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When installing any new product, I recommend that you first read the manufacturer’s installation guidelines and specifications for your application before you begin your project. That will help ensure that your warranty isn’t voided and the project is a success.

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The TileRIGHT MeasureRIGHT Pro 30 is a handy little tool designed to take the guesswork out of cutting complicated angles in tile and other flooring materials.

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A floor is only as good as the subfloor that is underneath it. It is never a good idea to install a new floor over a subfloor that is rotting or otherwise unsound as it can eventually lead to problems and even total failure of the new floor.

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I love dancing and I hate it when a dance floor just doesn’t feel right. There are many opinions about what the correct level of friction coefficient (slip resistance) a dance floor should or should not have. You probably got many answers from your experts as there are many variables that go into it. If your floor finish is worn down to bare wood, that could also be making your floor feeling “sticky.”

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Transitions are the areas where different types of flooring materials meet and butt up against one another. Ideally, flooring transitions are of equal levels. Equal level transitions are the best practice for both safety and aesthetic reasons, because unlevel transitions can create trip hazards and in commercial buildings, are regulated by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Level transitions also look better, as they don’t create focal point on the floor. For the best transitions, proper transition planning should happen before you begin you project. Perfectly level floors are not always possible, especially in remodels or where additions have been added. When unlevel transitions are unavoidable, try to make the height difference as small as possible to reduce trip hazards.

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