase its durability. Most popular flooring options are carpenting, wood laminate, Ceramic tile, Vinyl laminate, stamped concrete and epoxy/stone flooring. My personal favorite is wood laminate flooring.
There are numerous types of kitchen flooring options available. The range in price and duarability is as vast as the selection. Some of the more popular flooring options include: hardwood, bamboo, engineered, concrete, marble, cork, and tile.
Properly. NO! The correct way to do it would be to rip out the tile and start from scratch with a new subfloor for the sheet vinyl to be installed on.
You can buy ceramic tile at many different prices. An average retail price for 12x12 ceramic tile is around $3.50 to $4.00. But you can find some pretty nice tiles for under $2.00 a piece in places like Home Depot. Go on line and price shop before you make your decision.
Vinyl is one of the cheaper types of floor tile you can use. It is a little cheaper quality but looks just as good as ceramic tile. It is easy to clean and easy to install yourself.
It is best to remove the vinyl tile. If it is not on cement and is on wood you can install cement backer board. Be sure to put thin set under the board. If you spend the money and time to install ceramic tile and the vinyl tile comes loose all that $ is down the drain What is the best tile cement to use and this cement tile can be installed on vinyl tile… Read More
The name. Spartek tile is a brand of tile and Ceramic tile is a type of tile.
You can place ceramic tile on?ægypsum sheet rock. Just be sure that the sheetrock is completely dry before?æstarting.
yes. fashion flooring provides you all facilities in flooring which one you want ? fashionflooring.ca
Technically you can but it is not reccomended. If the old tile is uneven, cracked, or loose it will cause your new tile to crack, break or pop out. You should at least lay down a subfloor on top of the old tile before installing the new tile.
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Ceramic tile is usually cut with a tile cutter. It can also be cut with a tile nip or a tile saw.
Can ceramic tile be installed over quarter inch concrete backer board rather than half inch if the underlayment is a three quarter inch 7 layer flooring grade plywood?
Yes it can. That seems a very satisfactory way to do it.
Ceramic tile should always be layed over a cement-type board or board made specifically as tile backer. Plywood is not moisture resistant and may delaminate.