Can we put tiles on parquet?

Can we put tiles on parquet?

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Answer: yes, provided the parquet is solid and flat.

It is possible to lay tiles on a parquet, provided that certain basic rules are observed. On the one hand, the parquet must be of good quality, sufficiently solid and well flat. On the other hand, the parquet must remain ventilated even after laying, so that it does not rot. In case of uncertainty, bring a professional from the sector to inspect your parquet, he will tell you if it is suitable for tiling or not. Also, be aware that you will undoubtedly have to repair damaged parquet boards, in particular filling in any cracks with wood pulp, as well as sanding the parquet before laying. This will subsequently facilitate the adhesion of the tiles. In all cases, choose a thin tile. You too, send us your brico question


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