Hi all, First post here. I just bought this old house with a rather nice tiled hallway. Unfortunately someone dug a trench across it at some point and infilled with cement. I'd like to try to repair this if possible. I uncovered some more tiling at the back behind the stairs which had been overlaid with carpet. I thought I might be able to lift this tile and relay it back at the front where the trench is. The problem is that the tiles seem to have been set in cement. The grout lines are tiny but these are also cement based as I did a bit of cutting with a dremel and the stuff is rock hard. I drilled out one broken tile (again at the back where I'd like to lift tiles) and then chiselled up fairly close to a complete tile, within about 5mm, but there is no give whatsoever in the tiles. I read somewhere that you'd be lucky to recover 25% of tiles like these that are set in cement or concrete. So is it a complete waste of time. Has anyone managed it or would I be better off scrounging around salvage yards or getting new replicas made. Cheers, Brian.