Prior to installation; the installer is responsible for checking the tile for obvious visual defects. Cartons and pallets of tile must be blended to achieve an aesthetic look. Claims will not be accepted after installations which have obvious visual defective tile.
Tile Installation Transpose:
First, transpose tile work into recesses under and behind equipment and fixtures except where others shown. Second, tile transpose will be fitted to electrical outlets, piping, fixtures and other penetrations so that plates, collars or covers overlap tile. Third, joints shall be aligned vertically and horizontally between trim and field tile. Lastly, transpose will be grouted in compliance with reference installation standards using grout materials.
Finished installation will be free of cracked, chipped, broken, unbonded or otherwise defective tile work. All floor tile installations will be protected with kraft paper or other heavy covering during construction period to prevent staining or damage. No foot or wheel traffic is permitted on floor for at least 7 days after grouting. Due to inherent size variation in porcelain and ceramic floor tiles, a grout joint must be used. Your installer will be able to recommend a suitable grout joint for the product you’ve selected.