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1. Installation Manual

Tiles should be cut with a wet saw equipped with a diamond blade. It is very critical that the pennies do not become heated. Pennies will expand due to heat and become dislodged from the backing. In the event this occurs silicon adhesive used for installation can be used to re-glue into place. A sacrificial piece of material placed on the top is also recommended when cutting to keep Pennies from dislodging. Always use safety glasses and safety protection when cutting or working with the tiles. Tile joints, may have some webbing around the edges from the manufacturing process. A utility knife may be used to scrap some residual webbing of the edges to aid in better joint fitment.

2. Who can install our tiles

We recommend installation to be done by millwork installers or tile trade professionals.

3. Safety

During the installation of Penny tiles ALL appropriate safety and respiratory equipment must be worn at all times.

4. Installing the Panels

To attach tile to a floor or wall 100% silicon is to be used; a perimeter bead around the edge of the tile may be used to create a seal or a small toothed trowel to be spread silicon evenly around the entire back of the tile. The silicon can be purchased in tube form from any home center. The tiles backer will conform to the surface it is placed on. Slight bends may also be achieved by using a heat gun to heat a general area. Each tile is hand crafted and cleaned due to the nature of hand crafted items each tile will have its own unique character.

Helpful tools

Rubber Roller


Jig Saw

Installing and finishing

Caulk Gun
Notched Trowel