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Services

Looking for the true floor expert?

At Interior Specifications we take our jobs as floor covering consultations and floor forensics scientists very seriously. Our claim to the title of “floor experts” is what sets us apart from all other companies. An unbiased opinion is difficult to come by in today’s society which is why our team of honest, professional, courteous individuals is so rare. Whether you need advice on safety floor installations or slip and fall analysis, Interior Specifications is the company to call.

 

What We Do

As a member of ASTM, Interior Specifications provides its clients with a variety of professional services that are always accurate, and conform to the latest ASTM standards. We provide a clear understanding of the floor related issues involved in your project, weather it is construction consultation or litigation.

FLOOR COVERING CONSULTANTS
We assist our clients with life cycle studies, value engineering, specifications, purchasing procedures and budgeting. In short, we help our clients decide exactly what type of floor they need and how much they should budget. At Interior Specifications we provide any value engineering that is appropriate for the project.

FLOOR FORENSICS
We take pride in our floor forensics services. When it comes to safety floor analysis and slip and fall investigations, we have the expertise and knowledge to back up all of our claims. If you need evidence for a court case or insurance claim, Interior Specifications is the company that will be ready to tackle any situation.

EDUCATION
At Interior Specifications we believe firmly in the power of education. We offer staff awareness seminars and study papers on products. We also offer information on techniques of purchasing and tricks of the trade. We provide you with the tools you need to make smart decisions and avoid unnecessary floor-related expenses.

 

List of Services

Please consider the advantages of involving Interior Specifications in your decision making process. Below you will find a description of the services and benefits we provide.

As true floor experts, we make sure to offer our customers a full range of specialized services instead of one average service. Our services are as follows:

Complete Diagnostic Evaluations

Interior Specifications will provide, a review of your plans and thoughts on existing and future floor covering needs. This review, by professional consultants, will lead to insights into the future use of the floor covering systems.

A floor covering system is not confined to carpet, as the carpet industry would have you believe. There are many modalities to be considered when evaluating a long term investment in a facility. Interior Specifications is not a carpet sales company.

Depending upon the scope of the project under consideration, the following criteria will be analyzed, and a recommendation will be given for the most practical methods of decision making.

  • Development of replacement/new program
  • Development of remediation/repair program
  • Life cycle cost study
  • Budgeting of repair, or replacement
  • Development of Purchasing/Leasing program
  • Management of labor requirements
  • Development of maintenance program
  • On going inspection and counseling services
  • Recycling program
  • Forensic analysis of failure
  • Appraisal of replacement cost

Life Cycle Cost Study

In the life cycle of a floor covering system there are many factors to be evaluated. The end result of a study into the life cycle cost, is a determination of value.
The obvious consideration is initial cost. The designer has prepared an aesthetic representation that fits the needs of the client. What will this cost? That question cannot be answered by the competitive bid process. In the world of limited distribution, as the carpet industry has become, the competitive bid process is no longer a reliable source for that information.

Expert opinion must be used to establish comparisons for the manufacturers of comparable products, in order to establish a competitive environment. The process where floor covering dealers compete is no longer viable, for medium to high quality materials, there are three spheres of influence.

Effective appearance life is a criteria needed to arrive at a life cycle cost. Who is qualified to make a determination of this quantifiable value? The designer is guided by a wholesale representative. Rarely is the same designer called in at the time the original installation is to be replaced. This is part of the history required to gain a sensitivity of this specific knowledge. Interior Specifications will provide individuals with such specific knowledge.

Cost of maintenance over the effective appearance life is the next factor needed in this study. SCS Systems has a relationship with floor care specialists that will project the costs of all surfaces involved in the project. This factor in itself will lead to a practical financial consideration.

Replacement cost is the final ingredient in this mix of disciplines required for a complete evaluation. Our experts are qualified by the Federal Government to affix life expectancy and replacement cost of time of all floor covering materials.

Budgeting of Repair, or Replacement

Interior Specifications will evaluate all of the operations of the client and its effect on the floor covering. This includes the length of time expected for occupancy. There will be a consideration of the floor coverings influence on the environment that it functions in.

The costs of maintaining the usefulness of the flooring system and the comparison of repair versus replacement will be studied. Using the partnership Interior Specifications has with other service providers, we will look at the time / repairs value and compare it to a life cycle cost of replacement.

