- Seam Cloth 5″ x 16.6′ $19.99
- Tile Subfloor 3’3″ x 32.8′ (108 sq. ft.) / 1m x 10m $71.28
- Seam Cloth 5″ x 98.6′ $83.58
- Tile Subfloor 3’3″ x 98.5′ (323 sq. ft.) / 1m x 30m $245.48
Standard Shipping: 3 – 7 Business Days
All shipping times are estimated and may not be 100% accurate. Shipping times may vary based on location and order size. Most orders are shipped within the next business day.
TCNA RATED “EXTRA HEAVY”
SUPERSEAL Tile Subfloor was extensively tested by the Tile Council of North America, and received the highest rating possible: “Extra Heavy.” This means you can rest peacefully knowing that the best product on the market protects your residential or commercial application.
NO STOPPING OR WAITING
SUPERSEAL Tile Subfloor and the tiles can be installed in a continuous non-stop installation from beginning to end.
CERAMICS CAN NOW USE MODIFIED THINSET
The unique characteristics of SUPERSEAL Tile Subfloor allows modified thinsets to be used with porcelain and ceramic tiles.
FASTER CURING TIMES
The membranes special fleece layers enhance the curing process. It increases tile adhesion by up to 5 times and grouting can be done sooner.
TIME IS MONEY
The membrane’s unique surface also allows for pencil marks and chalk lines to stay permanent during the layout procedure. This is a huge advantage, especially when time is money.
SUPER STRENGTH – CRACK ISOLATION
Thousands of dimpled concrete pillars isolate the tiles from potential floor base cracks. The membrane’s unique hydrating process allows the thinset to maximize the bond within the tile floor assembly.
COMPATIBLE WITH HEAT MATS
The preferred and most common installation of heat mats is directly on the substrate; however, you can also install heat mats on top of SUPERSEAL Tile Subfloor.
Tile Subfloor Installation Instructions
Press in tile subfloor
What are common mistakes when installing tile flooring?
When installing ceramic tile flooring, there are a few different common mistakes that people make. Some of them are:
- Poor alignment of the ceramic tile
- Installing ceramic tile flooring around appliances and toilets instead of under them
- Not wiping off the excess ceramic tile grout before it hardens
- Not installing ceramic tile flooring on a level or smooth floor
- Not allowing concrete to fully cure before installing the ceramic tile
How do you prepare for installing tile or natural stone flooring?
Prepare you floor by removing any previous flooring materials and also move all appliances out of the room. Once that is complete, ensure the floor is level. If it’s not level, apply a leveling compound. In addition, check and mark the heights of your doorways when installing ceramic tile flooring to ensure that the doors will open freely. Once you are past this stage you are ready to start installing your ceramic tile.
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