Rubberized Interlocking Floor Tiles - Ceramic or porcelain tile flooring is extremely durable as well as a great investment at home. Tiles never wear out, and virtually will last forever if they're taken care of. When you're getting ready to install the tile flooring you'll need to get the ceramic or porcelain tiles, cement backer board, tile nippers, sponges, tape measure, knee pads, tile cutter or tile saw, grout, square, rubber float, chalk line, lots of water, eye protection, thin set, pails, hammer, notched trowel, and nails.
You will need to remove all of the molding and baseboards. Eliminate any existing floor coverings, carpet, or wooden floors. Clean the subfloor making sure it's free of dust and debris. Make sure that the floor is stable and tough. The old flooring should be disposed of, and most trash services don't pick up such things.
Work with a chalk line to mark two lines that intersect in the middle of the place. Ensure that the lines are square to each other (90 degrees). Place a row of tiles along both lines on the floor that was dry. Look at how the tiles are arranged; you want as many whole tiles in the center as you possibly can. Fiddle with the tile until you're satisfied with the way they can be positioned.
Use set to hold your tiles set up. Use a notched trowel. Spread the thin-set only to as far as you are able to reach and lay a tile. Install your tiles to the inset with a firm downward pressure. Remember to put spacers between the tiles. You're able to harness on the tile on the corners gradually to make certain that it's in place. Begin in the center and work out to the walls. Border tiles and the cut tiles are installed last.