Markham Street Bathroom modern-bathroom

Markham Street Bathroom

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August 14, 2014
brianandcarrie wrote:
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Cancork Floor Inc.
Cork does well with humidity. A glue down cork tile is a little bit more stable than a floating floor BUT the glue down tile has issues with moisture in concrete. That means in places like Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina can have problems with high ground level. That means cork glue down tiles become tricky if installing directly to cement slab.

Cork's happy place = Relative Humidity 45% - 65%. It can handle humidity that is higher than this...but the installation becomes a bit more challenging for high/extreme humidity levels.
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April 26, 2013
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We bought ours at Rona
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