Technical information at your fingertips
There’s a lot of important technical information that you need to know about resilient flooring products. It affects everything from installation to safe removal of your flooring So, at RFCI, we’re bringing all these technical guidelines together in one place to make it easier for you to access the facts you need, whenever you need them. Just follow the links below for more information on these technical issues:
The truth about indentation and resilient flooring
Static load limit testing determines how well flooring withstands and recovers from indentation by heavy objects like household furniture or commercial equipment. This brief overview of static load testing is aimed to help ensure end users of resilient flooring products have clear and realistic expectations for indentation resistance and recovery.
Static Load Limit Testing Of Resilient Flooring Products
Installation explained means installation done right
Beautiful, safe resilient flooring is the result of proper installation. So, if you’re looking for installation guidelines, under floor preparation tips, or recommended safety practices, we’ve got just the articles to get you started.
Recommended Installation Practices for Homogenous Sheet Flooring
Recommended Installation Practices for Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT)
Need to remedy a mold or moisture problem?
Mold and the problems it can cause are a source of relevant and legitimate concern for both residential and commercial property owners. We want you to know the right remedies to solve your mold and moisture issues.
Proper removal of resilient flooring
If you’re remodeling or otherwise need to take up your current flooring, you’ll want to read over this comprehensive guide on the recommended practices for the removal of resilient flooring. Have tile flooring? Sheet flooring? Stubborn adhesives? Wood underlayment? We’ve got the step-by-step instructions you need to remove your flooring properly.
Recommended Work Practices for Removal of Resilient Floor Coverings