Surface preparation: The surface where the tiles will be installed must be clean, flat, and free of any debris or contaminants. The surface should also be structurally sound and able to support the weight of the tiles.
Planning: Before installing the tiles, plan out the layout and pattern to ensure that the tiles fit properly and create an aesthetically pleasing design. Measure the area to be tiled and calculate how many tiles will be needed.
Cutting: Cut the tiles to size using a tile cutter or wet saw. Make sure to wear safety gear, such as eye protection and gloves, when cutting tiles.
Adhesive: Apply a suitable adhesive to the surface using a notched trowel. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for the adhesive application and drying time.
Tile placement: Place the tiles onto the adhesive, making sure to maintain the planned layout and pattern. Use tile spacers to ensure even spacing between the tiles.
Grouting: Once the adhesive has dried, remove the tile spacers and apply grout between the tiles using a rubber float. Clean up any excess grout with a damp sponge.
Sealing: After the grout has dried, seal the tiles and grout with a suitable sealer to protect them from stains and moisture.