Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, this is a very economic solution as you save money on removing the existing tiles. The trick is to use the right adhesive. Tilefix can provide a technical specification for this application.
You do need to be careful in terms of door heights and ensuring that you do not produce any tripping hazards due to uneven floor levels.
Tilefix has a number of strong relationships with both domestic and commercial tile fixers and thus can recommend an installer that will suit your project.
Yes if you can provide us with drawings and dimensions we will provide a bill of quantities allowing sufficient for cuts and breakage.
We do deliver and this can be organized as part of our discussions and final quote.
Tilefix will provide a complete care fact sheet as part of your purchase. Tilefix stocks all the necessary cleaning and sealing products.
Yes you can use a floor tile on the wall. This practice is becoming popular as you achieve a very uniform look and all the grout line can match up.
Poor hygiene and maintenance is the largest contributor to poor slip resistance. Tiles are more slippery when wet than dry thus care should be taken in ensuring spills etc are cleaned up as soon as possible. Non-slip tiles are available for applications such as pool surrounds and Tilefix san provide suggestions and specifications.
The right type of tile is suitable for external use. There are considerations such as frost resistance and slip resistance need to be taken into consideration.
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It does depend on the job but on average 10%, this would also give you some spares to store for a future replacement.
This all depends on the job, our advise is to let Tilefix provide an adhesive specification which will include surface preparation and water proofing if it is necessary.
Both are stones but are very different in their composition and characteristics. The greatest difference is in the softness, porosity, and durability when marble is compared with granite. Granite is just a lot harder than marble.
In an indirect way you do as we try to cut as much of your project out of one slab as we can to make it as economic as possible.
Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed of organic material such as skeletons and shells of marine creatures and sediments. This material settles at the bottom of oceans and waterways and over millions of years solidifies under pressure.