Laminated Flooring in Winter


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Old 09-26-05, 09:13 AM
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Smile Laminated Flooring in Winter

Hi all: Just purchased a cottage in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. The cottage has laminated flooring throughout. The building is on blocks, with a plywood skirt around it. The winters can get down to about -40F. The floor has vapor retardant foamlike material. There is no other insulation beneath the floor.

Now the question is, do I need to keep any heat in the cottage during the winter. If yes what is the lowest temperature that it should be set at

Thank you

Bernie
 
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Old 09-27-05, 09:53 AM
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Do you still have the specification paperwork the came with your flooring?

Read the part about maintaining constant temperature and humidity levels year around, or expect problems.
 
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Old 09-29-05, 08:30 PM
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Floor covering products tend to perform best if temperature and humidity are maintained year round at constant levels. Temperature and humidity should be at occupancy levels for best performance.
 
 

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