The Stone and Tile Troubleshooting program is a full 4 days with the certification test on the last day. Class size is limited. The cost of the course is $2500 per person.
To register, contact Fred Hueston directly at 321-514-6845.
This is an advanced course about how to use troubleshooting and inspection to diagnose stone and tile failures. Students will learn about the entire life cycle of stone, from geological formation and quarrying and slab production to fabrication and installation, as well as post-installation problems and solutions like repair, restoration, stain removal, and slip resistance. From gaining an understanding of the structure of different kinds of stone and materials to physical and chemical testing, and much more, students gain a higher understanding of stone as a renewable surface material. Armed with this knowledge, students can gain the confidence to write reports and offer expert witness testimony.
Many restoration and installation contractors, architects, building engineers, maintenance staff, and other professionals who deal with stone and tile installation and restoration have benefitted from this comprehensive course.
"To all the contractors and specifiers that ever wanted to know why floors fail or what should be done to prevent a failure, take Fred's in-depth flooring forensic class for all the answers. This class will forever change the way you approach and solve design and installation problems. I personally took this class in 2006 and it has help me solve some major issues in the field and project still in design. Try it out you won’t regret it!"
Throughout the lessons, students can post lesson specific questions through the lesson discussion panel and instructors will provide feedback. Students will also have access to on-going support through the Community of Practice (CoP) Discussion Group. Many other valuable support resources are available as well.
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