How do you lay eighteen inch tile?
I will not explain exactly how to tile but i will tell you that your floor has to be very flat, an 18" tile is harder to install when there are crowns in floor they are not as forgiving as a 12 or 13" tile and you will have unacceptable lippage in your 18" tile, for installing go to john bridges website.
What is the shortest length of wood and tiles that you can lay if you have 15 inch pieces of wood and 12 inch pieces of tile?
It depends on how many tiles of each length that you have.
292 + 3% waste for cuts = 301 tiles
This tile has an area of 1 ft2.
You can lay tile on top of tile but it is not recommended. If you old tile is uneven, broken, or loose it will cause your new tile to pop out, break, or become loose as well. You can lay a cement board down on top of the old tile to give your new tile a secure surface. But, you should always remove your old tile, if possible.
1.78 sq feet per tile.
A square 20-inch tile is 2.78 square feet.
A 12x24 inch tile equals two square feet.
Technically you can but it is always reccomended that you remove the old tile before tiling the new tile. If the old tile is lose, uneven, or out of place it will cause the new tile to break or pop out. If you want, you can lay a subfloor on top of the old tile then place the new tile on top of that. This way you have a solid floor to lay the new… Read More
It is possible but I would not reccomend it. If possible remove the old tile before laying the new tile. If you want to avoid removing the old tile you can lay a cement board over the old tile before installing the new tile.
The per square foot to lay tile in Alberta depends upon the type of tiled being installed.
Thinset tile cement.
The answer depends on the dimensions used for 8x8. For example, an 8 inch x 8 inch tile will have a different area to an 8 cm x 8 cm tile.
No. You can use an eighteen inch tire on a seventeen inch rim.
To find the area of a twelve inch by eighteen inch item, you would simply multiply them together. As follows... 12 in. • 18 in. = 216 inches squared! So, simply, the answer is 216 inches squared!
Hardwood, yes. Laminate , yes. Tile, I wouldn't. you can put tile over it if you put backer board over it, or if you have 3/4 inch subfloor underneath and the vinyl is glued well you can use a superflex motor from lowes. but the backerboard is the best choice
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no the tiles have too smooth of a finish and other tile will not stick to them need to remove old tiles and then lay new
Gauge in floor tile is the thickness in thousandths of an inch. .080 is simply 8 one hundredths of an inch or about 1/12th of an inch thick .125 is 1/8" of an inch so it is 1/8" thick.
13x13= 169in(one tile) 300/169= about 1.8 (amount of tiles that can fit)
Yes, if you want uneven and broken tile. You should level the floor first.
3.5555 square feet.
A 12 inch square tile covers a square foot. Doing the math gives an answer of 750 tiles.
R$10 for m2 (US$4)
"Lays" is correct for the third person singular present indicative of the transitive verb "lay", as in "Lay the tile quickly so that we can leave." A single third person who obeys this request lays the tile.
What are dimensions of the tile? You usually multiply two sizes of the tile (they are in inch so you convert them in feet) and obtain the sq ft of a tile, and than multiply with the number of tiles that you have.
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.
Yes on wood, no on smooth solid concrete
Each tile would be 2.25 square feet. That means you have a total of 1,167.75 square feet of tile.
24x24 inch tile equals 4 square feet 275/4 = 68.75 You would need 69. (24x24 inch tiles to cover 275 sqft)
There are 1.5 times 3 = 4.5 square feet in an 18 inch by 36 inch tile. 18 inches = 1.5 feet (since there are 12 inches in a foot). 36 inches is 3 feet. The area of a rectangular tile is the width x height, so 1.5 x 3 = 4.5 square feet.
4,800 6-inch square tiles.
You can, but you want to be sure the ceramic tile is not cracked or broken, make sure it is even, and not loose. It is reccomended that you you always remove any old tile before tiling. You can always lay a subfloor on top of the old tile to ensure your new tile was crack or pop out.
2.25 square feet
Yes but lay the recommended underlay first!
fifteen dollars an hour
It is not clear what is meant by an "18x18 square feet" tile. 18ft * 18 ft = 324 square feet, so that one tile will be more than enough. An 18 inch by 18 inch tile cannot be a 18x18 square feet tile.
Scrabble tiles are 19 millimeters (0.75 inch × 0.75 inch) square. They are 4 millimeters (0.16 inch) thick.
yes. Clean tile with a commercial degreaser. scar the surface with a hand sander. mop with clean water, and let dry. Install with fortified thinset.
288 6-inch tiles are needed.
Ceramic tiles come in various thickness, a 8 x 12 could be 1/8 if it's a wall tile or as much as 3/8 if a floor tile.
a 12 x 2 inch square tile is 1 foot by foot = 1 sq ft you need 252 tiles
They lay there eggs in 5-6 inch grass!
Tile installation is roughly equal to what you paid for the tile. That will include the labor to prepare the surface and the necessary tools. If you are doing a floor, it might be cost effective to buy at least 12 inch square tiles.
Put hardibacker over the wood and lay the tile on the hardibacker. Make sure the wood is firm and level.
2.25 square feet
4.694 square feet.
36 sq inches.
Thin set mortar? It is what you use to lay ceramic tile.
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The first thing you want to do is be sure that the original tile is secure and even. If it is loose, or uneven the new tile may pop out or crack under normal wear and tear. If it is uneven or unsecure you can lay a sub-floor to give the new tile a even base.