How To Re-Grout Bathroom Tiles

  • January 23, 2018

Tiling projects take a lot of effort. When the final cuts have been laid, it’s tempting to think that’s the last you’ll have to deal with – that the bathroom, in particular, won’t need maintenance in the future. But unfortunately, grout may give you a nasty surprise. This is the cementing material between the tile …

Micro Joints – the new way to replace the traditional expansion joint.

  • August 16, 2017

With underfloor heating becoming more common due to cost-effective installation and running costs, there are inherent problems associated with these systems in the form of movement between the subfloor and the floor finish due to expansions and contractions. Failing to allow for this movement will almost certainly result in cracked tiling surfaces. Dural UK have …

What are Movement Joints?

  • May 18, 2017

Movement joints are an integral part of any ceramic tile or stone installation. The various components of a tiled assembly (covering, adhesive, substrate, etc.) have unique physical characteristics that affect their behavior. Specifically, these components will expand and contract at different rates, according to each component’s intrinsic physical properties, with changes in moisture, temperature and …