Del Conca USA launches a Faster Method for Installing Ceramic Tile

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  1. johnfrwhipple

    johnfrwhipple BATHROOM DESIGN & BUILD for both Canada & the US

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    Hang on boys.

    No Adhesive.

    No Grout.

    BANG - And it's done.....

    "Instead of adhesive and grout, Del Conca Fast uses interlocking slots and tabs and can be installed directly over existing flooring. The installation system is available on three lines: Forma Fast, which emulates the look of cement flooring; Saloon Fast, which looks and feels like wood; and Monte Napoleone Fast, which also is offered in a wood grain pattern." - Nigel Residential Building Magazine

    Reminds me of replacement to a flooding floor system. Anyone seen it yet?

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  2. DougB

    DougB Member

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    It's ceramic Pergo!
     
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  4. johnfrwhipple

    johnfrwhipple BATHROOM DESIGN & BUILD for both Canada & the US

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    OK - It needs to be said. If the dude is going to pose of a picture pretending to install - at least line up the next course right. Who would have lined up two course with the same grout joint?
     
  5. ShowerDude

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    Cant wait to see someone attempt this with cupped planking! Tile floors in one day, backsplashs in 4 hs and tile showers in 3-4 days....

    Hurry dont worry its the right price that matters!
     
  6. jadnashua

    jadnashua Retired Defense Industry Engineer xxx

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    Some other company tried this a few years ago...it was generally a disaster. Can't remember the name of it now.
     

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