Maintenance is a function of the of floor’s performance expectation at the time of selection. An expectation of capital expenditure was projected at the time of purchase. This will be considered in the evaluation. These past expectation will be compared to the reality, and through expert guidance any adjustments in the materials will be recommended with respect to those original parameters as well future expectations.

Value is a function of the relationship between many factors; Economic life expectancy; appearance life expectancy; aesthetic impact on the style of business; impact on the working environment; cost maintaining efficient level of all of the above.

Development of Remediation Program

Given:

The environment to be evaluated in an occupied commercial/ institutional space. It must remain partially functional during the remediation program. Disruption of the work flow must be minimized and predictable.

Method:

Examining the space requires a complete awareness of the mechanical functions of each work station, weather it be a common area, an executive office, a laboratory, a clerical station or assembly position. Each portion of work space has specialty requirements.

Experts from all of the Interior Specifications service providers will be assembled to make determinations for the most valuable solution to the remediation. This will include material manufacturers, maintenance contractors, furniture moving professionals, and contracting project managers. These experts will confer with the client’s design team with the intent of retaining the design integrity created by that design team.

Plans will be developed for scenarios that represent aspects of business that the client can choose from. Knowledge and flexibility will be provided as needed to make the most efficient decision.

Development of Replacement Program

As in the case of remediation, replacement requires a working knowledge of the functions of the business and the space. The Interior Specifications team will work as it did before.

It will be necessary to involve the client’s design team as an integral part of the planning for replacement. We will furnish the designer with the products and services that provide them with as many options as possible.

Replacement like remediation will require import from maintenance and furniture moving professionals. All of the planning will incorporate the functional and budgetary needs of the client. The results of the “Life Cycle Cost Study” will be provided as a guide to value.

Replacement will require financial and functional projections from the client. These will allow the selection process to be narrowed to those products that fit a specialized matrix of value, and design. The Interior Specifications team will guide the design team from a practical and value added prospective.

If the space to be supplied is new, the required consulting by the Interior Specifications may be limited to product specialization, and financial management, which can include long term maintenance and leasing of materials.

Development of Purchasing Program

Once a plan has been selected, Interior Specifications works with the client in the development of purchasing options.

We have resources of short term payment of materials, medium payment for some materials, and a complete leasing package that encompasses the on going care of the floor covering over a period of years while maintaining manufacturer’s long term warranties.

Our leasing provider will develop a plan for the financial convenience of the client to effectively care for the floor covering system in total. Interior Specifications products and services are not confined to the carpet industry. Interior Specifications all encompassing Finance, Warranty, and Maintenance umbrella for the life cycle of all of the floor covering materials used will remove that responsibility from the facilities manager.

Ongoing Services

Over the life of the flooring, Interior Specifications experts will be available, at no charge, for any discussions pertaining to the materials and services that were provided. Our involvement is not limited to the product warranty period, or the state mandated labor warranty period, but for the life of the system.

The expertise needed for all of the facets of floor covering can be provided by Interior Specifications counselors and service providers. As independent floor covering consultants we have access to all of the products the industry has to offer. Additionally, we have access to products and services that are not floor covering, but associated with floor covering, such as Raised Panel Floor Systems, Concrete Admixes, Site testing capacity. Interior Specifications is not a flooring contractor nor a sales organization.

Forensic Examination

A Forensic Examination will provide information that is “Suitable for law court, public debate, or formal argument.”

Interior Specifications is headed by a Diplomate of the American College of Forensic Examiners. He will provide expert information on failure analysis, and appraisal of damages as needed for forensic purposes in a court or insurance claim.

Additionally, a judgment of the equality of like materials, made by a federally certified expert, that will acceptable by a public agency. This is often a position placed upon a designer whom may feel unqualified to pass such a judgment.

Also, with his knowledge of failure he can predict the performance of a floor covering system while it’s in the design stage, He will develop a system that meets the needs of design, end user’s goals, and facilities management efficiencies.

 
 

Summary of Services

The floor covering industry today is based on SERVICE. The carpet manufacturers of the world have developed limited distribution to emphasize this modern approach to a developing industry, as well as control the quality of its service providers.

Interior Specifications holds a prominent place in this industry because, it provides products and services the not only equal the best parts of all the alignments, but furnishes a menu of services that goes beyond any individual floor covering provider. We do not manufacturer any product, but service all flooring materials required, from conceptions assistance to long term finance and maintenance.

