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  1. Mark jude

    Mark jude Member of Tilers Forums

    I run a flooring company in South Wales and have got a nice quarry tile job of 80 m2 plus on a new dry screed , my customer is supplying tiles . I'm going to sub out the job and just looking for some sorta prices any tiles out there would look at charging for a supplying labour , adhesive and grout m2 rate please . Mark ,

    Anyone willing to help Mark with pricing,
    please contact him HERE
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Nov 30, 2016
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  3. Plan Tec Tiling

    Plan Tec Tiling Moderator Staff Member Trusted Advisor Professional Tiler JOTM Winner

    Location:
    Wimborne, Dorset
    Hi Mark. I'm afraid that we don't discuss pricing in the open public forums. Pricing is discussed in the 'arms' section of the forum only.
    Do share the project with us including pics too! We have resident experts and sponsors on hand to offer advice for your terracotta project .........
    @Lithofin BOB@Lithofin BOB for all your sealant queries
    @Mark@Tilemaster@[email protected] and @Mapei UK Marketing@Mapei UK Marketing for all things adhesive & grout
    @Schlüter-Systems Ltd@Schlüter-Systems Ltd for your decoupling and profiles
     
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  4. Elvis j

    Elvis j Member of Tilers Forums

    Location:
    Pontypool
    he never replies anyway....
     
  5. Mark jude

    Mark jude Member of Tilers Forums

    The project will be completed by myself and employees this Wednesday , wooliscroft tiles , instarmac adhesive and grout customers very impressed . Quite a quick reply I thought 6 minutes
     
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  7. Elvis j

    Elvis j Member of Tilers Forums

    Location:
    Pontypool
    yes that might be the case now....it's on the open forum...why advertise a job...if you intend too do it yourself...a simple inbox reply saying thanks for interest but we have decided too do it ourselfs.its common courtesy you advertised quarry tile job...I inboxed you 5 times no reply?? hope job goes well and merry Xmas....
     
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  8. hmtiling

    hmtiling Trusted Advisor Professional Tiler

    Location:
    Isle of Wight
    Customers already impressed? What with?
     
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  9. Elvis j

    Elvis j Member of Tilers Forums

    Location:
    Pontypool
    that's a valid point hmtiling...the customer should be impressed after the job is done impressive!!! not with materials..!!
     
  10. bl tiling

    bl tiling Professional Tiler

  11. bl tiling

    bl tiling Professional Tiler

    What a time waster:confused::handpointup:
     
  12. Elvis j

    Elvis j Member of Tilers Forums

    Location:
    Pontypool
    lol well that just says it all in a nut shell ;)
     
  13. Mark jude

    Mark jude Member of Tilers Forums

    Sorry guys for the improper English , it should have said the customer is very impressed with the work which had been at that stage , do you not good feed back of jobs as you are doing them guys? If I've wasted your very valuable time Guys sorry for that and also fannies are useful lol
     
  14. Elvis j

    Elvis j Member of Tilers Forums

    Location:
    Pontypool
    (do you not good feed back)??? that's improper English....lmao..
     
  15. timeless john

    timeless john Trusted Advisor Trusted Advisor Professional Tiler JOTM Winner

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    Location:
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    Hang on - we're not here to correct English. If anyone has an issue with this thread keep to the point ( which you have already made) and move on.
    We invite people to submit jobs and we are grateful. Treat them as you would any enquiry and await their reply/or not - that's life!
     
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  16. Mark jude

    Mark jude Member of Tilers Forums

    Sorry again no body's perfect lol
     
  17. Elvis j

    Elvis j Member of Tilers Forums

    Location:
    Pontypool
    I do apologise too the tilers forum for this childish banter......I don't live far away mark I'll nip too cwmbran and we can discuss this like men. then put this problem behind us and get on with tiling instead of acting like children....
     
  18. Mark jude

    Mark jude Member of Tilers Forums

    What problem ? Lol . There's nothing wrong with banter helps working day go faster .
     
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