VITRIFIED FLOOR TILES DESIGN FOR LIVING ROOM
hi! i'm joshua lindsey with cfm building sciencesolutions. on behalf of expert village, we are going to do a quality assurance walk throughon this house. the same thing on this tile we were talking about over here, look forthat same thing in your floors. don't be afraid to holler about the fact that one of yourtiles, you may come across it and you may feel it sticking up a little higher, theseare all pretty flat. i would particularly call this a fairly call this a fairly goodtile job. they also have spacers that are going to go between every single one of thesetiles so all of your tiles should be the same distance apart whether it is a lighter distanceor closer distance, it doesn't really matter as long as they are all symmetrical, as longas they all stay the same. also take time
to look on areas like right over here, youcan see that the lines lines up with the carpet real well and you can see that on this forty-fivedegree angle right here, your carpet line runs from each corner to corner. in otherwords, your tile is square. your tile is all square with the house. the best way that youcan tell stuff like this is throw a tape measure on this piece of tile right here and measureto the wall and see that this piece of tile is the same distance there if your wall isout of aplum with your tile. you know that you are not going to notice little areas whereit is like that. if it is not really noticeable, then you don't have to really bother withit. but if it is noticeable, sometimes you will find stuff like that that is really noticeable.that maybe it will be in a small area like
this where on this end you've got an inchand half and on that end you've got less than an inch. this one actually looks pretty good.it is not too far off but don't be afraid to pick stuff like that out. when it is crookedlike that, pick stuff like that out and let's get it fixed right now in the constructionphase.