Less than a year, all the tiles on the floors cracked, especially at the seams. My shop is small, but I want it to look respectable, and cracks in the floors spoil the whole look. Somehow, I was advised to use a clutch with deformation profiles, such seams are more reliable. Has anyone already done this work? I would like to know more.
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Answered 23 august 23:36
A familiar problem, but I bought the usual ones in the store and myself was engaged in laying tiled expansion joints. You need to decide at first, which ones are needed, it depends on the thickness of the tile itself. A plus the compensator they, too, is different. And read information on the topic and buy deformation profiles can be here I hope I could help.
Answered 23 august 23:40
Please note that such seams will not withstand the load, if you roll too heavy carts. I don’t know how big your store is there, if only buyers walk in it, then all the way through.
Answered 23 august 23:44
Still, it is easier to spend money on such profiles and make suitable seams than to shift the tile every year. So go ahead. Under the link I will glance on a leisure, thanks.