www.doityourself.com/forum/wallflooring Feb 08, 2013 0183 32drywall first, or tile/hardie board ive made a laundry room were divided my dining room. i have stud walls and advantech floor right now. my question is should put hardie board and tile down then drywall or should i drywall then put down hardie board and tile
homeguides.sfgate.com/orderfinishgutted Dec 10, 2018 0183 32Opt for floor installation first because its often a messy process. A gutted room eliminates much of the dirt and grime associated with removing old carpet, tile or wood flooring.
www.hunker.com/13400865/howtofinishthe UseConstructionFeaturesExamplePreventionRemodeling a bathroom often requires cement backer board be installed as a substrate for tile or another wall covering in a tub surround or other area that is exposed to large amounts of moisture. At some point along the wall, the cement backer board will meet with the drywall used in the rest of the room. This joint needs to be flush and smooth in order for the tile or other wall covering to be installed correctly and to create a professiohunker.com
uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/indexqid 2007/12/13 0183 32You can tile over sheetrock, but if it is painted with a paint with gloss, you need to sand the wall to remove the gloss first. If the tile is above the tub where it will be wet on a regular basis, you should replace the sheetrock
www.moneypit.com/tilingoversheetrock I am going to be tiling a small bathroom that has sheetrock. FIRST TIMER DIYR It will not be around the back of a shower/tub as its fully enclosed. But the wall that joins it I will be tiling with a tile that has glass and rock in it. It will only go 42 inches up the wall and will also go above the vanity.
www.usg.com/content/usgcom/en/products/walls/drywall.htmlDrywall Materials. USG is your source for gypsum board products. As the leading gypsum board manufacturers in the industry, our USG Sheetrock 174 drywall and Durock 174 drywall brands are just two examples of the quality that we can offer projects.
www.reddit.com/r/HomeImprovement/comments/ What comes first Sheetrock, then floor Floor then Sheetrock And, would it be a bad idea to replace Sheetrock in hallway without doing the hallway floor The hallway extends into a carpeted living room that we eventually want to put Seven Trust down hallway and living room would be the same , so we cant decide if we should do the hallway
familyhandyman.com 8250 32Home 8250 32House and Components 8250 32Fixtures 8250 32Showers2019/03/20 0183 32This leaves the walls along the front of the tub vulnerable to water damage, and doesnt look as finished as tile extending to the floor. Get more tips on how to lay out tile here .
www.usg.com/ /sheetrockfirstcoatprimer.htmlSheetrock 174 Brand First Coat Primer is an easytoapply drywall finishing primer that is designed for preparing new interior walls and ceilings. Sheetrock 174 Brand First Coat Primer USG Easy to apply by brush, roller or sprayer and covers approximately 180200 sq. ft. per gallon.
www.thespruce.com/showerorbathtile Drywall: It takes just a little moisture for drywalls paper facing to disintegrate and turn moldy. Even a tiny amount of water introduced through a crack or hole in the tile will expand once it hits the moisturehungry paper facing and gypsum core of the drywall. Because paper is an organic product, it
www.familyhandyman.com/project/grouting Always grout the walls first for this how to grout tile project, and after theyre finished, the floor. Thatll keep you from messing up a finished floor. Apply the grout diagonally across the tile joints to squish the grout into the joints Photo 5 .
www.reliableremodeler.com/ask/orderinstallationsbathroomremodelSep 07, 2011 0183 326 Tile the floors, making sure to first install the appropriate cement backer board for the tile which you have selected. After the tile is installed, you can grout and seal it according to the manufacturers specifi ions.
answers.yahoo.com/question/indexqid Oct 11, 2007 0183 32If you are tiling a floor osb board first than 1/4quot hardibacker . If around a tub area wall use 1/2quot hardibacker onlyno need to double up your work , also sheetrock could rot from getting wet. Also do not use durock and hardibacker together, no need to and put up your sheetrock before installing the hardibacker on the floor
www.diychatroom.com/f5/drywallfirsttilefirst22768Mar 29, 2009 0183 32Just to resurrect this thread, if I am installing drywall on a concrete floor before the tile do I let the drywall sit on the floor or raise it just a hair off of the floor. Yes, leave a gap. If you start from the ceiling you should end up with a natural gap between wall/floor anyway.
