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contractors arrive on site, more often than not, additional surface preparation is required (e.g. flash patching, grinding down high spots, pouring self-leveling underlayment. Design professionals must consider the effects of floor flatness change over time and how that impacts the ability for tile and stone contractors (and other finish trades) to effectively install the specified finishes. Design professionals should specify a higher floor flatness rating and/or include an allowance for surface preparation in the project specifications.

Reprinted with permission from the National Tile Contractors Association (NTCA) and Art Mintie, Director, Technical Services, LATICRETE International, Inc.

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