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Old 09-24-2013, 05:22 AM   #91
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Here are a few pictures I have on my phone. I'm stuck at home with a broken collar bone now. First picture is paint on water proofing in a school bathroom. The second is an entry way. Those are either ceramic or porcelain tiles, can't remember. The third picture is natural slate we were doing. We sealed it and grouted it, made sure there wasn't any grout build up on the natural lines of the stone. Very good looking stuff.
Nice work, I don't mind doing some tile work either, although this diamond layout in my downstairs was tricky at first!
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@ComQuest I make these at CA3 in NS, Canada. We have three Michelin tire factories here. Some of the safest tires on the road are made there.
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Here are a few pictures I have on my phone. I'm stuck at home with a broken collar bone now.

First picture is paint on water proofing in a school bathroom.

The second is an entry way. Those are either ceramic or porcelain tiles, can't remember.

The third picture is natural slate we were doing. We sealed it and grouted it, made sure there wasn't any grout build up on the natural lines of the stone. Very good looking stuff.
@Citydriver Thanks for sharing. Broken collar bone? Ouch. Yes it does look good. I looked in a model home one tile that had all tile through out the ground flooor. It was very nice and beautiful. It was my first time seeing it like that in a house.

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@sylver91 Thanks for sharing. Keep everyones junk running...Ha ha that's funny. I guess it is job security.
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@fordmotorsport Thanks for sharing. What is the first picture? And wow...how did some one bend the steel post? Did they hit it with a fork lift?

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Nice work, I don't mind doing some tile work either, although this diamond layout in my downstairs was tricky at first!
Thanks! Your floor looks very good. My boss is still doing the layouts so I haven't had to mess with that. That is a tricky part for sure!

And ComQuest that's pretty awesome. I've heard of people doing that, but we've only done osmething like that once. We did a womans house in tiles that looked like wood. It was pretty cool. I've heard of people doing their entire floor in slate though and then just using area rugs. That would be something else!

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By the way everyone, I posted this in another work thread, if you have any questions about tile feel free to send me a PM or whatever. If I don't know I'll ask my boss.

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@fordmotorsport Thanks for sharing. What is the first picture? And wow...how did some one bend the steel post? Did they hit it with a fork lift?
The first pic is a joystick on a scissor lift. That is an OSHA violation to tape the safety switch. Yes a fork truck driver hit the beam...how? I have no clue!
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Thanks! Your floor looks very good. My boss is still doing the layouts so I haven't had to mess with that. That is a tricky part for sure!
Thanks. I did travertine in the kitchen and I love the look of natural stone.
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