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  1. From my opinion is that its not the contractor's fault and it seems that the leakage is coming from either a broken pipe or a leakage of the tap, so no matter how much you cover with cement the issue will come back So top fix your solution, you have to get a plumber to check all your taps to make sure there is no leak, and after that it means the leak is from the pipes and the only remedy is to change the entire piping
  2. Mould are always the worst because they always keep coming back and you have to make sure to kill all the mould spores so that mould never comes back on your tiles or walls
  3. Then the other type of polishing is for those harder materials like granite i presume?
  4. When you say polishable area of the tile you are talking about the the enamel of tile right?
  5. The only thing you can try for this is either to steam the area to remove the glue stain or some sand paper, both which are the cheapest solutions
  6. That means if its the same material the polishing rates should be the same?
  7. This usually happens i think if there are gaps in the cement, in other words contractor trying to save cement
  8. Personally i would hack the parquet floor and then put the vinyl tiles. But one question why do you want to remove the parquet tiles?
  9. Hardwood does take some maintenance but it will look definately nice
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