There is no such thing as "perfectly smooth" flooring, especially tile flooring. If you desire to have a very smooth floor, your subfloor must be very smooth and level. This may or may not require additional labor charges. We will take a look for flatness when we come to measure for you. A polished marble, no larger than a 12"x12" size, would be your best bet for a relatively smooth floor. The larger the tile, the more likely the tile will be warped or uneven. Please keep this in mind when making your selection.
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- What type of cushion/ pad should I use under my carpet?
- Do you put quarter round on top of carpet?
- Can you put laminate on top of tile?
- Can you install laminate on top of the peel and stick vinyl I currently have in my bathroom?
- I have a particle board subfloor. What kind of flooring can I put on top of it?
- I want perfectly smooth tile flooring. What should I choose?
- What does "natural stone tile" mean?
- What are the pros and cons of Cali Bamboo flooring?
- Does Lowe's offer waterproof flooring?
- What is the difference between vinyl and linoleum?