www.thespruce.com/tilemortarguidethinset 2020/03/04 0183 32Because thinset is not affected by moisture, it is best for floor tile and any tile in wet areas, including shower floors, walls, and ceilings and tub surrounds. Since thinset tile mortar may crack, you may wish to mix it with a special latex additive to increase its strength.
www.hanseceramictile.com/news/171doyou If the floor tiles are to be laid first, you need to wait for the floor tiles to dry out before pasting the wall tiles. Therefore, from the perspective of time, it can save time and improve the decoration efficiency to stick wall tiles first in the bathroom.
theflooring .com/blog/isitbetterto The ideal is to first do any prep work to the walls e.g.ripping up wall paper, sanding and patching walls, etc. The reason for that is that this can damage the floors. Also, its often better to paint the ceilings first, especially given that the ladders will rest on the floors. From there, you should rip up the floors.
forum.thaivisa.com/topic/654257laytileson 2013/07/18 0183 32Lay tile, then paint ..or paint first, then lay tile. Either way will work but I think their would be less cleanup/retouch rework and the total job get done faster if laying tile first and then painting.
www.johnbridge.com/vbulletin/archive/index.php/t So what is the standard for setting tile over new drywall in the dry area of a bathroom The entire floor is waterproofed and kerdi band is run about 2quot up all walls. Should I prime first, waterproof all walls behind the tile, or just set
diy.stackexchange.com/questions/86419/can Float the framed wall about 1.5 inches off that plate usine 6quot galvanized ardox spikes predrill . After that install your sub floor leaving a gap of 1/2 to 3/4 inch to the perimeter plate all the way around. After that, lay out your interior walls and float them on the sub floor.
www.homedepot.com/c/ah/howtoinstalla Whenever youre laying tile on a wood subfloor, you need to first install cement backerboard to prevent leaks and water damage. Unlike wood or drywall subsurfaces, cement backerboard will not rot, warp or grow mold and mildew when exposed to water. Never install new tiles over existing tiles or onto an unprotected wood or plywood floor.
www.reddit.com/ /drywall or tile firstAug 18, 2008 0183 32As I progress finishing my basement Im coming up on the point where its time to start putting down tile for the floor or putting up drywall on the walls. However when I think about it, Im not sure which comes first. Does the drywall go to the concrete floor, or does the tile go to the base studsTop responses100 you must drywall first. The dust from sanding the dry wall will discolor your grout joints. Even if you cover up the floor, dust will still make its way into the read more3 votesPersonally I dont think it matters, youll probably be putting baseboard or quarterround around the base of the walls to cover the join anyway. read more1 vote
www.finehomebuilding.com/forum/drywall Jul 23, 2007 0183 32Normally you do the ceiling first, then the walls are shoved up to butt against the ceiling. This is especially useful in the top floor of a trussroofed house, as it allows the edges of the ceiling to be left loose no screws within about 16 inches of the edge , so that truss uplift doesnt cause cracking at the wall/ceiling joint.
www.theflooringlady.com/tilingashowerfloororwallfirstNov 21, 2019 0183 32The wall tiles should overlap the floor. And, that cant happen if the wall tiles are already installed. At least, not without some careful planning first. However, professional tilers will disagree with this. If you tile the floor first you may accidentally damage the new floor by dropping things on it. This may result in cracked tile.
homeguides.sfgate.com/shoulddrywallhung Dec 09, 2018 0183 32After the drywall is on, taped and painted, its time to install the finish flooring. Carpet, vinyl, tile or Seven Trust installs on top of the subfloor for a finished look.
