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Ceramic tiles are durable, can be made water-resistant, and look great. This makes them an excellent choice not only for bathrooms and kitchens but also for virtually any other area of the house. For some, one area of the house that can benefit from great tiles is the stairs.
Using ceramic tiles for stairs isn’t that different from using them for the floor. In general, the process is the same as with a wall or countertop.
Let RRP give you some advice on how to make the most of your stair tiling ideas.
As always, the first step is deciding on the right tiles. When it comes to stairs, be careful with tile sizes. If you get tiles that are too small or too big, they become difficult. Given the nature of stairs, it will involve a lot more cutting to make sure they fit.
Work with our designers and bring measurements. This way, the need to cut tiles can be minimised.
Professionals from RRP can help make things easier, though. We have the experience needed to lay down the tiles correctly. We also know what sort of attention certain types of ceramic tiles require. Our process will start at the rear of the stair tread, working our way forward.
There is also grout. Our professionals know which types of tiles require which types of grout. Some types allow the tiles to endure more stress and pressure. Other types are used to impede water retention, making them better suited for wet conditions.
All you need to do is tell us where the stairs are and what tiles you intend to use. From there, we’ll figure out what grout is needed and apply it.
Our experience also tells us how to handle wooden stairs better. The weight of ceramic tiles, along with mortar and grouting, can place lots of stress on wood. While it is possible to combine the two, we recommend that you reinforce the stairs before asking for tiling.