Tile & Stone Installation
A beautiful outside needs to be strong and dependable on the inside. Tile installers, tile setters, and marble setters install materials on a variety of surfaces, such as floors, walls, ceilings, countertops, patios, and roof decks. They use trowels of different sizes to spread mortar or a sticky paste, called mastic, evenly on the surface to be tiled. Some of the materials we use are Adhesive, Apoxy , screed, sanded grout.
The cracking of tiles or a hollow sound on a tiled floor is caused by the cement and sand mixture which doesn’t form a level base to cover the entire tile surface when fixing them. The perfect solution for this is to use adhesives.
Epoxy resins are used in the manufacture of adhesives, plastics, paints, coatings, primers and sealers, flooring and other products and materials that are used in building and construction applications. Epoxies are thermoset plastics made by the reaction of two or more industrial chemical compounds.
A screed sits between the structural sub-floor of the actual foundation and the flooring material enabling tile/ stone floor installation on a smooth, level, hard surface.
True to its name, sanded grout is a Portland cement-based grout with silica sand, inorganic aggregates, and chemicals. Best for creating wider grout lines, sanded grout should be your primary choice for most tiling applications since sand particles have the ability to lock with each other to form a sturdy joint.
To avoid the damage to the tiles, Plaster of Paris (POP) is laid on the Flooring and removed after the completion of the job. POP has many disadvantage as it is cumbersome to lay & remove , Skilled labour is required , Time Consuming , Disposition of debris after completion is the major problem , While removing / scrapping operation chances of getting scratches to the tiles. Construction site becomes shabby, uncomfortable, dusty, and unhygienic.