July 7, 2022
How to pave glazed tiles in ancient style buildings
How to lay glazed tiles? A question that many people think about when they see glazed tile roofs. I have thought about this before. My hometown is a rural village. I rarely see glazed roofs. But when I saw glazed roofs for the first time, it was obviously different from what I imagined. I was curious about how it was laid. Finally figure out how the glazed tile roof is laid. This time, the glazed tile manufacturer of ancient Dannuo buildings in Luoyang will also come to share with you!
The method of laying glazed tiles is different from the rural tiled houses I have seen before. In rural tile houses, you only need to build the sandalwood strips and build the tiles from top to bottom, from left to right, but the glazed tiles need to be glued with cement mortar to make the glazed tiles firmly fixed on the roof, and Roof waterproofing should be done during construction. Glazed tiles are heavier than the common blue tiles in rural areas, so their roofing capacity is correspondingly much larger, so the sandalwood strips should be thicker to ensure sufficient load-bearing capacity.
Laying glazed tiles generally follows this order: first calculate the interval of each tile, and use ink bombs on the roof to make the line and plan the location; then, according to the location of the bomb line, install the drip tiles first; then install Plate tiles; then install the hook head; finally put the tube tiles. You can start laying from right to left, or from left to right, but you must lay from bottom to top, because it uses cement mortar and lays from top to bottom, which will cause you to lay the tiles below, you need to lay the top tile. Lift it up so that this piece of tile can be clamped in. This will cause the glazed tile to be not solid.
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