Ridgeline Mink Protuff Glue Down Vinyl Remnant 6298 by Armstrong has depth and texture. The layered construction and protective finish make it durable and long-lasting. Additionally, fiberglass sheet vinyl is designed for increased comfort and easier installation. Armstrong is the ultimate in scratch protection. Hence, It gives you peace of mind no matter what life throws at it. Also, Armstrong is unmatched in durability. It has a long-lasting wear layer known as Master Shield.
Glue-down flooring material involves the application of using an adhesive to the concrete base. The installation technique allows the flooring to have great dimensional stability. Sheet Vinyl has two types of adhesive. Hard Set Adhesive is the first. It is used for heavy loads and foot traffic. Therefore, it reduces the appearance of indents. The second adhesive is Pressure Sensitive Adhesive. It is the most used because it is more versatile and easier to replace. In this case, you can either glue it down or lose lay it.
Most chemical exposure in people occurs through the air we breathe in our homes, offices, schools, and other indoor environments. These chemicals are used in manufacturing many of our everyday products. Studies show that many of us spend as much as 90% of our time indoors. If you are breathing poor quality air, you could be facing a higher risk level for a variety of health problems. Studies by the EPA have found that VOCs are common in indoor environments. The levels may be up to a thousand times higher than outdoors. Some may produce objectionable odors at low levels. But others may have no noticeable smell. VOCs can cause several irritants like headaches, throat irritation, and dizziness. Long-term exposure may lead to more serious illnesses.
Floor Score Certified is the most recognized indoor air quality certification standard for hard surface flooring materials, adhesives, and underlayment. A third party conducts tests and measures the risk of airborne chemicals that are referred to as Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs). Products bearing the Floor Score Certification have met a stringent indoor air quality emissions criterion. So, what does that mean to you? It means that your family can breathe easier. Therefore, you should keep Floor Score Certification in mind when shopping for floors.
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