has anybody had any problems with B&Q cream/sand colour 12in mineral floor tiles, they were on special offer and cost around £5 per box, per m2?
After having two expensive new bathrooms fit and under-floor heating, I had the above tiles fitted on the walls and floor. The bathroom fitter/tiler is an excellent tradesma and applied all the necessary adhesives. Since the completion of the bathrooms, both bathroom floors have had floor tiles cracking, the tradesman has said that he feels these tiles from B&Q were too brittle to be used on any floor other than a solid floor, and as a high proportion of bathrooms are upstairs, and there is no mention on the box, I feel that the B&Q tiles were unsuitable for the job they were purchased to do.
Has anybody else had any problems with a similar situation? Would brittle tiles on an upstairs floor, even though fitted with correct adhesives, could they crack for any other reason than brittleness?
Any advice or messages welcome