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    Tiler

    Anyone know a good tiling person in NSubs Cape Town? .......Duncan?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Debbiedle View Post
    Anyone know a good tiling person in NSubs Cape Town? .......Duncan?
    Well, I've been known to tile, but my prices are quite high...unfortunately no experience with tilers though.
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    AY Man! What is the use of having a fellow forumite around the corner from me if you have no contacts?! *scratches head contemplating move to KZN*
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    I know someone who is an excellent skimmer (cretestone on walls, rhinoboard etc.)
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    *Bwahahahaha giggle snort* - this just shows you, I was thinking skimmer? He skims off the top, don't want him working for me............ okay back to reality, I wanted this person originally to do Tuscan type flooring, couldn't find one, compromised and bought the tiles..... go figure!!
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    Good Tiler

    Debbie, ask the people at the tile shop - they know most of them.

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    I was quietly wondering if Debbie was subtly hinting for a certain Duncan to lend a hand

    This thread has been fun to watch
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Thanks Graeme - had the solution been a snake!!!!!!

    Dave - I wasn't asking for a handyman
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    Quote Originally Posted by Debbiedle View Post
    Dave - I wasn't asking for a handyman
    Just stirring the pot
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave A View Post
    Just stirring the pot
    LOL I know, so was I .......hand....handyman...just pulling your leg, but I guess quite lame so now I don't have a leg to stand on!
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