A wide variety of construction tools and hand tools are required to lay tiles. From mixing tools, tile cutters, drill bits, grinding wheels to trowels, joint spacers and pliers. Do-it-yourselfers need many different tools and tiles to lay professionally.
Building and renovating
Professional tools make laying tiles easier
Do-it-yourself is far more popular these days than having one company do various jobs. Especially when redesigning and renovating damp rooms, the advantage is shown when you can use professional tools optimally for yourself. This is also the case if you e.g. You want to professionally tile your bathroom or your kitchen yourself. Adequate tools can help to safely carry out the individual steps of the entire process even without extensive experience. Starting with the preparation of the subfloor and the application of tile adhesive to the actual laying. Tools such as tile trowels or tile hole pliers help to implement various laying techniques such as parallel or inclined laying. This is done with useful helpers such as cross spacers, joint scrapers or special plastic wedges that are part of the numerous tools that even beginners can easily use for the entire process. In addition to applying the adhesive with a trowel and laying the individual tiles, all individual steps become child's play with the use of the right accessories. Even larger areas can be processed in this way in a manageable time frame and lead to a professional looking result that every do-it-yourselfer and professional can be proud of.
Professional tile cutting with suitable tools
In addition to applying tile adhesive with a trowel and laying the appropriate tiles, cutting to size is particularly important in order to create a holistic overall picture that does not allow any inconsistencies. If e.g. Sockets, cables or even bars make it necessary to cut the tiles, so there are several tools that make the process easier. On the one hand, a tile cutter is able to cut the tiles particularly straight and thus bring them to the right size. Pipes that go through the wall also mean that you have to adjust the tiles. This happens e.g. excellent with a tile punch, which is able to break out individual pieces and adapt them to the diameter of the pipe. So it is no problem to adapt the individual tiles quickly and professionally to the respective conditions. The various steps such as applying the tile adhesive, gluing the floor tiles as well as cutting and the subsequent grouting are also possible with the right tool. The grout board allows the grout to be evenly distributed. Finally, the installed tile can be cleaned with a professional tile sponge without any problems.