Selecting tiles for a house is always a big deal. From finalising the application areas to choosing from numerous designs, lot of effort is spent on it.

But not enough focus is given on successful tile installation, which guarantees years of trouble-free performance and improves the home’s value and aesthetics. A tiled surface typically has to stand up to wet conditions, frequent cleaning, contraction and expansion of the substrate and range of pressures, which can create severe stress on the bond between tiles and the substrate. Traditional sand & cement mortar is often unable to sustain its bond with tiles, under demanding circumstances.

BESTBUILD TILEBOND tile adhesives provides a durable bonding of tiles with the substrate that can withstand the different types of stress and keep the tiles intact. Advantages of using TILEBOND are:

  • Needs no curing
  • Slip resistant
  • Durable adhesion
  • Water resistant
  • Improves aesthetics
  • Saves time
  • No need to procure sand & cement separately
  • No wastage of sand procured in loads

Comparison of installing tiles with sand & cement and BESTBUILD TILEBOND is given below:

Property Sand & Cement BESTBUILD TILEBOND
Bonding Weak Strong
Tile fixing rate Slow Fast
Workability Poor Better
Bed thickness 15 to 40 mm, adds to weight 2 to 6 mm, reduces weight of the structure
Adhesion Will weaken over time Very durable
Background Weak to no bond in some surfaces Strong bond in all surfaces
Slippage High Non-slip
Variable materials Poor mixing control Easy to mix

BESTBUILD TILEBOND conforms to IS 15477:2004 Type 1 and TILEBOND PLUS conforms to IS 15477:2004 Type 2.

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