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Joined 19 September 2016
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1 year1 yearJordanTJordanT posted:
Big tiles

As others have mentioned; the larger tiles are heavier and, more often than not, the installers will charge you extra to handle them.
That having been I've recently seen a…

1 year1 yearJordanTJordanT posted:
Interior brick sealing - the powdery white stuff

Without more information I think what you're looking at is efflorescence - salt being drawn through your mortar and left to dry as moisture evaporates.
If this is a new…

1 year1 yearJordanTJordanT posted:
Tiling Info Help?

Hi Ness
If you're working with a red brick house it's important not to over-do it with the paving/tiling. While it can seem an obvious choice to use paving in a…

1 year1 yearJordanTJordanT posted:
front entrance to house

It looks as though you could pave straight over the top of the existing concrete.
The height of your door will determine how much play you have, but I would…

1 year1 yearJordanTJordanT posted:
tiling porch

There would be no problem installing tiles/pavers on the concrete slabs, though you would need to ensure an expansion joint is included in the paving where the two slabs meet.…

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