Posts Tagged ‘Moroccan cement tile

14
Feb
19

Tile Store Los Angeles – Moroccan Imports

Tile Store Los Angeles – Moroccan Imports

 

Have you ever searched on Google for Tile Stores and couldn’t find the exact tiles you were looking for? Well then look no further. Badia Design Inc. in Los Angeles has one of the largest supply of tiles in the Los Angeles area. We have a large assortment of vivid color floor, shower, pool and backsplash tiles.

Types of tiles are cement, ceramic, zellige, mosaic, hand painted, fez and border tiles of different shapes and sizes.

If you are in need of Moroccan mosaic tiles for your next tile project then Badia Design Inc. is the place to visit. You can pick up locally and we ship to anywhere in the contiguous United States.

Badia Design Inc.
5420 Vineland Ave.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
http://badiadesign.com

 

A Standard Guide to Installing Floor Tiles

Laying flooring tiles is a job for a professional tile person or a really qualified DIY enthusiast because it generally requires unique tools and a particular amount of skill to get it looking ideal. Laying a square or rectangle-shaped shaped tile might seem relatively easy however the difficulties emerge when tiles need to be cut (as they constantly do) and formed around barriers in the room. Cutting difficult tiles such as porcelain flooring tiles or some types of natural stone is a job that only professional devices can do properly. It is possible to hire the ideal equipment but that can be expensive and there is still a risk of ruining costly porcelain tiles with a bad cut.

If you are confident sufficient to install your floor tiles yourself, or whether you have actually utilized an expert tile installer, the most crucial thing to do very first is prepare the surface area onto which the tiles will be laid.

If the existing flooring is concrete then the job will be rather simple – the mortar can be applied straight to the floor and the tiles laid on top.

If the existing floor is wood then the solution is less easy – cement backer units (CBU) used with a moisture-proof membrane are an excellent choice for a wall tile substrate in wet locations and are frequently also utilized in order to reinforce flooring and provide a moisture barrier between the tiling and underlying wood. However cement backer systems will not totally avoid flexing of wood flooring under the weight of really heavy floor tiles. For very heavy tiles being installed over a wood floor a plywood substrate will be needed.

When the substrate is prepared the location needs to be determined and the design for your tile size prepared and defined. A cement based adhesive (thin mortar) is then used in sections to the substrate with a trowel and each flooring tile laid on top utilizing the marked guidelines and plastic tile spacers to keep even spaces in between the tiles for the grout. The benefit of a thin mortar is that it doesn’t dry too rapidly so you can move the tiles somewhat to get the perfect layout.

As each section of floor tiles is laid the level should be inspected with a large spirit level due to the fact that floorings are seldom completely flat. Additional mortar can be used to level areas where there is a slight distinction in level.

For tough tiles such as porcelain tiles a damp saw with a diamond blade is utilized to cut them around fixed obstacles such as sanitary ware, pipelines and entrances.

Once all of the tiles have been laid leave the mortar to dry thoroughly before beginning to fill the spaces between them with grout. There are 3 various kinds of grout readily available:

*Un-sanded – for grout joints less than 3mm large
*Sanded – for grout joints with a width of 3mm or more
*Epoxy – a water resistant and stain resistant grout for any width of grout joint

Picking the best type of grout for porcelain floor tiles will give an expert finish but will likewise lower the amount of upkeep required, and if it is correctly sealed it will last for as long as the porcelain tiles themselves.

Prevent strolling on the flooring up until the grout has completely dried – this can use up to 2 days depending on the density of your tiles and on the width of the grout joints.

INSPECT WHAT YOU HAVE DONE

Begin by laying loose tiles on the guide that you just created.

Start from the center of the room then follow your path until you reach the walls.

The distance in between the tile and the wall need to not be less than 2 inches nor more than 8 inches. If this occurs, adjust the center line that is parallel to the wall by 4-1/2 inches.

USE THE TILE CEMENT

Follow the guidelines of your tile cement product. Spread out a coat of the cement or adhesive on one-fourth of the floor. Use a notched trowel, brush, or roller for this action.

Often cement will dry in about 15 minutes however, it still varies depending upon the temperature level and humidity in the room that you are install the tile.

After 15 minutes, feel the cement by putting your thumb onto it. If it is dry and not sticky, the cement is all set.

LAY DOWN THE TILES

Start to lay the tiles at the center of your markings. The first tile needs to be exactly square with the lines. All other tiles will line up improperly if the very first tile is wrong.

Do not move tiles into location. Make certain that tiles are butted firmly and do not have any spaces.

Lay the tiles according to your pattern. Lay it additionally toward each wall.

