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tef1964
Re: Should professionally installed floors be left looking new?

Good point, Jack. I should have listened to the unease I felt in my gut when I found out the owner, who I had a lot of confidence in, was going to be away. I do wish now that I had hired a flooring person to do the floor and a tiling person to do the tiling. But I didn't want to cherry pick the jobs from them. I wanted to give them the projects, as modest as they were, in their entirety because they were so modest.

Thanks very much for taking the time to reply. It has been very helpful.

canuk
Re: Should professionally installed floors be left looking new?

There are general contractors that can do things like tiling ,cabinets, plumbing ,etc..--- albeit with varying dgerees of quaity based on their skills.
Usually they'll take on the small jobs , leaving larger portions to subtrades.

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