Due to the success of its CPD programme, BAL are launching nationwide tiling surgeries at architectural practices across the country.
These sessions offer architects, specifiers and design teams in-house technical support with tile and stone advice or a simple Q & A session on any aspect of tiled installations..
With more than 50 years’ heritage of providing specifications and technical support to architects, specifiers and contractors, BAL is well placed to ensure that tiling projects run smoothly from design stage to completion.
Stuart Ross, Head of Specifications at BAL, commented: “We have listened to the feedback and recognise the growing demand from architects and designers for opportunities to focus on particular types of advice when it comes to current project work.”
“This might include focused topics such as British Standards for waterproofing or suitability of substrates. Our team of experts are now going to be on hand for architects and specifiers to discuss tile and stone installations of all kinds outside of the learning environment and in the comfort of their practice”.
“This will run alongside our successful CPD programme whilst complementing some of the additional services we provide to specifiers”
BAL has a number of free tools available to architects and specifiers to assist them from project start to completion including M40 NBS Specifications and on-site project support.
Specifiers and architects can also take advantage of BAL’s free and dedicated Technical Advisory and Specification Service (TAS) for technical queries and Sample Testing Service to ensure the correct selection of tiles and fixing products during the specification process.
BAL can provide a solution for any background, environment or tile material and is trusted throughout the industry for its quality and lasting performance.
To book tiling surgery at your practice: https://www.bal-adhesives.com/specifiers/book-a-tiling-surgery/
For more information on BAL and their services for specifiers visit www.bal-adhesives.com/specifiers or call 01782 591120.