Tile Adhesives
TAL is a leader in tile and construction adhesives with a track record of more than 40 years in South Africa. TAL specialises in tiling installation materials, tiling tools, construction solutions and is renowned for the quality of its products...
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today3 May 2011

Tiling academy boosts artisan skills

The Norcros SA Tiling Academy in Olifantsfontein, Gauteng, opened its doors in 2006. It is the first institution of its kind in South Africa to offer a formal tiling qualification and it aims to address the absence of an officially recognised training course for tilers in South Africa’s construction industry. Since its inception the academy has equipped 120 learners with tiling and entrepreneurial skills. 
today29 Nov 2016

TAL's on-site service offering ensures long-term tile installation success

TAL’s on-site service offering includes; product demonstrations, on-site training, site inspections and reporting As part of its value-added service offering, tile and construction adhesives market leader TAL offers comprehensive on-site services.
today8 Nov 2016

TAL attends largest global tiling and sanitaryware fair in Italy

As part of its drive to introduce the latest international trends to the local market, leading construction and tile adhesive specialist TAL attended Cersaie 2016 in Bologna, Italy from 25 to 29 September.
today17 Jan 2017

TAL: Seven steps to successfully install glass mosaics onto a shower floor

TAL’s rapid-setting Marblefix adhesive is ideal for installing mesh-backed glass mosaics onto a shower floor, as it is light in colour. For centuries, mosaics have provided a beautiful decorative element to all types of structures. Shower mosaics are particularly popular, and this article provides useful tips and guides from TAL on how to apply glass mosaics to a shower floor.
today1 Dec 2014

TAL reports on Cersaie 2014

Local tile and building solutions manufacturer TAL attended Cersaie 2014 and the fair highlighted that wood-look tiles are still very much in fashion and that tiles are still increasing in size.