  • Development of replacement/new program
  • Development of remediation/repair program
  • Life cycle cost study
  • Budgeting of repair, or replacement
  • Development of Purchasing/Leasing program
  • Management of labor requirements
  • Development of maintenance program
  • On going inspection and counseling services
  • Recycling programs Forensic Examination
  • Expert Witness services (like kind and quality)
  • Appraisal of damage

 

Expertise in Multiple Types of Flooring

Interior Specifications, in conjunction with its manufacturing and service affiliations can offer the consumer, designer, and the general contractor every advantage the newly evolved flooring industry can provide.

Carpet

Carpet ceased to be a luxury item after World War II. Nylon became plentiful, and broadloom sewing machines could sew on backings wider than 54 inches. In a normal year, the carpet industry of the United States produces enough carpet, in 12-foot widths, to wrap the Equator 25 times.

Modern commercial carpet is a blend of several scientific disciplines. The blend of Chemistry, Physics and Mechanics produces materials that are durable, cleanable, long lasting and recyclable. The problem for the Forensic Scientist is one of understanding the manufacturing process and guiding the testing processes (using ASTM and industry standards), when a failure takes place. To complicate the science of carpet, the Forensic Scientist must have an in depth knowledge of the craft of installation, and an understanding of how carpet is used in a commercial environment, whether it is Healthcare, Institutional, or Retail.

This is the uniqueness of Interior Specifications. The years of training by several carpet manufacturers, the exposure to the design process (as a member of the Board of Directors of the Society of American Registered Architects), and 35 years as a licensed floor-covering contractor, has made a complete package.

Interior Specifications has provided expertise in floor covering specification to; Burbank Airport, Baltimore Washington International Airport, Denver International Airport, the University of California at Los Angeles, University of California at Los Angeles and San Francisco Medical Centers, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente, California State University at Northridge, The GAP, Macy’s, Finish Line Stores, Universal Studios, Warner Brothers Studios, Paramount Pictures, Bruckheimer Productions, and many others.

Interior Specifications has provided floor installation specifications to; The Gap, Crate & Barrel, Finish Line Stores, The City of Orange, City of Las Vegas, The California State Contractors License Board, UCLA, USC, Barstow College, California State University at San Luis Obispo, California State University at Long Beach, California State University at Northridge.

For 13 years, Interior Specifications has been the industry expert for carpet failures for the California State Contractors License Board, and the California Attorney General.

In 1994 Kenneth D, Newson was contacted by the Architects for California State College at Northridge. The Earthquake had decimated their dormitories. Could he please write a specification to replace the carpet, the sheet vinyl, and remediate 500,000 square feet of lightweight concrete. He did.

As Forensic Scientists, Interior Specifications is asked to look protocols not only install carpet by use that carpet. Knowledge of adhesives and tools and move-in schedules are part of such an examination.

Interior Specifications has been task with guiding legal council in the pursuit of the truth about a carpet failure. This carpet is less than 1 year old. Loops of pile began to pull out and the carpet began to come apart. Being a high traffic public building, repairs were made with left over pieces from construction.

Interior Specifications was asked Why, Who was at fault, how best to repair. We scoured the construction paper trail; we prepared the laboratory test protocols, and interpreted the results.

Carpet Flooring Assessment

Interior Specifications’ 40+ years of experience in interior design and construction brings an insight to the workings of all of the parts of a floor-covering project.

The complaint was the carpet was rippling due to poor installation. The investigation found that the carpet had an attached cushion, and was glued to the concrete in new offices. There were ripples in the common areas. The construction timeline showed movers arriving 4 hours after the carpet layers were finished. The moves used dollies to bring in furniture. The problem, the instructions that came with the adhesive required a 48-cure time prior to wheel traffic. The documents revealed the truth.

Interior Specifications has been task with guiding legal council in the pursuit of the truth about a carpet failure. This carpet is less than 1 year old. Loops of pile began to pull out and the carpet began to come apart. Being a high traffic public building, repairs were made with left over pieces from construction.

Interior Specifications was asked Why, Who was at fault, how best to repair. We scoured the construction paper trail; we prepared the laboratory test protocols, and interpreted the results.

