Tiling is not as easy as it may seem since any mistake is visible right away. Before tiles are laid, the substrate must be properly prepared—level, dry, and clean. If you expect a high humidity percentage in a room, be sure to apply waterproof coating, as well. The next step is measuring and laying tiles. There’s a special tile cutter you should use. Tile adhesive is applied and spread evenly, after which tiles are laid one by one, and secured with a rubber hammer. Install spacers between tiles to make sure all joints are equal. Once the laying process is over, you have to wait at least 12 hours for the adhesive to dry, and then start filling the joints (i.e. grouting) with a special compound, which may vary in composition. Check out other advice we’ve prepared, although we recommend you leave this job to an experienced professional. Use our calculator to find out prices of tiles and labour costs. You can also always contact our experts, who’ll be more than happy to reply.