For a border tile, place a loose tile on top of the last tile. Include another tile and place it versus the wall. Mark the tile. Cut the marked line.

For blockages: Create a paper pattern that will fit around obstructions then trace the pattern on the tiles. Cut the traced pattern.

Setting up floor covering tiles is easy, simply follow the directions below and you’ll get a tiled floor in no time. So you see, not all your renovation needs need contracted work.

You can find many different types of floor tiles from our 32,000 square foot warehouse:

Badia Design Inc.
5420 Vineland Ave.
North Hollywood, CA 91601

 

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21
Jul
16

Moroccan Mosaic Cement Tile

Moroccan Mosaic Cement Tile

Badia Design Inc. – 818-762-0130 – We have the largest supply of Moroccan Mosaic Cement Tile on the West Coast. They can be applied to many different areas of your home or office such as your kitchen, patio, hallway, swimming pool and many other areas. Our Moroccan Mosaic Cement Tiles are all hand painted by our skilled artisans in Morocco then imported via shipping containers to the United States.

Please give us a call or email if you need assistance in planning your next tile project.

Badia Design Inc.
5420 Vineland Ave
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Tel: 818-762-0130
Email: info@badiadesign.com
Website: http://www.badiadesign.com

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18
Jul
16

Moroccan Mosaic Floor Tile

Moroccan Mosaic Floor Tile

Badia Design Inc. – 818-762-0130 – We have the largest supply of Moroccan Mosaic Floor  Tile on the West Coast. They can be applied to many different areas of your home or office such as your kitchen, patio, hallway, swimming pool and many other areas. Our Moroccan Mosaic Floor Tiles are all hand painted by our skilled artisans in Morocco then imported via shipping containers to the United States.

Please give us a call or email if you need assistance in planning your next tile project.

Badia Design Inc.
5420 Vineland Ave
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Tel: 818-762-0130
Email: info@badiadesign.com
Website: http://www.badiadesign.com

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08
Jul
16

Moroccan Hand Painted Cement Tile

Moroccan Hand Painted Cement Tile

Badia Design Inc. – 818-762-0130 – We have the largest supply of Moroccan Cement Tile on the West Coast. They can be applied to many different areas of your home or office such as your kitchen, patio, hallway, swimming pool and many other areas. Our Moroccan Cement Tiles are all hand painted by our skilled artisans in Morocco then imported via shipping containers to the United States.

Please give us a call or email if you need assistance in planning your next tile project.

Badia Design Inc.
5420 Vineland Ave
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Tel: 818-762-0130
Email: info@badiadesign.com
Website: http://www.badiadesign.com

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09
Jun
16

Assorted Moroccan Cement Tiles

Assorted Moroccan Cement Tiles

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07
May
15

Moroccan Hand Painted Cement Tile

Moroccan Hand Painted Cement Tile

Badia Design Inc. – 818-762-0130 | Badia Design Inc. has the largest supply of Moroccan Hand Painted Cement Tile in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, West Los Angeles and surrounding areas. Our Moroccan Cement Tiles are hand painted, imported from Morocco and are of the highest quality material.

With most of our Moroccan Cement Tile, four square pieces make up one complete design. Whatever your Cement Tile Project is, I’m sure you will enjoy their vivid colors for many years to come.

Don’t see the Moroccan Cement Tile Design and colors you’re looking for on our blog or website? Simply give us a call or email, let us know your requirements and we can special make them for you.

For more information on our Moroccan Hand Painted Cement Tile, please contact us by email, telephone or you can visit our website listed below:

Badia Design Inc.
5420 Vineland Ave.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Website: http://www.badiadesign.com
Tel: 818-762-0130
Email: info@badiadesign.com

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07
May
15

Moroccan Cement Tile

Badia Design Inc. – 818-762-0130 | Badia Design Inc. has the largest supply of Moroccan Cement Tile in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, West Los Angeles and surrounding areas. Our Moroccan Cement Tiles are hand painted, imported from Morocco and are of the highest quality material.

With our Moroccan Cement Tile, four square pieces make up one complete design. Whatever your Cement Tile Project is, I’m sure you will enjoy their vivid colors for many years to come.

Don’t see the Moroccan Cement Tile Design and colors you’re looking for on our blog or website? Simply give us a call or email, let us know your requirements and we can special make them for you.

For more information on our Moroccan Cement Tile, please contact us by email, telephone or you can visit our website listed below:

Badia Design Inc.
5420 Vineland Ave.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Website: http://www.badiadesign.com
Tel: 818-762-0130
Email: info@badiadesign.com

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