Armstong makes peel and stick vinyl tiles that customers without prior floor installation experience can easily install. The tiles have strong adhesive backings that adhere to the floor. The company makes 12", 16" and 18... More »

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Armstrong's vinyl tile comes in a large variety of patterns and colors and is constructed with four layers to make it beautiful and durable. Its luxury vinyl collection combines the strength of stone and ceramic with eas... More »

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Installing new cabinets and upgrading the tile flooring are DIY bathroom projects to consider. Updating sconce light fixtures is another idea. Changing the floor, creating more storage space, and adopting a new color sch... More »

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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To lay floor tile, prepare the floor, lay out the tile pattern, cut the tile, mix the thinset, install the tiles and grout the tile. The timing of this process depends on room size and tile size and requires tiling tools... More »

Subway tile is frequently cited as the most inexpensive type of floor tile because it can easily be found for under $3 per square foot, as of 2015. However, cheap alternatives include ceramic mosaic tile, glass mosaic ti... More »

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To install vinyl tile, draft a flooring plan, cover the floor in mastic adhesive, fix the floor panels in place, and then use a hand roller to flatten out the floor. You need a tape measure, vinyl tiles, mastic adhesive ... More »