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 1950s Floor Tiles?

Answer Popular choices for floor tiles in the 1950s underwent a major change from natural materials, such as ceramics, to resilient composites containing vinyl and asbestos. The new vinyl tiles were cost-... Read More »
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How can you place Vinyl floor tiles directly on the sub floor?

Usually. Most peel-and-stick vinyl tiles have a decent glue and will adhere to a clean and relatively smooth subfloor. Make sure it is not OSB or particle board subfloor as peel and stick will not ... Read More »
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How many 9 inch square floor tiles are needed to cover a rectangular floor that measures 144 inches by 180 inches?

2880 exactly, but if this is ceramic tiles you have to account for grout lines. extras would be recommended
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How to Fit Floor Tiles?

When you're installing floor tiles, it's common practice to find the center of the floor and use it as your main reference for laying the rest of the tiles. This is because the center is the most v... Read More »
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How to Edge Floor Tiles?

When you tile a floor, you'll usually tile from wall to wall on all sides, so you won't have to worry about how to edge the tiled area. But you'll have to address the issue in some circumstances---... Read More »
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