>Tips: Calculate how much tile you need?

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Wall Tiles
Techniques for estimating how many tiles you need are to calculate the height of the wall and the height of your tiles. You can then assess how many tiles will be needed to go up the wall (count half tiles as full ones). Do the same for the width of the wall, then multiply the numbers? This will give you the number of tiles needed to tile the wall you have measured. Work your way around the room and adjust the amount for windows, doorways.
Vitrified Tiles
There are many different types of vitrified tiles available. Vitrified tiles are generally thicker and larger than wall tiles.

One of the easiest methods for estimating how many tiles you need is to measure the floor area in one direction. You can then estimate how many tiles will be needed to go across the floor (count half tiles as full ones). Do the same for the other direction of the floor and the width of the tile. Then multiply the numbers. This will give you the total number of tiles needed to tile the floor area. Purchase some extra tiles to allow for wastage.

*Always purchase your tiles in one batch and work from several boxes to achieve a good blend of shading.

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Pratik Patel (B.D.M.)
Shreeji Ceramic Ind.
Morbi (INDIA)

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