Wood floor tiles blend the strength of porcelain tiles with the natural beauty of hardwood. Moreover, this flooring option is pretty affordable than natural hardwood, is easier to maintain, and comes in a variety of colors, patterns, and designs.
However, most bricklayers are confused about how to install them. After all, proper installation of wood floor tiles is critical in order to reap their full benefits.
The subfloor should be in good condition and of uniform thickness to ensure that the wood floor tiles are adequately laid. It's also worth noting that a flat subfloor is critical for preventing plank tile cracking. You can achieve this by using a leveling compound.