What is the Perfect Level Master Tile Leveling System?

The Perfect Level Master™ Tile Leveling System, patent pending, is a system that takes the frustration out of laying tiles. It allows anyone to lay tiles straight and even on both floors and walls. There are various choices for either a professional or do-it-yourselfer. T-Lock™ Leveling System as well as tile crosses than can be used. Each system is described in detail by clicking on the corresponding page.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I contact Perfect Level Master?

Please email info@perfectlevelmaster.com.

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Can I use the T-Lock system on walls?

Yes, the T-Lock system can be applied to walls.

How many clips do I need?

Please refer to our consumption chart to see recommended coverage based on given tile size

 Tile size
Required per ft²
Required per m²
12" x 24" (30cm x 60cm)
2 clips
22 clips
18" x 18" (45cm x 45cm)
1.8 clips
20 clips
18" x 36" (45cm x 90cm) 1 clips 12 clips
24" x 24" (60cm x 60cm)
1 clips
11 clips
8" x 39" (20cm x 100cm)
3 clips
50 clips

Does it matter what size white clips I use for my grout line?

No, you can always use a smaller size clip and use our Tile Crosses to make up the difference. By using this trick you can reuse more of your material and it offers the installer greater flexibility.

Why won’t my clips break cleanly below the tile surface?

This may be because the breaking off of the clips is not done parallel to the grout line. One should always strike the sides of the clips with a rubber mallet or safety shoes parallel to the grout line. Another possibility is the the tile work was left to dry with excess adhesive on the tile edges. This can be avoided by cleaning the edges with a putty knife when the adhesive is still fresh.

Why is it that sometimes my grout line becomes wider when I push the wedge into the clip?

It is important to pay attention to the direction that one is placing the wedges. For best results, insert the red wedge towards the already installed tiles.