Are large format tiles harder to install?
Laying ten large tiles is much easier because you only must do a little measuring and placing. Smaller tiles, on the other hand, require you to repeat the same process over and over for a considerable amount of time. Bigger tiles only require leveling of the four sides, which may quickly multiply to 24 or 32 sides.
There are no restrictions for interior walls, but some suggest that maximum weight should not exceed 15 lbs. per square foot. Larger and heavier tiles will require anchoring with mechanical fasteners.
In open spaces, large format tiles give the eyes relief from distracting grout lines, making the room look bigger. The visual interruption is reduced with fewer grout joints and creates a more cohesive look. Keep in mind that when large format tiles are used horizontally, they create the illusion of wider space.
Why are large format tiles popular?
But why is it so popular and how can you recreate the look at home? The key reason is that large format tiles offer a no-nonsense, sleek and unfussy aesthetic. This is largely due to the fact that using tiles of this size results in far fewer grout lines, allowing a clean and uninterrupted finish
Tiling professionals are increasingly requested to work with large format tiles and porcelain slabs.
These products are indeed becoming more and more popular and though their sizes can vary, we’re still talking of 1 meter by 3 meters slabs or even more.
Carry system for large slab tiles and procelains.
Ideal to carry large and heavy slab, tile, procelain, marble and glass.
Max Carry 160kg
Suit for working size 3.2x1.6M.
Including 8pcs pump suction cup.
Reinforced Alu alloy body make it more durable and long lifetime.
Carrier are assembled already, just need to unfold in a few minutes.
Various size and type are available.
It also have full range products for the large format tiles, including:
Manual tile cutter
Electrical cutter in 45° and 90°
Tile corner protector
Post time: Jun-09-2022