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Attracting young artisans to the craft of tile

In our March issue, NTCA Executive Director Bart Bettiga interviewed Lee Callewaert of Dragonfly Tile & Stone Works in Grafton, Wis., and Joshua Nordstrom...

Working with face and mesh mount sheet mosaics

It is not breaking news that tiles are made in all colors and shapes and sizes and thicknesses and materials. They each have their...

NTCA brings training to you with virtual workshops and roundtables

New NTCA VIP Text Messaging Program keeps you in the loop for upcoming training events Here we are, in September, and no doubt you are...

In memory: Vincent N. Pompo

Vincent N. Pompo, industry leader and tile and stone distributor, passed away in his sleep yesterday, July 14, 2020. He was 93 years...

Why you need movement joints

Quick and easy ways to achieve them correctly Hopefully, as a tile installer, you’ve heard a lot about movement, expansion, or movement accommodation joints – and...

Merkrete ensures style and sustainability in historic Washington, D.C. hotel

Riggs Washington DC, a brand-new independent hotel from Lore Group in the capital’s thriving Penn Quarter neighborhood, opened on February 6, 2020 with fanfare,...

No mistakes – only happy accidents

“We don't make mistakes. We make happy accidents.”  – Bob Ross Here we are in midsummer – time for a check in. How is everyone doing? I’m...

Waterproofing for exterior balcony

QUESTION I have a customer with an exterior balcony that is tiled on the floor and walls. The space below the balcony is conditioned space...

Who will replace China – and what will be the damage of COVID-19?

The imposition of countervailing and antidumping duties on Chinese tiles On May 4, the U.S. International Trade Commission confirmed that Chinese exports of ceramic tile are...

Coverings makes history with Coverings Connected virtual trade show

This is the story that would traditionally bring you highlights from the Coverings trade show, which would have been held this year in New...
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