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Things to Consider when Hiring a Tile Installer The thing with tiles is that they are easy to damage. One slightly misplaced tile can end up destroying the entire project. The installation mistakes are hard to cover up and correcting them means ripping up the floor and starting over. Hiring a professional to install the tiles is a great idea especially if you have a complicated pattern or special edging. Locating the most qualified tile installer can prove hard. Here is a list of factors that you need to consider when selecting the best tile installer. Don’t Settle for Anything Less of an Expert It is okay to have someone who can take care of odd jobs and ends of home repairs and improvements. However, your tile doesn’t fall into this category. Find someone who is experienced in tile installation and has at least three years experience and can install both wall and floor tiles.
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Many large retail centers work closely with their customers and may not have a clue of the current installation techniques and those trained on them. Instead liaise with someone who works closely with contractors, architects , installers, and designers regularly like tile stores or showrooms; they have more experience working directly with qualified tile installers. Ensure that your Installer is Insured, Licensed, and Certified Ensure that the installer has a permit, is certified and the insurance is up to date. Ensure that they a member of the NTCA for pro-grade job. Also check to see if they have training through the Ceramic Tile Education Foundation; it offers both training and assessment for installers and certifies them for being equipped with the latest techniques. Ask to See the Installers Work A picture speaks more than words; let the installer show you sample pictures of completed tasks and be keen on the quality. Be keen to look at the portfolio of your prospective installer and see if they qualify for a great installer. You should be keen to see if the layout is well balanced and if the tiles have been cut, they need to be of the same size even if they are on opposite sides of the room. Never Buy the Tiles Yourself There are many techniques and ratings that the installer will better understand than you. You don’t want to end up with tile that is not suited to your application so let the expert make the purchase. Do not Underestimate the Power of Professionalism The world has turned to a lot of casualness and do-it-yourself, but all the same professionalism remains to be the hallmark of a good business. Your installers interaction with the community can say much about how they will handle your project.