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checking floor and wall tiles after reno

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On 14/07/2016 at 5:52 PM, upthetoon said:

Yes it is. It is very important. Use a marble or a knocking stick to do the check. 

Question is now where to buy a "knocking stick" :yeah:

 
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Seriously, after my personal experience, I think it is difficult for the ID / contractor to rectify hollow tiles with other tiles, especially if only a few tiles affected

So better upfront, have your contract to indicate what type of compensation you will want; $100 or $200 per hollow tile, etc

If they are confident of their workmanship, should be able to deliver

 

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