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Lowe's: CERAMICAS TESANY Acadia Brown Wood Look Ceramic Floor And Wall Tile $0.99 / Sq. Ft.

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Lowe's: has the CERAMICAS TESANY Acadia Brown Wood Look Ceramic Floor And Wall Tile for just $0.99 / Sq. Ft.
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https://www.lowes.com/pd/CERAMICA...1000274191

***This tile is readily available in my area at this discounted price.***

Glazed ceramic floor and wall tile from the Acadia brown collection is durable and easy to clean, so you can enjoy the rustic look of real wood without the maintenance
Brown Matt color is drenched in a rich shade that brings a natural look to your home
Pressed edges and plank shape feature moderate shade variation to create the authentic look of real wood
PEI rating of 3 for light to moderate traffic is perfect for residential use
Semi-vitreous, medium density tile absorbs between 3% and 7% water and is designed for indoor use
Textured surface is antibacterial and provides traction for safe use in bathrooms and kitchens
Chemical resistance protects against staining and damage
Install with thinset mortar on clean, level floors for best results
Individual 24.06-in L x 8-in W x 8.1mm thick tile covers 1.33-sq ft

Overall rating of 5/ 5 stars, with 100% of reviewers recommending this tile.


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Oh snap, I'm moving in 3 weeks and need to redo floors on the whole 2nd level. This could be perfect, thanks OP!
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These tiles were $0.89/sq ft during labor day sale. Will probably go back to 0.89 for black Friday.
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These tiles were $0.89/sq ft during labor day sale. Will probably go back to 0.89 for black Friday.
Yeah it seems like this is just something on sale because it says "New Lower Price". I do still love whenever Rokket posts a clearance Lowe's deal
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Tempted to replace laminate with this stuff if it isn't too complicated
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Our community has rated this post as helpful. If you agree, why not rep ionlyplaybops2?
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Tempted to replace laminate with this stuff if it isn't too complicated
If you've never done tile, start with a closet or something so you can learn from your mistakes. I recommend 1/8 grout lines. I finally got the hang on it on the 3rd room I did. Just be sure to align your tile with the tile next to it, and use a 4 foot level to make sure every tile is perfectly level with its neighbor, or your next row will have lippage. That's where I F'ed up on my first room. Don't start in a low spot, or you will end up with lippage. A perfectly level floor would make things a lot easier. Use a 1/2 inch by 1/2 inch trowel on these! (On clearance at Lowe's)
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If you've never done tile, start with a closet or something so you can learn from your mistakes. I recommend 1/8 grout lines. I finally got the hang on it on the 3rd room I did. Just be sure to align your tile with the tile next to it, and use a 4 foot level to make sure every tile is perfectly level with its neighbor, or your next row will have lippage. That's where I F'ed up on my first room. Don't start in a low spot, or you will end up with lippage. A perfectly level floor would make things a lot easier. Use a 1/2 inch by 1/2 inch trowel on these! (On clearance at Lowe's)
Yes, I second this . I started out in the bed rooms and by the time I moved out to the living room .....I was a pro . I did the entire house 1700sf in 8 weekends.
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I did tile once and hated it with a deep passion...and it didn't turn out well Frown
I'd rather pay someone
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Thanks for the posting. Guess I'll keep looking.
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If you've never done tile, start with a closet or something so you can learn from your mistakes. I recommend 1/8 grout lines. I finally got the hang on it on the 3rd room I did. Just be sure to align your tile with the tile next to it, and use a 4 foot level to make sure every tile is perfectly level with its neighbor, or your next row will have lippage. That's where I F'ed up on my first room. Don't start in a low spot, or you will end up with lippage. A perfectly level floor would make things a lot easier. Use a 1/2 inch by 1/2 inch trowel on these! (On clearance at Lowe's)
i'm using 3/16..does this prevent lippage more or show less mistakes? also I was told to not offset the tile 50% but like 30%
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i'm using 3/16..does this prevent lippage more or show less mistakes? also I was told to not offset the tile 50% but like 30%
Yes, the 1/2 will give you a thicker layer of thinset under the tile so you have more room to make adjustments for slight imperfections in the floor. They say to use 1/2 for any tile that's over 15 inches (or was it 16?) on any dimension. Also use large format mortar. When you use 3/16, you will probably find the tile is way too close to the floor. The tile will hug the floor and any imperfections in the floor will cause lippage. I made this mistake in the first room I did.

The 1/3 rule is to help disguise any slight warping caused by the tile manufacturing process.
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Earlier this year I used wood-look porcelain planks to cover a concrete floor. The tiles were a bit longer than the tiles in this deal, just FYI. I offset the tiles by ~33% (eyeballing it) and I used 1/8" spacers. I think people tend to like thinner grout lines (1/16") so the floor looks more like wood than tile. However, if your floor is not perfectly level, you'll want a thicker grout line to be able to minimize lippage (which is the height variation between tiles). Hope this helps! I love these "technical" conversations. Smilie
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Yes, the 1/2 will give you a thicker layer of thinset under the tile so you have more room to make adjustments for slight imperfections in the floor. They say to use 1/2 for any tile that's over 15 inches (or was it 16?) on any dimension. Also use large format mortar. When you use 3/16, you will probably find the tile is way too close to the floor. The tile will hug the floor and any imperfections in the floor will cause lippage. I made this mistake in the first room I did.

The 1/3 rule is to help disguise any slight warping caused by the tile manufacturing process.
the 3/16 i was mentioning was the grout lines..i was using 3/16 spacers . I got the 1/2 trowel, so I should be good!
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anyone knows if theres still ways to get lowes coupons? tia
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Any good deals on wooden/vinyl flooring tiles ?
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