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Old October 6th, 2007, 10:39 AM   #1
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I need the the ceramic tile replaced in my laundry room and half bath. They are adjoining rooms. The laundry room is 6' x 10' , The bathroom is 3' x 6'. I Prefer someone that does Cermic tile work for a living. Or that has alot of experience in doing it. I live in Clinton Township. If you are interested in doing it or know someone that can do it. Please Pm me or email with contact details.
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Old October 6th, 2007, 10:59 AM   #2
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Good luck.

I need two bathrooms done.
All I hear is how bad the economy is doing and I can't even get someone to show up and give me a quote.
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Old October 6th, 2007, 11:14 AM   #3
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Good luck.

I need two bathrooms done.
All I hear is how bad the economy is doing and I can't even get someone to show up and give me a quote.

I'm having the same problem. I called 3 different company's. No one has came out yet.
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Old October 6th, 2007, 11:17 AM   #4
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Talk to Mudhowg.... He is the man when it comes to that stuff
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I used a guy in Madison Heights to do my Bathroom his prices where fair. I have him coming back next weekend to fix some grout that cracked after he does that and I'm happy with the result I will send his Name and number out.
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ill send ya an email with a quote.

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I never did any tile work myself, unti we redid the kitchen.
Put about 50sq ft on the walls under the cabinets. Tumbled marble. Came out great, rented a wet saw for $30 a day or so. I was making fancy cuts around the outlets instead of piecing little cut squares in.

I have done a bit more since then, it's not had to do, nor does it take that much time.
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I never did any tile work myself, unti we redid the kitchen.
Put about 50sq ft on the walls under the cabinets. Tumbled marble. Came out great, rented a wet saw for $30 a day or so. I was making fancy cuts around the outlets instead of piecing little cut squares in.

I have done a bit more since then, it's not had to do, nor does it take that much time.
I too did my tile myself. Wasn't hard at all. Plus it is actually fun.
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Old October 6th, 2007, 02:55 PM   #11
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I'm having the same problem. I called 3 different company's. No one has came out yet.
I can get you a name and number of some one who does it part time. I have seen his work does a real good job
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ceramic tile isn't really too tough to do on your own, either, if you have the initiative. Where it gets tricky is when you have to do a lot of cuts, or odd cuts. I helped my dad tile a few areas in their house when they put on an addition.
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I did mine myself, never did tile before. Ripped out all the old and put new backer board down and leveled it, then put the tile down. Took me a weekend to tear it all out and install the new and cost about $250 to do a 5'x12' bathroom. If you have a free weekend, just do it yourself, its really easy.
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