V-vo Middleton
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  • kick C
    kick C 5 months ago

    Worth watching as we’re currently on tile selection for a new pool and I’ve heard about mosaics popping off and wasn’t sure of how to prevent that other than not using mosaics. Any chance I can get my hands on one of those measures? T.I.A

  • ryan Langston
    ryan Langston 7 months ago

    great video keep them coming

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      V-vo Middleton 7 months ago

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  • ryan Langston
    ryan Langston 7 months ago

    pool step edges and corners, and tiling a pool radius

    • ryan Langston
      ryan Langston 7 months ago

      I meant to say a video on pool step edges and corners, and tiling a pool radius would be great. your videos are really good. I am a pool builder in Sydney.

    • V-vo Middleton
      V-vo Middleton 7 months ago

      is that what you mean ?

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  • ryan Langston
    ryan Langston 7 months ago

    great video mate! kepp them coming

  • Fluid Dynamics Pool & Spa Inc

    Can you talk about how long one needs to wait until the plaster is installed and the pool is filled up... can the pool be filled just a few days later?

    • V-vo Middleton
      V-vo Middleton 7 months ago

      Thanks David for the good question, my understanding is that Normally 21-28 days after the last tile in installed you can fill, but seek advice from adhesive manufacturer. Plaster is normally filled 24hour after installed, making sure 21 days has gone buy to allow for curing of glass adhesive/grout/waterproofing. Tenting is strongly recommended for all stages.

  • Swimming Pool Company
    Swimming Pool Company 7 months ago

    Knocking the ridges down is the hardest part for me.

  • V-vo Middleton
    V-vo Middleton 7 months ago

    I forgot to thank Paul Robbins of Ceramic Tile Supplies in Wangara ctsupplies.com.au/

  • Steven Campbell
    Steven Campbell Year ago

    This set of videos is needed to show the differing aspects of glass mosaics. Thank You Ian, ( V-vo).

    • V-vo Middleton
      V-vo Middleton Year ago

      Yes, often the subtle differences make all the difference. :) Thank you so much for your support. I'm trying to make a difference, albeit subtle. :)

  • Anthony Hansen
    Anthony Hansen 3 years ago

    Nice work. Which Bisazza tile is this?

  • FlexStitch
    FlexStitch 3 years ago

    Great Job, it looks awsome

  • matt beck
    matt beck 6 years ago

    thanks for a great insite to such a creative swimming pool done by skilled tradies. shame you didn't get earlier to see the start of the tiling. hope to see the finished pool.

  • Varx Marketing
    Varx Marketing 6 years ago

    Great job Iain! Your looking good.

  • David coulson
    David coulson 8 years ago

    GREAT WORK MATE !! KEEP THEM COMMING

  • Varx Marketing
    Varx Marketing 8 years ago

    WOW! good stuff. I love your work and when I build a pool you will be the one!