RONA – How To Lay Floor Tiles

RONA - How To Lay Floor Tiles

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

Tools and materials you’ll need:

– Bucket
– Chalk line
– Electric screwdriver
– Grout float
– Hammer
– Knee pads
– Measuring tape
– Notched trowel
– Level
– Pencil
– Pry bar
– Rubber mallet
– Ruler
– Small paintbrush
– Sponge
– Squarre
– Tile cutter
– 3 ½ in Floor screws
– Floor tiles
– Grout
– Grout sealer
– Joint sealer
– Plastic tile spacers
– Rags
– Thinset mortar

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