Tile and Wood Floor Combination
Tile And Wood Floor Combination – Combining wood floors with tile can be done by adding a statement to the existing floor. Posting can be either tiles or wood depending on your floor and the post you want to use. A cross can be included when you install new flooring or added to an existing floor. You can add a tile cross to combine a wooden floor with tiles by first obtaining the measurements necessary for the post. Instructions; Starting by lay out the tiles on the floor to create an inlay pattern. Use a pencil to trace around the pattern that will be used as an outline.
Cutting along the outline with a circular saw. If you have an existing wooden floor. Removing part of the wooden floor where the ball will go. Install a base of the post thinset if there is room. The cutting part of the ¼-inch plywood the exact size of the insert and fasten it with screws or nails. If the thickness of the existing wooden floor is not deep enough to ground you can skip this step. Spread one even amount of thinset in the post with a trowel. Stay within the marks on the floor, if you add posts with a new tile and wood floor combination installation.
Lay tile on the thinset and use spacers to maintain a uniform distance between the tiles. Before applying the grout, let the tiles dry for at least 24 hours. A complete installation of the wooden floor around the post, if you install a new tile and wood floor combination. Spread grout from the tile grout by pulling grout float at a 45-degree angle to ensure the grout fills the gap fully. Apply a bead of caulk along the edge of the tile and hardwood floors. Run your finger across the caulk to smooth it out to complete the installation of the Annex to the tile.