Tile Heritage Services & Resources
03/11/19 18:18 Filed in: Tile Heritage Services & Resources
NEED ASSISTANCE? Tile Heritage Foundation has TILE RELATED assistance & resources to offer in diverse arenas thru its Sponsors & Members . . . read more below . . .
TILE INSTALLATION IDENTIFICATION.
The Tile Heritage Foundation offers tile identification services to the public at no charge. Simply email email@example.com with clear, low res images of individual tiles or tile installations along with whatever relevant information is readily available: site (city/state), size, date (approximate), architect/designer if known. If the experts at Tile Heritage are not able to identify the work, your email will be forwarded to others who are likely to know. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 707-431-8453
Note: Individuals may make and appointment to research in the THF archives and library at no charge. Email: email@example.com or call: 707-431-8453
NEED GREAT TILES & MORE?
… visit the Tile Heritage Member Gallery
EDUCATION & CLAY IN THE CLASSROOM:
. . . industry, community and teachers resources . .
STANDARD & CUSTOM CERAMIC TILE Materials Testing:
. . . ANSI Standards, TCNA GREEN INITIATIVE and many other valuable resources . .
DISCOVER ALL THE BENEFITS
OF CERAMIC TILE! your Tile Inspiration & Education Companion!
. . . NTCA University and related valuable resources . .
TILE TRAINING AND INSTALLATION CERTIFICATION:
. . . a resource for finding qualified installers . .
UNION TILE CONTRACTOR RESOURCES:
. . . and technical resources . .
TILE DISTRIBUTOR AND DEALER EDUCATION:
. . . many enrichment resources and valuable links for your home & business . .
A RESOURCE CENTER TO DONATE TILES AND OTHER MATERIALS TO FOR RE-USE :
This super organization matches the “under-resourced with the overstocked.”
DESIGNED TO CREATE EASIER ACCESS
TO TILE & MOSAIC ARTISTS AND RESOURCES:
RESOURCES FOR MOSAIC ARTISTS AND THE PUBLIC
The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts is a dynamic organization that fosters global education and appreciation for the ceramic arts. NCECA’s programs, exhibitions, publications, opportunities and resources inspire advancement of the field.”