Pender County, NC new home builder Mark Johnson Custom Homes would like to share a press release posted on earlier this month. The National Tile Contractors Association has launched Tile-TV, a new tool to enhance the experience of its active tile and stone contractor members and other industry professionals to utilize online. Below is an excerpt of their press release and to read more, click here!

“Non- members can contact the NTCA for a copy of the most recent episode as well as to find out more information on advertising, sponsorship and subscription. Starting in January, Tile-TV will also be emailed to 8,000 NTCA email subscribers.

With each new episode of Tile-TV the NTCA will present a monthly survey of its contractor base to create a dialogue between its staff of highly-trained in-house technical experts and tile and stone installers around the country. Every member is encouraged to visit the site and click on Tile-TV to provide input and feedback on this monthly topic. The results are posted on a two-episode lag and designed to keep all members in the know with regards to the latest news, information, and other industry updates.

“Tile-TV was created to keep our members in the loop,’ said Bart Bettiga, executive director of the NTCA. ‘New technologies, sustainability topics, association news and so much more are covered in each episode. Members can reach out to their employees, other associates and even customers by simply emailing the link to them.’”

Pender County, NC remodeler Mark Johnson Custom Homes encourages you to take advantage of State Farm Insurance Company’s Seasonal Home Maintenance Tips available on their website. Below are their Winter Tips and for more information on these and more, click here!
  • Remove screens from windows and install storm windows
  • Clean out gutters and downspouts
  • Store firewood at least 30 feet away from your home
  • Familiarize responsible family members with the gas main valve and other appliance valves
  • Clean the clothes dryer exhaust duct, damper and space under the dryer
  • Make sure all electrical holiday decorations have tight connections
  • Check the attic for adequate ventilation
  • Clean the kitchen exhaust hood and air filter
  • Check the water hoses on the clothes washer, refrigerator icemaker and dishwasher for cracks and bubbles
  • Test all ground-fault-circuit-interrupter (GFCI) outlets

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