Tile can be installed over various types of subfloor. The most suitable materials for the subfloor are concrete, plywood and cement board. by RONAinc

A plywood subfloor needs to be 1¼ in thick, which is the thickness of two 5/8 in panels. Another option is to lay a thin synthetic lath (about 3/16 in thick) if you don’t want to raise the floor level too much.

Watch the video above for more.Before your start laying your tiles, make sure that your floor is clean and dry. Measure and mark your datum line. Mix up the adhesive for your tiles.

Lay the tiles. Insert the tile spacers. Cut your tiles to size. Cut your tile for drainage.Make sure your subfloor can support the tile, mortar, grout and furniture when the project is completed.

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