I'm going to lay tiles in a room. How to level it with the existing tiles in another room?

I'm going to lay tiles in a room. How to level it with the existing tiles in another room?


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Answer: patch up one to two meters from the threshold, install a door threshold between the two rooms or lay sloping tiles at the threshold.

The best method to completely erase a difference in level between two tiles laid in two different rooms, provided that it is not too high, is to make a leveling over one to two meters away from the threshold. Thus, the difference in level will become imperceptible. Second possibility, less expensive than the first: install a simple door sill between the two rooms. The difference in level will remain, but the door threshold will make sure to make an elegant junction between the two rooms. Finally, if the difference in level is really important, the only solution will be to lay sloping tiles at the threshold. To do this, break a few pieces of tiles (if you have surplus, this will not be a problem), and place them below the tiles on the threshold. You too, send us your brico question



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