Well, it's been a long time coming, but it's here...
I'm referring to the Dimension Stone and Tile Field Guide: Failures Troubleshooting, Investigation and Analysis Reference Manual. This is the must have manual for anyone that works with stone and tile. A lot of work and effort went into the development of this manual, with contributions from my many years of experience as an inspector as well as many other seasoned experts.
The field guide will arm the reader with the tools and information to successfully diagnose failures, including essential forensic testing procedures, charts and illustrations, exhaustive glossary of terms, and current and valuable resources.
Of particular note is the Quick Reference Module Section. Module 1, entitled 40 Common Failures, features up to date, real-world examples of common failures with high-resolution images and how to identify the problem, proven solutions, tips, discussions, and pictorial index. The bonus mobile APP for smart phones and tablets that comes with it will keep the information readily available for the more technologically savvy contractor or professional.
Additional Quick Reference Modules yet to be released include, Wet Area Failures, Countertop Failures, Engineered Stone and Quartz Surfaces Failures, Exterior Failures, Pool and Fountain Failures, Headstones and Monuments Failures, among others.
· Valuable illustrations, charts, tables
· Interactive DVD with voice over presentations
· 40 Common Failures module with pictorial index and mobile app (for Iphones and IPads, tablets, Androids, Microsoft)
· Sample forms and letters
· Mobile APP for smart phones and tablets
Please order before the end of the month to take advantage of introductory price of $279.00. (After July 31st the price will go to $329.00.)
To order, go to www.stpbookstore.com
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