To be able to provide a accurate estimate of the amount of porcelain floor tiles, the total amount of narrow set, or masonry, masonry, in addition to the tools you'll have to buy (or lease ), assess the width and length of the floor space which you intend to tile. Start measuring by locating the centre point of floor space you'll be operating on.

You can achieve it by measuring round the space and marking the centre. Try this in reverse direction and indicate the middle, too. The junction of these 2 lines is that the middle of this floor you'll be tiling over. Run chalk outlines across the junction lines. These chalk outlines can allow you to later with your own tile placement.