Welcome to our resource center. Here, you'll find a wealth of tile sheet production information including installation manuals, technical guides, case studies and user stories for multifamily renovations and new builds. Scroll down to view the complete list of resources for Six3Tile, the ideal tile solution for multifamily renovations.
Six3Tile Pro Kits make it quick and easy for rapid renovators to turn over freshly updated, rent-ready units to new residents.
This document highlights the features and benefits of our tile sheet product line, including our popular subway tile panels.
Installation Manuals & Technical Bulletins
This bulletin explains how to care for and clean our tile sheets to protect and maintain its original shine.
This bulletin lists the adhesives and substrates that have been tested and approved by Six3Tile.
This bulletin explains the design, application and installation considerations of our Seam Seal joint used in wet applications.
This bulletin reviews the various options available for unfinished tile edges.
This bulletin covers the proper way to align tile sheets in a corner - and how to easily stack tile panels, including complex patterns.
This bulletin discusses how to measure both a shower and tub surround to determine the correct Six3Tile tile panel kit needed for the installation.
This bulletin explains the difference between a running bond vs. a stacked bond as it relates to Six3Tile's designs. A stacked bond might be preferable if the tile needs to extend beyond a shower or tub surround onto a wall.
This is our official Safety Data Sheet (SDS).
User Stories & Case Studies
This Case Study, showcasing our speed, quality and durability, explains why our tile sheets were chosen for Comet Development's new construction projects.
This Case Study is shares the perspective of an installer after he finished a multifamily renovation using our kitchen backsplash tile panel kit and our tub surround tile panel kit (over existing tile).
To many people, the idea of re-developing the old Bleachery Mill Powerhouse in Rock Hill, S.C., was the stuff of nightmares. But to Tara Sherbert of the Sherbert Group, it represented an opportunity to place the crowning jewel on the city’s University Center development project.