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Monthly Archives: September, 2019

Do you have to pay employees like superstars to keep them?

Last year, five-time NBA All-Star Kevin Love signed a contract to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers. His new deal will pay him $120M over...

Pressure-treated lumber to build a bench or curb

QUESTION I’m looking for the spot in the TCNA Handbook that states that you are not allowed to use pressure-treated lumber to build a bench...

Allstate Commercial Flooring

“The team approach is simply better.” According to Gary Sharpe, co-founder and VP of Sales, there’s a guiding principle at work at Allstate Commercial Flooring...

Tiling over tile

QUESTION Is there anywhere besides TR711, TR712, and TR713 that discusses tiling over tile? I’ve looked on the TCNA website, which states that procedures are...

Tile offers many benefits and enduring beauty

Tile offers so many benefits – durability, low-maintenance, sustainability – and enduring beauty. I am excited in this issue to bring you several stories...

Let’s do this! #BecomeaCTI

There has been a lot of buzz lately surrounding the Ceramic Tile Education Foundation’s (CTEF) Certified Tile Installer (CTI) testing program. As a newcomer...

Slopes and Soffits

The challenges and successes of the Marriott AC Residence Inn Midtown façades project Exterior façade installations can be challenging and complex, and the product used...

Scribing: demonstrating artistry and craftsmanship in creative tiling

Those familiar with tile recognize that stunning tile installations have stood the test of time and endured as practical works of art for generations...

CID Award winners bring beauty through mosaics

Back in April, TileLetter, Contemporary Stone & Tile Design and Tile magazine presented the Coverings Installation & Design Awards (CID) at the Coverings show...

Taking The Plunge with MAPEI solutions to resuscitate a historic swimming pool

The year was 1925. Bathtub gin, the Charleston and a new form of entertainment called “motion pictures” were all the rage. Money and people...
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