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    Hi - any have a good tile installer that I can use in the Sosua area?

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    I'm a former resident of Sosua and suggest you look for Tony from Sabaneta de Yasica...Very pleased with his work.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by buggabagang View Post
    Hi - any have a good tile installer that I can use in the Sosua area?
    Call Ramona Valdez, administrator of El Neptuno in Sosua, on Monday and ask her for name and phone number of the person we use. He is very good. You can tell her that I suggested you call. Her phone is 809-571-2664

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    Blaine & Dennis CDN US expats are doing reno's. Well qualified and experienced. 809-297-0005

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    The name of the tiler used at El Neptuno is Enrique. He has done work for us at our house and we cannot find any flaw in his work - it is perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retiree View Post
    The name of the tiler used at El Neptuno is Enrique. He has done work for us at our house and we cannot find any flaw in his work - it is perfect.
    Yes, Enrique is the installer. Ramona can give him the phone number if he calls her.

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    referrals/// IN Santiago one hotel that is fairly new, the new lobby was ripped out.. then put back... and now it is being repaired again....Of course they probably used the same installers.
    Of course they are Dominicans

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    Quote Originally Posted by rescatara View Post
    referrals/// IN Santiago one hotel that is fairly new, the new lobby was ripped out.. then put back... and now it is being repaired again....Of course they probably used the same installers.
    Of course they are Dominicans
    Another case of 'you get what you pay for?'

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    My husband's uncle is a builder and has built many homes in Cabarete, Sosua, Cangrejo, Montellano, POP, areas etc. He and his team of workers do excellent work and have contracts for many businesses and homes in the area. I have seen firsthand the ceramic work he does and it's top-notch. My father does building and ceramic work in Canada and has also seen his work and thought it was excellent quality. He's reasonable and trustworthy. I will send you a PM with the contact info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rescatara View Post
    referrals/// IN Santiago one hotel that is fairly new, the new lobby was ripped out.. then put back... and now it is being repaired again....Of course they probably used the same installers.
    Of course they are Dominicans
    What do you mean with that? Low quality workers can be Americans, Canadians, Haitians, Dominicans or Brazilians. What's up with the "of course they are Dominicans" line

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