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This clean geometric design, composed of aluminum, is chic and visually striking. Our Industrial Cityscape Metal Mosaic tile will provide any room with a stylish and ultra modern appearance. This is a great alternative to use for a kitchen backsplash, feature wall or as decorative borders. Cutting edge and unique in every way, dare to be different with this sleek selection!
Important: Due to the unique design of this series, we recommend that you order at least 20% more than your required square footage for your order. This is to account for the material lost due to the trimming done during installation.
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Browse 7 questions Browse 7 questions and 24 answersWhy did you choose this?TileBar StoreAbsolutely jaw-dropping look!Shannel G on Jun 24, 2016How long before you get more of the cityscape tile? I've already started the project and need 13 more tiles.BEST ANSWER: I don't know about their inventory, but
their shipment to us was processed very
If you are asking to buy our unused portion, I would have to get back with you.Can this tile be used in the shower?BEST ANSWER: Honestly, not sure. Sorry thats not the answer to probably want. I used it around my bathroom mirrors and it looks great. Each lunear bar in each tile can bend at the seem so i would speculate that with the proper water proofing you may be able to make it work in the shower. That would be too much effort and risk if it were up to me.
Hope this helps.Could this tile be used as a backsplash in an outdoor covered kitchen?BEST ANSWER: That would be a good possibility. My concern would be temperature fluctuations from freezing to hot. If you have year round moderate temperatures you should be fine.It says to use a miter saw for installation. What should you use to cut out for outlets? ThanksBEST ANSWER: I am sorry but I had someone install the tile for me and since he is no longer in the area I can't get in touch with him.I need 31 ft of tile, how many sheets will that take?BEST ANSWER: The easiest way to figure that out is to find your square footage. Take your overall length in inches (31 feet = 372 inches) and multiply it by the overall height that you need (say 18 inches for example). Then divide that amount by 144.
372 x 18 = 6696
6696 / 144 = 46.5 square feet
This will give you the square footage that you need and since these tiles are 1 square foot each it will tell you how many you need (47 tiles). I would get 10% extra, which is 4-5 in this case.What is the best mastic or adhesive to use with this tile?BEST ANSWER: To be perfectly honest with you I don't know. My contractor in Florida did the job and I am in CT. until October. Sorry I can't help. Do love the Cityscape tile.
Tile must be installed over a suitable substrate to insure a proper installation. Metal tiles should be installed over a clean, sound, and flat surface, free of contaminates including curing compounds. Substrate should be free of cracks. Any inconsistencies in the substrate will result in a poor installation.INSTALLATION
- For the adhesive you can use any type of mastic.
- This tile does not require grout. You would have to water down the thin-set a little bit and the excess thin-set will act as the grout line.
- Apply thin-set using a trowel as recommended by the manufacturer.
- Apply as much adhesive as can be covered within 10-15 minutes.
The recommended cutting method is to use a miter saw with non ferrous blade. Please note to cut material - take one sheet at a time and cut slowly.