Interior Specifications’ 40+ years of experience in interior design and construction brings an insight to the workings of all of the parts of a floor-covering project.

The complaint was the carpet was rippling due to poor installation. The investigation found that the carpet had an attached cushion, and was glued to the concrete in new offices. There were ripples in the common areas. The construction timeline showed movers arriving 4 hours after the carpet layers were finished. The moves used dollies to bring in furniture. The problem, the instructions that came with the adhesive required a 48-cure time prior to wheel traffic. The documents revealed the truth.

Wood

Wood Floor Covering has been around almost as long as dirt, and today requires an exacting understanding of the materials, related chemicals, installation protocols, site conditions and the industry standards. Wood flooring products can be found in retail stores, commercial offices, gymnasiums, hotels, museums, and residences.

National Wood Flooring Association

The complexities of wood flooring system are specific to what type of wood flooring, the thickness, the width, the species, and the manufacturing method. Included in this mix are solid woods, engineered woods, cork, engineered grass, and plastic laminates. The variability in site conditions and sub-structures must be in balanced with the floor-covering material.

Wood flooring products are highly sensitive to the presence of moisture. Interior Specifications is licensed to provide all of the required testing related to moisture. This includes ASTM F1869, ASTM F2420 and ASTM F2170, electronic impedance, and bond test evaluations

As a member of the National Wood Flooring Association, Interior Specifications is kept up to date with changes in the industry. Also, Interior Specifications keeps an extensive library of standards and instructions for the installation of these materials. The years of training by wood flooring manufacturers and distributors, the exposure to the design process (as a member of the Board of Directors of the Society of American Registered Architects), and 35 years as a licensed floor-covering contractor, has made a complete package.

Interior Specifications has provided expertise on materials and installation for use in commercial offices, multi-family residential projects, retail stores and athletic facilities, dance studios, and schools. Interior Specifications has provided wood related flooring specifications to, The GAP, Banana Republic, Macy’s, Finish Line, Gymboree, 24 Fitness, Barstow College, City of Los Vegas, City of Orange, City of Huntington Beach, UCLA, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Kirov Ballet, Dance School of the Pacific and The American Institute of Architecture.

For 13 years, Interior Specifications has been the industry expert for wood floor failures for the California State Contractors License Board, and the California Attorney General.

Is this cupping of solid wood due to moisture? NO, it is due to sunlight.

Wood Flooring - Effect of Sunlight

Is this repair acceptable?

Wood Flooring - Questionable Repair

Stone
Marble Institute of America

Throughout history, floors have been constructed using stone. Natural Stone (Dimensional Stone) comes from quarries around the world. There is a multitude of nuance in each stone. As a member of the Marble Institute of America, Interior Specifications maintains an awareness of the factors related to a proper selection, installation and expectation of natural Stone Flooring.

This category of floor covering also includes Ceramic Tile flooring, Engineered Stone Flooring, and Engineered Glass flooring. There is interplay between the Marble Institute of America and the Tile Council of North America. Interior Specifications maintains a relationship with the Tile Council of North America, and blends the discipline of both organizations in preparing an opinion.

Interior Specifications has been called in by Engineered Stone Manufacturers and distributors to investigate installation failures.  These projects were in Hospitality Healthcare and Retail.

The specification of a sub-structure for each product is related to the items dimensions and the site conditions. Interior Specifications address these issues with the eye of the long time contractor. The performance of a stone floor is directly related to the quality of the installation protocol and the contractor’s adherence to that protocol.

As a contractor, Interior Specifications has installed stone flooring in high-rise office building. As a forensic investigator, Interior Specifications has seen stone failures due to varying events.

Interior Specifications is expert in Stone and Ceramic Tile failures.

Engineered Stone:

Engineered Stone

Dimensional Stone:

Dimensional Stone

Vinyl

When speaking of the generic category of Vinyl flooring, Linoleum must be included. The reason for this is that the consumer is unaware of the basic difference between the two. Vinyl floor covering is primarily all synthetic, and linoleum is primarily all natural.

Interior Specifications was first trained by Armstrong World Industries and over the years all of the major resilient floor covering manufacturers and distributors provided in depth training.

