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    Thanks for visiting TilersForums.com. We used to reside on Tiling Forums UK but we had a lot of Europeans visiting so reached out to the USA Tile and Stone Installers and Tile Contractors. As well as Tile Suppliers all over the Globe.

    So head to the UK Tiling Forum if that's where you're used to researching your tiling projects. If you need USA or AUS tile and building regulations, click Naviation in the main orange menu.

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