Amazing Porcelain Wood Tile

Vintage Porcelain Wood Tile

Porcelain wood tile is solid wood without layers. Solid wood floors sometimes buckle or twist when subjected to high humidity or intense heat, while plywood and high density fiberboard do not, and engineered wood is less expensive. Engineered wood can be glued, nailed, stapled or floated.

Prepare the subsoil. Remove all existing fit and smooth the surface. Nail loose nails on an existing hardwood floor. Test if the floor is level with a ruler. Wooden tile from the sand to the level or the paddle in the patching mix to fill gaps in concrete floors. Sand to soften when it dries. Trim the door frame so the new floor fits underneath. Sweep the floor and make sure it is clean and smooth.

Lay 15 pounds builder felt on the floor. Nailing it to the floor with staples and buttocks joins together, but do not overlap. Trim 1/2 of an inch from the walls. Cut the felt with a knife to fit around the vents or protuberances. Place the 1/2 inch spacers along the wall to allow expansion and begin in a corner. They begin to put the planks parallel to the walls on the long side of the room. If you are using putty, put it in the subsoil with a smooth trowel. Use a rubber hammer to make sure that the gaskets fit snugly into the tongue and grooves.