Friday, February 13, 2015

Contractor Grade Tile Tools For Any Job

The difference between a tiling fiasco and a successful tiling project is the right tile tools.  That's one reason to select the sort of tile tools that contractors use.

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Is there a difference between professional tile tools and tools that you can buy at a hardware store or a big box home improvement center?  In a word, yes.  Whether you are working around the home, installing new tiles in the living room or other rooms, or working on a larger commercial job, it is important you have the right tile tools to complete these jobs. For this reason, it is important to know what tile tools are available to complete different jobs, what you will use them for, and how to use them, in order to complete any job. These are a few of the popular tools you will use, whether working at home, or on a big contract for a commercial client.

Saws & Saw Stones -
Tile saws allow you to cut through larger piece of tile, so you can place the smaller pieces on a tight corner or edge, or to a smaller space. Saw stones will make cutting the tile a bit easier, with the heavy power electric motor, allowing you to cut through stone, granite, and other grades of tile with the slightest of ease. Of course you have to purchase the right tile and stone blades, based on the type of tile you are working with and want to cut through. So, it important to know what type of blade is required, to get any job done.

Cutters & Nippers -
Another popular set of tile tools are cutters and nippers. A professional grade, ball-bearing cutter can easily cut through the largest, thickest tile, allowing you to get the desired size when working with different types of tiles. Tile nippers also allow you to work with smaller pieces of tile, or cut through smaller portions, if working at home. These tile tools will make it easier to perfectly fit a piece of tile you have to cut, whether it is on a wall, floor, or any other surface you are laying the tile down onto. 

Contractors and Tile Tools

If you think about it, it makes sense to get contractor-grade tile tools.  After all, how many times do you see contractors buying cheap tools?  They can't.  Their very livelihood depends on them doing the job right the first time.  Are tools the only thing you need to put down tile?  We'll cover this more in a future article.

Not at all.  You do need a bit of knowledge.  You also need a lot of time.  But in addition to this you need to have professional tile tools available to use.