You may not have read about it, but there was a recent case where a several million-dollar lawsuit was filed subsequent to a $36,000 flooring installation project. The plaintiff cited poor installation preparation and subsurface moisture migration.
In the clay soil so typical of Texas, this is a significant issue. The fact is, moisture can create major problems: It can lead to staff health issues if it collects under your flooring, and cause and/or accelerate the growth of mold. The presence of moisture can also lead to premature floor failure.
That’s why you need a team of experienced technicians—like the ones here at Corporate Floors. We automatically perform moisture, PH and/or vapor emission testing so that we know the proper way to prepare the substrate and what setting materials will work best for the given site conditions and the flooring product that’s been selected.
It might interest you to know that our technicians are authorized to make decisions in the field because we know they’ll make the right ones! Superior, ongoing technical training through local programs and national affiliates means they’re the best in the business.
You should also know that it’s one thing to install new flooring properly or to address issues that arise soon after it’s gone down. But it’s a totally different story when a couple of years have gone by, there’s a thousand cubicles and employees in your workplace and you discover a problem like moisture accumulation.
Don’t gamble with your floors! Corporate Floors uses only certified testing with industry recognized CaCl. If a problem is found, then Koester products are used to mitigate these moisture problems.
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