FAQ

Why is My Concrete Floor Sweating Under the Carpet?

On concrete floors, the common reason for “sweating” under the carpet is condensation, especially in warm weather. When warm air comes into contact with the cold concrete, it condenses, causing wetness. Sometimes you will not notice it if you have your room well ventilated because it evaporates. However, in areas covered by the carpet, the …

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How to Fix Gaps on Hardwood Flooring?

Like most materials, hardwood flooring expands and contracts with changes in humidity to form gaps. It expands in low humidity and contracts in high humidity.  Other factors that cause gaping in hardwood are: Milling errors. Poor installation of your hardwood flooring. Weather changes. Loss of moisture content in your hardwood flooring. Radiant heating.  Indoor humidity …

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