Hello! Chances are, if you’re reading this post you are either a current UofCTS student, thinking about becoming one, or just someone who loves ceramic tile and stone as much as we do.
We realize that there’s a lot to know about tile and stone, and there are many issues that can arise when selling, installing or caring for these products. While much of what you will encounter is covered in our online courses, we know that special cases do occur. So it was important to us to create this blog as a means to encourage questions and discussions.
We will also post information like useful selling tips, installation tips, industry standards, case studies, testing standards, training issues, industry events and other fun stuff regarding tile and stone.
The views expressed in the UofCTS blog do not represent the views of the UofCTS or affiliated companies. The UofCTS will moderate comments, and we reserve the right to exclude any offensive or irrelevant posts. Please review the following guidelines before you post:
- All discussions and shared links must clearly relate to the ceramic tile and stone industries.
- Discussions should advance the professional development of ceramic tile and stone professionals.
- Be professional, kind, polite and respectful of others.
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We look forward to interesting discussions that will benefit the ceramic tile and stone industry as a whole!