Vinyl flooring has several sub-categories, Homogenous Sheet Vinyl, Embossed Sheet Vinyl, Inlayed Sheet Vinyl, Vinyl Composite Tile, Vinyl Asbestos Tile (no longer manufactured), and Solid Vinyl Tile. As a specifier, Interior Specifications works with all of these products, as a forensic investigator, we work with all of them. Linoleum comes in sheets and tiles.

These resilient materials are flexible, colorful, cost effective and terribly moisture sensitive. To properly specify these products, a good knowledge of adhesives and vapor barriers is needed. To properly write an installation protocol, time must be spent detailing the site preparation, and pre-installation inspection and testing.

Interior Specifications has extensive experience in developing the scenario for the proper material selection as well as the appropriate installation protocol for these products. Our work has included 100+ hospital projects, commercial kitchens, retail stores, grocery stores, and warehouses.

Interior Specifications, the forensic investigator, is fully aware of the industry standards. We are licensed to perform several ASTM tests and protocols, including F1869 and F708. Both Kentile and Flintkote retained us to act as the expert in their Vinyl Asbestos Tile litigation.

For 13 years, Interior Specifications has been the industry expert for resilient floor failures for the California State Contractors License Board, and the California Attorney General.

As a Forensic Scientist we have looked at vinyl and linoleum failures across the United States. The standards in F708 may still be met, yet there is an anomaly.

The writing seen on this material is telegraphing from the sub-floor, that has been sanded and floated. The product is homogeneous sheet vinyl.

This kitchen floor is leaking into the floor below. Why? The subfloor is dry-pac, is it appropriate?

Rubber

Rubber flooring this has been traced back to the 12 century. In 1894, Philadelphia architect Frank Fumess patented a system for rubber floor tiles. Rubber flooring evolved and began to be popular in the 1970’s. Today the advantages and values of rubber flooring are coming to the forefront of the facilities specifier. Rubber flooring provides increased R -values for insulation, it provides a higher static coefficient of friction than other common floor covering materials, it is recyclable, and sustainable. Specify it wrong and it’s a nightmare.

There are many proper uses for rubber flooring. Healthcare, Sports Floors, Schools, Transportation, Manufacturing and many others. Caution, your “installation is only as good as the floor you cover”. In other words, proper site testing and preparation are essential.

Interior Specifications, a flooring expert, is fully knowledge in the manners of site testing, sub-floor preparation, adhesives systems, and warranties related to these products. We are experienced in site investigations related to the failure of rubber flooring.

Interior Specifications has worked in the capacity of expert, contractor and specifier for rubber flooring on hundreds of projects. Our clients include major hospital managers, such as Kaiser Permanente, Columbia Medical, Tennant Hospitals, UCLA, UCSF, USC. Hospital developers: McCarthy, and PCL. University facility managers: UCLA, USC, California State University at Northridge, California State University at San Louis Obispo, California State University at Long Beach, California State University at Los Angeles.

Specialty floor covering requires a superior insight into the working of floors, as floor experts, Interior Specifications has such insight. We have brought in where others don’t meet the challenge.

End users and Manufacturers look to Interior Specifications for expertise in rubber flooring. We answer the real mysteries of flooring. Interior Specifications travels from San Juan to Victoria to Honolulu assisting people with flooring issues.

How old is this floor? Should this material be covered by warranty?

Rubber Flooring Issue

Why is the riser cracking?

What is this all about?

Rubber Flooring Issue

Dance & Sport

Do you remember when the school gym floor had a new coat of varnish on it? It would smell, and grip your shoes so they would squeak. That floor was made of solid maple and still is the standard of excellence. The only change is that varnish is considered to be too toxic for such use and new polymer coatings are used.

Today you also have options. If the budget, or the site conditions won’t allow for solid maple there are materials that will work. Materials like solid rubber, sold vinyl, carpet, cork, and linoleum are also in use. That’s the good news. The bad news, like solid maple, they are all moisture sensitive. As a floor-covering expert, Interior Specifications will guide the specifier to the most valuable selection.

Interior Specifications, the specifier has work for several private health clubs, and designed dance floors for The Dance School of the Pacific, and, several religious centers, and the Kirov Ballet of Leningrad.

Interior Specifications, the forensic investigator has handled dozens of sports floor failures. We were brought in by 24 Fitness, Bally’s Fitness, Gold’s Gym, The City of Orange, CA, The City of Huntington Beach, CA, The City of Las Vegas, and The City of Los Angeles, for forensic investigation.

