|Manufacturer||Raimondi Tools USA|
|Item Weight||14.6 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||12.56 x 6.5 x 2.09 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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If you're a tile installer, you're well aware of how difficult it is to properly set flexible, large format, heavy, or low-thickness tiles because, often times, the floor foundation is uneven and/or contains imperfections. Tiles that seemed uniformly leveled while first installing them can show differences as the tile adhesive sets, compromising the overall aesthetics of your initial hard work. With the Raimondi Leveling Spacers, this potential is no longer a threat to your perfect tile project. In addition to ensuring the proper leveling of tiles, this system helps speed the tile setting process.
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Truth is, they are worth not attacking them at a vertical angle like you would with just the floor pliers. In fact, I find myself grabbing both sets during floor and wall installs.
For instance you could find yourself between the end section of baseboard heat and the wall. Being able to come in from above has made these worth it just for that one random scenario.
If you want to make a decent living in this trade, those are the little details that make the difference, between getting referred (working everyday) vs a complaint about an uneven tile and no referral.
Side note: I didn't have the luxury of finishing the job in one day. In fact it took me weeks with the complicated tile dimensions and cuts. The system still worked but I needed to spend extra time making sure the last row was perfectly level. Better to try and do the job in one day IMO
In my mind, worth the money with how easy it makes installation.
By J. Bray on May 3, 2021