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Plaster is a very common interior substrate that generally provides a good, flat surface for tiling.
The adhesive bed performs a number of functions.
Recently, the use of larger tiles has become common practice.
When tiling an area that is already tiled or painted, it is often necessary to invest considerable time in stripping and then repairing the substrate.
Floating floors is a term used for a floor that is not attached to a rigid substrate.
It is important, both for appearance and for safety, that the finished tile surface is flat with no tiles standing higher than the others.
Timber floors and ceramic tiles are not natural bedfellows – tiles are inherently rigid and brittle whereas timber floors are flexible.