If you plan to renovate your house, you must know how removing the tile floors can be a complicated and time-consuming task. The difficulties are often hidden until the work begins, and you have no idea how to finish this mess.
Despite dozens of difficulties, it is one of the tasks you can do yourself if you know how to do it properly. Depending on the construction, your tile can be fixed to mason or plywood board underlayment, directly to bare cement, or even a previously installed floor. Regardless of what underlies, removing the tile floors requires effort, time, and care to ensure that the surface is ready for whatever is placed next.
So, is there a best way to remove the tile floors? Yes! There is, and it all depends on how well you execute the project. So, let’s get started with it.