www.placemakers.co.nz/media/10758/tiling floors.pdfof tile at each end, giving a more attractive effect. See Illustration 2a and 2b . Tiling interior walls and floors Tiling demands patience and precision. This pamphlet takes you through the process for tiling ordinary interior walls
www.scotthallremodeling.com/newsarticles/ Apr 19, 2012 0183 32By far the most common problem I have encountered has been tile installed over drywall in shower/wet areas. This is the case so much of the time that when people tell me on the phone that they have tiles they can push in with their hands in the shower, or that the tiles are falling off the wall or seem squishy, I immediately get the image
renovateforum.com 8250 32Forum 8250 32Home Renovation 8250 32Tiling2010/05/24 0183 32I know this has been asked before and the standard answer is to tile the walls first but leave the bottom row of tiles until after the floor is tiled. However I have only found one reason for this order of work and that was to avoid water pooling in the floor edge grout and possibly leaking through if the floor was tiled last.
www.houzz.com/ /shouldipaintortilefirst2020/10/11 0183 32I paint first too, cause I am a messy painter. I might do trim later. I just paint a tiny way into my anticipated tile field. I painted before my kitchen cabinets went in and was so happy I did. I just had to do a few brush touch
reviewhomedecor.co/shouldyoutilea Oct 25, 2018 0183 32Do you tile the floor or walls first in a bathroom quora 7 tiling tips for professional looking results how to tile a bathroom floor with wickes you how to tile a bathroom wall with wickes you. Whats people lookup in this blog: Should You Tile A Bathroom Floor Or Wall First Do You Tile A Bathroom Floor Or Wall First
www.tilersforums.com/threads/whichtotile Jul 02, 2009 0183 32walls first, floors last, if anything its because walls tend to have white or lighter grouts than floors so if you do the floor first and grout with grey when you do the walls you will inevitably drop grout onto your lovely floor and cause light patches to your grout, also you might drop a tile onto your floor and chip something, get your walls out of the way, all shining and clean and then do
diy.stackexchange.com/questions/10500/how If using 3/8 drywall , you should first run a strip of 3/8 plywood along the floor first. The height will be determined on trim height. This will do 2 things, First , it will act as a moisture deterant easier to replace a 2 4 quot piece of plywood then a whole sheet of drywall.
answers.yahoo.com/question/indexqid Jul 25, 2009 0183 32If there is flooring like tile under the carpet, drywall first. Make sure the haz mat people disinfected your basement before you proceed and run a dehumidifier for several days to ensure the dampness is gone. Repair any cracks in the foundation professionally before you drywall. And use a vapor barrier. Best of luck.
www.easyrenovate.com/drywallorflooringwhichtoinstallfirstBest AnswerBecauseImportant NoteQualifiersSourcesInstall drywall on the walls before installing floor covering. This recommendation does not apply to subfloor.
www.houzz.com/discussions/2256948/tile Sheetrock should be up, second coat taped, sanded, and preferrably atleast primed, if not painted, prior to installing the floor tile. Let all the paint and primer splatters, and globs of taping compound fall on the subfloor, where they just have to be scraped up and call it good
sebringdesignbuild.com/thesheetrockvs The Sheetrock vs Drywall Guide: Choosing Different Types of Drywall All types of drywall are essential components of any home construction or remodeling project . Drywall is the stuff that holds the home together, and without it, some rooms and buildings would not be structurally sound.
www.homedepot.com/c/ah/howtohangdrywall/ Once the first screws are in place, put in the rest, working your way from the center of the panel toward the outside. Tip: There should be a slight gap between the floor and the drywall so that the drywall wont jam against bumps in the floor. The baseboard will cover it later. If necessary, trim the sheet to leave a halfinch gap.
www.davidweekleyhomes.com/livingweekley/ Stage 5: Drywall Complete. After electrical, plumbing, HVAC, inspections and insulation are complete and exterior and interior wall surfaces are covered and finished, your home begins to resemble its final form. Brick, stucco and/or stone goes up on the outside. Drywall is installed and texture is applied inside.
www.Seven Trust.com/n/howto/installshowerwalltileMar 04, 2020 0183 32Begin by removing the old tile or the fiberglass shower wall. This is a dusty job, so use plastic to cover your doorways, wear a respirator thats rated for dust, cover the floor with a drop cloth and make sure theres plenty of ventilation. Also, tile is heavy, so put down blankets to protect the floors and tub from being damaged by falling
www.doityourself.com/forum/wallflooring Feb 08, 2013 0183 32Id do drywall first. Itll make removal of the tiles much, much easier down the road. Nothing drives me more crazy then trying to get flooring out from under the floor. If you where doing wood flooring, it would allow for expansion and contraction which is required in some cases.
