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Can anyone explain this statement to me

Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by Hotwire, 8 Nov 2005.

  1. Hotwire

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    This is from a communication recieved during a long running insurance dispute, but what does it mean does it have a meaning or is it just waffle. It is about wall tiles

    He advised that as the tiles are vertical and as long as they are sealed correctly there should not be a problem.

    What does this guy mean by vertical in the statement. Its got me baffled.
     
  2. madfunkymonkey

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    it is a strange statement . is it and insurance claim to a water leak or subsidence .?
     
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    Its about putting tiles on a newly built partition wall. I dont want to go into the full details as its a long story. It certainly is a strange statement though.
     
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    It's a fine example of someone who doesn't know what He's talking about, trying to sound like He knows what He's talking about.
     
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    I was coming to that conclusion as well Mudster :LOL:
     
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