Lay vinyl tile by choosing a type of tile, preparing the floor, deciding on a pattern, positioning the tiles, cutting tiles to fit and allowing the glue to set. You need chalk lines, measuring tape, a utility knife and v... More »

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Laying tile flooring in a warehouse is done the same way as anywhere else. Begin by removing everything from the floor and lay sub-flooring, according to TheCarpetWarehouse.com. Then, lay the tile. More »

Install self-adhesive floor tiles by cleaning the floor, finding the center of the room and marking perpendicular lines that intersect at the center, and aligning the marks. Cut the edge tiles to fit and add trim to cove... More »

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To lay tiles on a wooden floor, prepare the floor, level it, install concrete boards, use seam tape on the seams and then lay the tile. Apply grout to finish. More »

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To install a ceramic tile floor, spread thin-set mortar over the installed backer board, and press tiles firmly into the mortar in a predetermined pattern, using spacers to ensure even installation. After the mortar hard... More »

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Lay tile on concrete by preparing the concrete, applying thinset, laying the tiles, cutting the tiles and adding grout. You need chalk lines, tile spacers, a paintbrush, tile, a notched trowel, thinset, a wet saw, grout,... More »

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To make a tile mosaic, clean the surface, draw a sketch of the pattern on the surface, break the tiles into unevenly sized pieces with a hammer, and use a tile nibbler to make uniform pieces of tile for the border. Sprea... More »

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