Kitchen tile floor are durable, moisture resistant and easy to maintain, making them a practical fit for kitchen flooring. Tiled floors are offered by many retailers and in a long price range that allows for flexibility in budgeting. Tiled floors also come in a variety of colors and patterns, making them versatile enough to go with a design plan
How to install kitchen tile floor for the first time, prepare your kitchen and decide on the layout. It not only means measuring space to find your space recordings and how much tile you need, but also to decide how to lay your tiles and where to start. This is also time to remove all the baseboard casting with a barbell. Do this carefully if you plan to recycle the casting.
Put your reference lines. Decide which wall of your kitchen is most visible, locate the center of the wall and use a chalk line to snap a straight line from the middle of this wall to the opposite one. Find the middle of this chalk line and snap down another straight line perpendicular to the first so that the two lines intersect in the middle of your kitchen floor or where the center would be if your kitchen was square. Have a test drive. Without the use of glue, put your kitchen tile floor along the reference line budget lines using plastic spacers to account for drip lines. This will give you an idea of how the record will lay.