License to tile?

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Posted by: from St. Catharines
1/29/2012 at 9:03:34 PM

Hello can you tell me if a license required for someone to lay floor/kitchen tiles? Can someone just go around tiling kitchens and washrooms with out a license?

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Mark from CMJ Renovations in Oakville
Date/Time1/29/2012 at 10:53:57 PM

The answer to your question is no, however when you hire a contractor or a flooring company they are required to have a business license within the town you live, this ensures they are insured and are registered legitametly as a business.

Always asks for several references and ask to see previous work.

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Date/Time2/10/2012 at 4:01:15 PM

Like Mark previously stated, there is no licensing required for tiling other than a business license at your local municipality,

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