Do you consider yourself a salesperson? Many contractors do not, in fact most people agree that they do not want to be “sold to”. Even when we go shopping for something we want, as soon as the salesperson approaches us, what do we tend to do?
There are a few, incorrect myths floating around when it comes to using grout, especially since new products are now available to meet industry demands around tile and flooring. Let’s break down the top ten myths around mixing grout.
Minimizing operating costs to make every project more profitable requires a commitment to continuous improvement. You can make many big and small moves that make a difference, but your mindset matters most. Committing to constant scrutiny of your business and continuous improvement has to happen before anything else.
As flooring professionals know, moisture is the enemy that can ruin an otherwise flawless installation. Excessive moisture vapor emission rates are the cause of many failures in both hard and soft floor surfaces, leading to issues such as warping, buckling, adhesive degradation, mold growth and more.
Check out the latest article from our guest blogger, Luke Miller, founder of the Tile Money podcast. Learn about how you can stand out from the crowd and differentiate your business.
Generally speaking, there are two types of self-leveling underlayments (SLUs): traditional and high-flow technologies. The most noticeable differences between traditional and next-generation SLUs are the flowability and the smooth surface profile of each product.
When grouting in hot weather, you want to consider the temperature of the grout itself, the water you are using, the air in the room and the temperature of the surface. This article provides tips and best practices to ensure success.
Tiling in hot weather presents unique challenges. In this article, you will learn tips and best practices to ensure a successful project - no matter what the heat index.
Salt water pools are a great alternative to chlorine. Instead of traditional chlorine additives, saline pools use large amounts of salt to produce natural chlorine, which kills germs and neutralizes contamination. Follow these four steps to make sure your customers get the most out of their saltwater pools.