No matter what tiling job you have at hand, big or small, there’s one thing for sure – you want to make sure that the person carrying out the work is the right person for the job. It’s important that you find someone who is both qualified and trustworthy.
Before anyone starts the tiling work that you need to be completed, just be aware of some of the warning signs of a ‘rogue tiler.’ You don’t want to get caught in a trap by someone who isn’t genuine.
Although one could argue that you may be overly cautious, it’s best to cover your back. Before you have any work carried out within your home, it’s wise to contact and inform your insurer. If, unfortunately, something happened to your home or some of your items have gone missing while work was being completed, you’ll be covered if your insurer is aware that someone is performing work at your house. If you don’t inform them, you could invalidate your insurance because you allowed a “stranger to be in the home.”
Now that you’re aware of the warning signs of someone who may not have your best tiling interests at mind and you’ve let your insurance company know that you’re having some work carried out within the home, you’re ready to enlist the help of a trustworthy, qualified tiler. Here’s how:
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