How To Install Tile In a Kitchen
In this YouTube video, Elite Xpressions Garage Floors discusses how to install industrial floor tile. The loose lay tiles are the easiest to use. These can quickly turn an old, cracked concrete slab into something better.
First, the entire floor must be swept, mopped, and dried.
Begin by laying down the loose tiles and tapping the joints together with a rubber mallet. Install the rows across the room row by row. No adhesive is necessary, and they cover wide cracks in the floor. This type of tile holds up to forklift wear and tear.
A box cutter or saw can be used to cut off extra edges that run over. Optionally, different style edges might be attached as a finish. A team doesn’t have to wait for anything to cure after installation. It can be used immediately.
Loose-fit industrial tiles come in many shades, colors, and patterns. These choices make it easy to redo a room, garage, or warehouse for a different look and feel.
A natural stone pattern is trendy. Tabs can be hidden as well, giving the floor a look of straight tile. These industrial tiles are best suited for jobs that need to be done quickly, inexpensively, requiring a straight durable surface.