The moisture vapor under this high school sheet rubber gym floor has emulsified.

Dance & Sport Flooring Issue

Why did this Gym Floor collapse?

Dance & Sport Flooring Issue

Interior Specifications was a city’s consultant for this installation.

Dance & Sport Flooring

Concrete

“Oh, if my floor would only wear like concrete!”

This is a fallacy. As concrete cures, a film appears on the top as the aggregate settles toward the bottom. This topcoat is called the “cream coat” Concrete is porous, vapors and thin liquids travel through the pores, often allowing agents to stain. The cream coat doesn’t wear very well or long.

Some of the solutions to making concrete wear better are to seal the concrete, coat the concrete, or polish the concrete. Interior Specifications, the “floor expert”, knows about these processes and guides the specifier to the proper treatment for the project.

Interior Specifications, the Forensic Examiner, is aware if the installation protocols for the treatments and investigates coating failures.

Why is the Epoxy topping de-bonding from the concrete in this factory?

Concrete Flooring Issue

In this case Interior Specifications reviewed the installation protocols published by the manufacturer of the epoxy coating, and looked at the equipment that was actually used. The site was tested for anomalies. The issue was resolved before trial.

Is this floor safe?

Superstore floor

Polished concrete is not a manufactured material. This is a feature created at the site. Also, there are topographically treatments that can be applied to the surface that affect the slip resistance of this floor. There are maintenance procedures that affect the slip resistance of this floor

To answer the question of safety requires a comparison of the construction documents, the literature pertaining to the safety of polished concrete, the national standards of safety created by OSHA and ANSI. The site can be tested using the ASTM F1028 protocol, but can the site really emulate the moment that the safety of this surface was called into question. That usually takes place after a Slip & Fall accident.

Interior Specifications investigates the role of polished concrete in Slip & Fall accidents.

Healthcare

In the years of contracting and specifying, Interior Specifications has found a niche market, one requiring the utmost in for technical expertise. That market is Healthcare.

We have performed in facilities from Manhattan to Honolulu, in over 100 hospitals. We advised on the material selection for several University Medical Centers, Regional Healthcare Centers, and local Doctor’s Hospital. We have worked in Veterinary Hospitals, and Urgent Care facilities.

All kinds of floor covering materials are used in healthcare facilities. Including Wood, Rubber, Vinyl, Linoleum, Carpet, and Sealers. Interior Specifications knows them all.

Today there is a focus on materials that will function well, maintain easily and also be GREEN. Interior Specifications can guide in that materials selection process, as well as develop the proper installation protocol.

Interior Specifications, the forensic scientists have been called into investigations of the truly unusual healthcare floor failures.

What is happening here? I can tell you that it isn’t moisture related.

Healthcare Flooring Issues

What is happening here? I can tell you that the numbers are not on top of the material.

Healthcare Flooring Issues
Moisture

Since the removal of VOC’s and asbestos from floor covering adhesives, the floor failure rate has grown disproportionately to the increase in materials consumed. The “Clean Air Act” and health concerns have made floor-covering materials more susceptible to failure from moisture vapor intrusion.

Interior Specifications is licensed to perform all of the standard moisture vapor intrusion field tests recognized by ASTM and ANSI. We then relate the results of the tests taken to the requirements published by the manufacturers of each material used.

As part of the investigative process, we look at factors that would indicate that moisture vapor intrusion is likely in a given project. Moisture vapor intrusion is possible above grade. Given our familiarity with the current science and materials available, we develop protocols that will eliminate the danger or remediate the damage affected by moisture vapor intrusion.

We have chaired symposiums on moisture vapor intrusion for The Society of American Registered Architects, and the American Institute of Architecture. We have published extensively for the Society of American Register Architects.

Moisture sensitivity must be addressed when floor-covering materials are going to be installed.

Epoxy Topcoat:

Moisture Sensitivity - Epoxy Topcoat

Sheet Rubber Flooring:

Moisture Sensitivity - Sheet Rubber Flooring

Natural Stone:

Moisture Sensitivity - Natural Stone

Vinyl Composite Tile:

Moisture Sensitivity - Vinyl Composite

Engineered Wood:

Moisture Sensitivity - Engineered Wood

Solid Wood:

Moisture Sensitivity - Solid Wood






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