What type of tile do I need?
Vitrified tiles are ceramic tiles that have been fired at extremely high temperatures. These tiles are designed to withstand extreme temperature changes without cracking or breaking down. There are many different types of vitrified tiles, including porcelain, clay, glass, and stone. Each type of tile has its own unique qualities and uses.
- How much should I buy?
The amount of tiles you purchase will depend on how big your project is. If you’re building a small bathroom, you may only need 1-2 square feet of tiles. However, if you’re building an entire house, you may need hundreds of square feet. You can always contact your local tile store to find out what size they recommend.
- Do I need to seal my tiles?
Yes! Sealing your tiles will help them last longer and keep their color. To seal your tiles, use a clear silicone caulk. Apply the caulk around the edges of the tiles and let dry completely before using.
- Can I install my tiles myself?
If you know how to work with cement, mortar, and grout, then installing your tiles yourself is possible. Otherwise, you’ll want to hire someone who knows what they’re doing.
- How long does it take to install my tiles?
Depending on the size of your project, installation time can vary greatly. Small projects may only take a few hours while larger projects could take days or even weeks.