Residential construction work scheduling practices, when implemented poorly, produce less that optimum results and a tile installation conflict between craftsmen. It is typical for general contractors in Port St. Lucie to have trim carpenters scheduled to finish their work before tile setters start floor tile installation. That practice is problematic.
Although there are reasons for such schedules, the practice often results in increased work and aggravation for tile setters and produces floor tile installations less than perfect. From the tile setter’s point of view, this is an old argument that rears its ugly head too frequently.