No matter what kind of flooring you’re installing, it’s important to make sure the surface beneath it is level, smooth and flat.
Most subfloors — whether they’re a concrete slab or wood — will have low spots that require filling with floor patching compound.
Watch the video above to learn about leveling the subfloor.
After the floor patch compound hardens, hire the pros to sand the subfloor until it’s smooth. Then you can install the new tile floors.