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Cynthia Perrone

Thank you. I appreciate the response. Yes, hindsight is 20/20 we are paid in full.

   
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Andrew Blanchette

The way to fix this is to carefully smash out the offending tile with a hammer, scrape out the thin set or adhesive.

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Cynthia Perrone

thank you. I had the contractor come back and do just that!

   

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