Can I put tile on wood?

Answer On One Hand: Ceramic Tile Must Be Placed on WoodTile must be placed on a subfloor of 1-1/8 inch thick double-layered plywood because it needs a smooth, strong surface. Ceramic tile cannot be used a... Read More »

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How to Transition Tile to Wood?

Some floor-tiling projects go from wall to wall in all directions, so you don't have to dress out the end of the tiled area. But if the tiles end mid-floor and transition to wood (say, for a tiled ... Read More »

How to Put Tile and Wood Around a Tub?

Tiling the wall around a bathtub is a standard way of protecting the wall from moisture while dressing up the area. You can normally tile wall-to-wall, but if circumstances require that the tile st... Read More »

Can I lay tile on wood floors?

It is possible to lay tile on wood flooring. However, many home improvement experts recommend against it, according to Wood tends to warp over time, particularly when exposed... Read More »

Tile Vs. Wood Floors?

Wood and tile floors have both become popular options for many homeowners. Wood floors are available in many varieties, such as oak and maple, while tile floors are available in ceramic and vinyl. ... Read More »