Aug 18, 2010 6:29 pm
I haven't post for quite some time, just have a question today to those that have moved in (specifically S@monds Homes) to their new home, do you have problem with your shower floor tiles?
ummm i don't have problem (or just not yet), but I have a tiler to come tiling my nichne today and he mentioned that he has got a lot of jobs from builders especially S@monds homes to fix the shower tiles (the floor one) in the past year because the tiles start to come out. They found that the original tiler (during the build) used the wrong grute/sealer something like that (i hope i get the wording right), this doggy tiler has been working locally (well, i am living in MEL West, so properly around this area) for different builders so properly not just S@monds homes affected.. but i am just worried my tiles are coming out, but i'm also not sure if it is my tiler trying to get more business so make up something.. ummm, for your opinion? Anyone having issues with their shower tiler?
Re: To those that have move in2
Aug 18, 2010 6:47 pm
I've been in my PD home for 10 months and haven't had a problem - maybe it's a specific tiler used by builders in that area?
Re: To those that have move in3
Aug 18, 2010 7:33 pm
Thanks lisanne, fingercross i just hope he didn't do my house
Re: To those that have move in4
Aug 18, 2010 8:34 pm
I think all builders have little issues. We've been in our Henley home now about 7 weeks... and we have our front door lock changed twice. The locksmith said they get LOTS of calls from Henley builds to replace or fix locks, as the tradies they use during construction for the locks are sh!te... (in his words)...
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