When we think of upholstery we typically think of furniture such as chairs. We see how nice the upholstery looks on the furniture we sit on, and even automobiles and recreational vehicle seats are getting more customized. So what about stairs?
From warehouses to retail showcases to grocery stores and beyond, polyurea is a growing alternative to traditional epoxy, silicone, and polyurethane materials to fill and seal concrete slab control joints.
Many projects today call for ever-increasing tile sizes, many of which are rectangular shapes such as 12" x 24", 18" x 36", 24" x 48" and larger, creating difficulties for the installer when bonding the tile to the substrate.
Bill Lepito is principal of Certified Floor Covering Consultants (CFCC), a nationally-recognized firm that specializes in moisture testing for concrete substrates and forensic flooring failure investigations.
In the January/February issue of FCI, we speak with installation products manufacturers about their latest luxury vinyl adhesives, whether or not an underlayment is needed and how to install WPC floors.