The standards found in the ANSI (American National Standards Institute) A108.02 document provide the installation method standards used to provide a good looking and long-lasting tile project. When they are followed, the job is headed for success, but when they are not followed, it may be doomed from the beginning.
Chuck Fowke, chairman of the National Association of Home Builders and a custom home builder from Tampa, Florida, issued a statement after the U.S. Department of Labor issued its final independent contractor rule.
NAC Products, Inc., the company that introduced the flooring industry to ECB® and crack isolation membrane technology, has earned the “Clean Air GOLD Certification of Building Products,” from Intertek.
All across the U.S., there are thousands upon thousands of beautiful, high-quality, and long-lasting tile installations which should be highlighted as examples of the work done by qualified labor as included in the TCNA Handbook. However, when the very sad examples of extremely poor work are seen, they should be reviewed and presented as a learning tool for the tile placer who needs to improve his or her skills.