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|Comment||Thanks a million, Perry, for helping us with our flooring issue. We took your advice and pulled up the cement board taking the old tile along for the ride. MUCH better idea than trying to pry off the tiles and smooth the thinset residue. The best investment thus far has been the 4" wet/dry tile saw. Cutting through the old grout lines and underlying cement board allowed the floor to be pried up in manageable chunks. New Wonderboard has been put down and the new tiles are now being installed. Thanks, again, Perry and thanks to All-Experts.|
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Ceramic Tile/Marble. I can answer questions about floor preparation, tile selection, layout questions, performance of products, expectations of finish, compatabilities, questions about grout and epoxies, evaluating an installer, asking the right questions to check competence...more? 33 years this August 2012/ many years in commercial application from exterior finishes to Mall store fronts/ interior finishes like floor packages in stores inside Malls examples: The Limited, Lerner/NY, Lane Bryants, Bombay Co., Now involved in Residential new construction covering all types of interior finishes and designs.
I worked in an exclusive field of floorcovering called "Tenant Development" which is by invitational bid only, by way of a National bid list. These are large floor packages usually over 3500 sq. ft. of 18" x 18" Marble and Granite and many other types of Marble and sizes. They are specialty stores where the floor package can cost upwards of $50,000 for one store. I have also done "Structure" stores and J. Riggins stores, Lane Bryant,Express and Body Shop stores where wood flooring is used. Presently work for a National Flooring Company in the Residential new construction arena that covers most interior design elements..Granite Slab tops/wood flooring both job finished and prefinished ect..
My response's are published all across the Internet and picked up by multiple Interior Design sites and Industry related web sites where people have questions...
too many most of which don't count...