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I would like to cover my old-fashioned tile, he is 30 years old, and damaged (because house built on ground that moves...) with vinyl slabs clip. I have a room that is 30 m2 with very narrow joints but tiles with slots in places. For many reasons, I do not want to have masonry to do! Should I put a layer under the new coating and which one do you recommend? There may be 1 or 2 minutes of unevenness in one part of the room. I thank you in advance for your answer because you are really good advice!

Cover a tile with some slabs does not pose any particular problems, provided that the split tiles have a difference in level at the break. Depending on the extent of the difference in altitude, it may be necessary to patching on the area concerned. Unless the joints of the existing tiles have large depressions, the installation of an underlayment is not essential.

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