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Professional and efficient tiling

Once you’ve chosen your floor tiles, you want to get started laying them as soon as possible. Maybe you need some help for this, or a good system to guide you correctly and safely.

Levelit makes it easier to lay tiles yourself like a professional.

Read our tips below to get started!

Professional and efficient tiling

Instruction video's

Levelit is very simple and user-friendly. In these videos we show you how to quickly, easily and efficiently install tiles without height difference and perfectly evenly.

Placing your own tiles

Tips & tricks for using the original wedge system. This is our most powerful system for large and even extremely heavy tiles, both indoors and outdoors. This economical tool quickly becomes essential for any tiler looking for perfect alignment and fast work.

Wedge-system

Want to tile like a professional even with large, awkward tiles? Use a clip and wedge system for the best results. Place the clips under your tiles, slide a wedge through the clips, and push in using leveling pliers. This ensures all the differences in tile height are leveled, and all your gaps are the right joint width.
A wedge system is the best – and handiest – solution for large surface areas and floors.

Tile laying tips

Need advice on installing tiles yourself? Read our handy tips for laying tiles evenly. With Levelit it’s a piece of cake!

Benefits of leveling systems: everything you need for a perfectly even floor
Tile laying tips

Benefits of leveling systems: everything you need for a perfectly even floor

Have you bought tiles for tiling a floor or wall? Then a tile leveling system will definitely come in handy to ensure you don’t create any height differences between the tiles.
Laying tiles with a tile leveling system
Tile laying tips

Laying tiles with a tile leveling system

Are you going to lay a floor and do your own tiling? Then you might have a lot of questions. Where do you start, for example?