Ceramic tile is a common choice among flooring materials, especially for kitchens and bathrooms. It is available in so many types, colors, textures, and sizes that the design possibilities seem unlimited. Despite this wide variety of design options, the installation of a ceramic tile floor typically follows a series of basic steps and ceramic tile can be laid over just about any type of subfloor. It is a project that many do-it-yourselfers can accomplish with a few tips and a little patience. Join the At Home channel’s host, Jeff Wilson, as he demonstrates how to install a ceramic tile floor.
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Ceramic tile has been used as an artistic, functional, and enduring building material for the last 4000 years or more. Ceramic tile is nothing more than a mixture of clays which are shaped and fired at a high temperature to create a hard, dense product. This product can be left untreated or receive a glazed wearing surface.