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America Tile Forum

American Tile Installation Advice, Tile Selection Advice for Tile Fixers and D.I.Y Tile Installations. USA Tile Installers and American Tile Fixers Unite on this Facebook-free Forum. Browse for free with ads or subscribe to be part of the Global Electrical Network
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Australia Tiling Forum

Australian Tiling Advice, cutting practices, tool selection, which tile adhesives to use and more. Australia Tiling Forum. Australia Tile Installation Advice, Tile Selection Advice for Tilers and D.I.Y Tile Installations. Aussie Tilers and Global Tile Fixers Unite on this Facebook-free Forum. Browse for free with ads or subscribe to be part of the Global Tiling Network
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Canada Tile Advice

Canadian Tile Advice. Tile installation advice for Canadian and Canadian Tile Fixers. TilersForums.com
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Ireland Tiling Forum

Republic of Ireland Tiling Advice (N.Ireland falls under UK for now)
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UK Tiling Forum

Welcome to the UK Tiling Forum for Tiling Advice, by TilersForums.com. Wall and Floor Tile Installation Advice - Tiling Advice 24/7. British Tiling Forum for Tiling Knowledge.
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Tilers' Talk - All Other Countries

Tilers' Talk Tiling Advice Forums. Independent tile advice forum for Pro and DIY Tilers alike. We don't sell anything, so you can link to everything! - No restrictions such as some forums (ie. Tilers' Talk - Screwfix Community Forums etc)
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