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Old 09-20-2009, 09:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Twitchy View Post
Did the tiles around the pool pop off during the demo? What make is that tamper.
The tile was in not the greatest shape before we started. Many of the tiles were loose before we started. The home owner stated that they kinda neglect the pool during the winter, meaning when it fills with water or snow - they have never pumped the water so that it maintains below the tile, thus the tile has frozen.

So the Mrs. told us not to worry about the tile because they would have new tile installed.

Which brings up another point. It is my personal opinion that the older the pool - the better the craftsmanship of the installation of the tile. The newer the pool - the poorer the installation. With that said, for those that will / may be doing paver work around pools - I suggest you have some sort of a clause in your agreement covering this. Also, be sure to explain the potential of disturbing the tile to the client upon initial consultation, as well as during signing of the contract. Back in June we worked with a pool that was built in 1961, and the tile on that pool wasn't budging!

Tamper is an Ignersol Rand. Has a couple tiny features that Wacker doesn't.




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