Information and advice on efflorescence - a white deposit which develops on the surface of grout and/or tiles.
About preventing and treating efflorescence →
Technical advice for the steps required when tiling swimming pools.
More on the preparation and tiling of swimming pools →
Anhydrite screeds are based on gypsum, and require a slightly different approach to ordinary sand/cement screeds.
More about how to tile onto anhydrite screeds →
Overboarding with plywood using weberset rapid SPF provides a smooth surface that is easier to tile onto than floorboards or chipboard.
More about using plywood when tiling →
Stone tiles are now being produced thinner than traditionally, and as such require reinforcing with a resin.
How this resin impacts on tile fixing →
Ultra-thin tiles can be as little as 3-4mm in thickness, but can be produced at sizes up to 1000m.
Overcoming the challenge of fixing thin tiles →
Agglomerated tiles are generally 90-95% natural stone chippings set in a mould and cut into tiles, and should not be confused with resin backed tiles.
About tiling with resin agglomerate tiles →
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