Can you lay tile outside without a concrete slab?

Answer On One Hand: Anything is PossibleIt is possible to lay tile outside without using a concrete slab. The tiles would have to adhere to each other, and the ground would have to be completely level to ... Read More »

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How to Tile a Concrete Slab?

Concrete slabs provide a perfect subfloor for laying tile. Whether you prefer slate, marble, ceramic or an exotic stone such as onyx, the results of laying tile over an existing concrete slab is wo... Read More »

How to Lay Ceramic Tile on a Concrete Slab?

Concrete slabs are some of the strongest and most durable substrates onto which to lay tile. The concrete will last for decades with little or no movement at all. You won't need to install any addi... Read More »

Tools for Removing Old Ceramic Tile on a Concrete Slab?

Tile is a flooring material that is easily adaptable so that it can be installed on top of many existing floors. But if the ceramic tile is original to your home, you may find that it is adhered di... Read More »

Can I Pour a Concrete Slab Over an Existing Slab?

You can pour more concrete over an existing slab if you do some preparation to the original surface. The problem with adding wet concrete to cured concrete is there will be no adhesion between the ... Read More »