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Unread 03-22-2017, 12:39 PM   #1
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looking for tile setter in New Orleans

Im looking for a top notch stone installer for a high end home outside of New Orleans. Also may need a restoration contractor as well. Anybody know anyone they can recommend in that area.
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Unread 03-22-2017, 02:30 PM   #2
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What is the scope of the work?
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Unread 03-22-2017, 03:16 PM   #3
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I could always have my arm twisted to take on a job in NOLA.....
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Me too, Paul. Meybe we'll link arms and go out together! Acme Oyster house is calling!

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Very large home over 2500 sq feet of marble. 14x14 tiles layed in thin set and they are all coming up. Needs to be torn out and new stone installed.
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1- Is this over wood structure?

2- New construction?

3- If old, have the termites been treated?

4- Will there be 2 layers of plywood properly installed as per this article?

5- Which suburb of NOLA ? ( I have friends in NOLA, Slidell, and Pass Christian)
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What were the final forensics of the failed install?
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Todd Duhe think it is Performance Marble.
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If you find you need a roofer I have a guy I would recommend.
I'm no help with the tile, though if you find one please post up here. I will need one before long, I'm outside of Baton Rouge.
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Paul is one of the best around...if you can convince him to travel from Houston.

I'm a tiny bit closer and can only aspire to his work!
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Todd,

Got a place we can park the RV ?
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Lots of room but we are about 1 hr North of him
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Just checking. We can boondock if needed, our generator purrs like a kitten.
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You are welcome any time. We really do have tons of room and electrical. I also have a master bath shower that needs to be done, its bare studs at the moment. lol
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