Do you install a bath before or after tiling?

In the installation process, you must first place the backrest board and place tiles on the floor and the splash guard around the bathtub, but avoid the row of tiles that directly surround the tub. Next, you will install the bathtub, level it and connect all the pipes.

Do you install a bath before or after tiling?

In the installation process, you must first place the backrest board and place tiles on the floor and the splash guard around the bathtub, but avoid the row of tiles that directly surround the tub. Next, you will install the bathtub, level it and connect all the pipes. You can install a bathtub on top of the existing tile. However, space preparation is as important as installation.

You must ensure that the subfloor under the tile is strong enough to support the weight of a bathtub. The tile in the bathtub and shower area must be installed and finished first. Continue with the floor tile. Place tiles all over the floor in case someone decides to install a pedestal sink.

The principle of installing tiles is that the tile wall “hangs” above the tiled floor. The best way to achieve this result is to first place tiles on the floor so that the wall tile appears to be “sitting” on the bathroom floor. Separate sink and wall kits are often used to replace old bathtub combinations in bathroom removals.

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