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Monthly Archives: June, 2020

Thin brick tips

QUESTION I am bidding 10,000 to 12,000 square feet of thin brick. And I thought some advice would be prudent! Would you care to share with...

The INS and OUTS of layout

When we analyze the results of the Certified Tile Installer (CTI) test, given by the Ceramic Tile Education Foundation, we can see that when...

Hot weather installation and tricks

This month’s Hot Topics article gets literal – how do tile installation professionals deal with the challenges of managing hot, oppressive weather, both for...

Member Spotlight: Florida contractor makes detail-oriented projects its specialty

At Trendsetter Tile & Stone, shower systems are built to last In Coral Springs, Fla., Trendsetter Tile & Stone has been specializing in curbless entry...

One-to-One with Ron Nash

In the One-to-One column, NTCA Executive Director Bart Bettiga interviews industry leaders about pertinent topics. One thing that I have learned the hard way over the...

Why you MUST clean before you disinfect

Cleaning alone can remove more than half of harmful germs Suddenly and unexpectedly, hygiene has become a top life priority. Clean spaces directly contribute to...

CUSTOM quality and tile craftsmanship showcased with five-foot porcelain planks

CUSTOM products are the icing on the cake at Porto’s Bakery and Café in LA Porto’s Bakery and Café is a Los Angeles institution with...

Virtual meeting tools, prompted by shelter-in-place rulings, become the future norm for business interaction

As part of their normal business practices, commercial contractors are required to attend weekly status meetings, contract reviews, change orders, etc., but with the...

Change can be beautiful

“The caterpillar does all the work, but the butterfly gets all the publicity.”  – George Carlin It’s obvious that when a caterpillar goes into its...
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