The factors that go into deciding which setting material will perform optimally with your chosen flooring are varied and crucial. It is vital that the right setting material be used for the right flooring product. Different types of floor coverings require different kinds of setting material to be installed properly, and using the wrong one can severely decrease the lifetime of your flooring, or even ruin the material during installation. The type of subfloor in your home is equally important. Concrete, cement and wood subfloors require setting materials to be as varied as those for different types of floor covering. These subfloor materials result in differing level of humidity beneath the flooring, and must thus be taken into account.
Too much humidity can keep a setting material that isn’t meant to be used in such circumstances from curing properly, resulting in flooring that peels up over time. Humidity that is too low can cause certain kinds of setting material to become brittle and crack, also resulting in failure that will destroy the durability of your floor. Knowing which setting material will work the best for your circumstances is vital to having a long-lasting, attractive floor.
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