www.contractortalk.com/f3/tilewallfloor1st130144Feb 06, 2013 0183 32The tile guy tells me he likes to install his floor tile first then lay the wall tiles on top of the floor, whereas I always set the walls first and then lay the floor tile leaving a grout joint around the perimeter, I find this is a better look and is more water tight than laying the wall tiles on the floor.
www.thebalancesmb.com/professional Nov 20, 2019 0183 32The first step to hanging drywall is to take a pencil and mark on the floor and ceiling the placement of the vertical studs. This will simplify the attachment of the drywall panels to the framing. Make sure any insulating work and vapor barrier installation are complete before you begin hanging drywall
www.finehomebuilding.com/forum/prime Jul 01, 2007 0183 32Most backsplashes never get wet to any degree. They just look nice and facilitate cleanup of mixer splatters, etc. For these drywall is fine and you dont need thinset tile mastic will work just as well if not better.If a backsplash may actually get wet eg, in a commercial kitchen around a dishwashing area then its different.Id prime the drywall.
www.renovateforum.com/f205/wallfloortilesfirst92081Aug 25, 2010 0183 32The code states that wall tiles must overlap floor tiles, also tiled hobs should a top tile that overlaps both vertical tiles on each side. When tiling a shower, do the floor first, then screw level batten to the wall just high enough to fit a tile under it at the Seven Trustt point, then tile the walls, by the time you have done this you should be able to remove the batten and cut the remaining
diychatroom.com 8250 32Home2014/09/27 0183 32Its OK to do the shower floor first, but a pro would probably never do that unless he had other work to do in your house because then he would have to wait for the tile to set before continuing on the walls. A shower floor
www.reddit.com/ /drywall or tile firstAug 18, 2008 0183 32As I progress finishing my basement Im coming up on the point where its time to start putting down tile for the floor or putting up drywall on the walls. However when I think about it, Im not sure which comes first. Does the drywall go to the concrete floor, or does the tile go to the base studs
www.thespruce.com/paintwallsorrefinish In newconstruction homes where no flooring has been laid yet, this is the way it works: walls are put up first, then the floor covering comes later. When you run a floor sander around a room, there is the possibility of scuffing up newly painted walls. Even though you will have removed the baseboards, enough activity happens that you might
www.thespruce.com/bestprimerforyournewdrywall1821477Skimcoating is the process of using a drywall taping knife to scrape drywall compound on and then immediately off. The remaining compound that your knife cannot scrape off is the skimcoat. Skim coating is the level five drywall finishing step that professional installers perform to achieve perfect wall texture.
drywallmaine.com/canyoutileoverdrywallContinue placing the first course of tiles in the same manner using spacers. Place strips of blue painters tape over the tile face, sticking each end to the wall to prevent the tiles from sliding or falling off as the mastic sets. Allow the mortar or mastic to sit for at least 12 hours to
www.ehow.com/info 10058137 shoulddrywall When youre hanging drywall and installing new flooring, its usually best to hang the drywall first and then save the floor for last. Time and Mess If time is of the essence, its quicker to hang the drywall and tape out the walls first. The general construction rule is to work from the top of the room downward.
www.doityourself.com/forum/wallsceilings/ Mar 01, 2012 0183 32Drywall comes in 4 different thicknesses 1/4quot,3/8quot,1/2quot and 5/8quot. 1/2quot is the most common for walls. 1/4quot is good for laminating a wall over a fairly flat surface. Paper tape holds up a lot better than the self adhesive mesh tape.
www.ehow.com/info 12025098 installshower On the pans without panels, tile is often installed on the drywall as a waterproof barrier. Whether you choose to install tile or the panel walls, drywall always goes on top of the shower pan, after the pan is set into the floor. Both tile and shower walls perform the same function, they just do so with different types of materials.