Bathroom Tile / October 11, 2018 / Amie Thibault.
If do prefer granite over ceramics for your bathroom, then go for black granite tiles. Black variants of granite are not porous. This in turn means that the risks of damage from moisture exposure are very low.
Start Installing Your Tiles. This is the last step. In this step you should spread some adhesive onto the floor. Position the tiles and cut them around the corners of the room. Use your gloves so you do not get too messy. Put a tile separator in between as you wait the adhesive to dry up. After that, remove the separator and spread the grout. Let it dry and you are ready.
Measure the area of the bathroom and then calculate the number of tiles required to re-do the area with the new tiles. You will obviously need to cut some of the tiles to make them fit near the sides and corners as the area will not be as per the dimensions of the tiles. While you are cutting the tiles, be careful not to damage them. Get a good tile-cutter for this job.
Then again you must figure out a budget for the project. If you have a big bathroom you will need more tiles to cover the floor area. On the other hand, if you have a small bathroom, your costs could come down significantly. Prices also depend on the quality and the brand of tiles that your are selecting.
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