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HOLLOW SOUNDING TILES MAY SIGNAL INSTALLATION PROBLEMS

1,500 square foot ceramic tile floor in a restaurant and I sound the entire area, calculating that only 75% of the tiles sound “solid” and 25% sound hollow, this can raise a red flag. 【Get Price】

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Hollow-sounding tiles may signal installation problems

Hollow-sounding tiles may signal installation problems. July 29, 2013 Lesley Goddin. if I’m investigating a 1,500 square foot tile floor in a restaurant and I sound the entire area, calculating that only 75% of the tiles sound “solid” and 25% sound hollow, this can raise a red flag. This leaves voids under the tile, and ultimately 【Get Price】

Hollow Sounding Tile - The Tile Council of North America

Can I inject epoxy under the tile to fix the hollow sound? Some contractors have tried to inject epoxy to rebond tile without reinstalling it. While this may work in a small area, it is not practical over a large area. 【Get Price】

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Expert Answers in Hollow Sounding Tiles. ANSWER - Tile having a hollow sound is not considered a defect in itself. ANSWER - Spot bonding tiles leaving voids under tiles that produce hollow sounds is not an acceptable tile installation method in the industry. Over the years when I have seen attempts to inject epoxy liquids… 【Get Price】

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Are Tiles That Sound Hollow a Problem? - CTaSC.com

A tile floor over a wood subfloor will sound more like a hollow sound compared to a tile floor installed directly to a concrete slab. If the tile is installed over a non-bonded mortar bed it will sound more hollow than tile installed over a bonded mortar bed. 【Get Price】