We are excited to announce our newest flooring product 2 ft. by 2 ft. tongue and groove Moisture-Resistant High Density Fiberboard Floor Tiles. The tiles are made from high-density fiberboard providing a durable, stunning, easy-to-use option for customizing commercial, residential, trade show and event spaces from the ground up! Any image or design can be applied directly to your floor space and have a UV laminate top surface coating to protect the graphic.
Installation Areas Include:
Business offices: entryways, lobbies, hallways, offices, conference rooms, break rooms
Retail: entryways, sales floor/showroom, checkout, break rooms, dressing rooms, offices, storage rooms
Hotels: entryways, lobbies, hallways, guest rooms, conference rooms, break rooms
Restaurants: entryways, lobbies, hallways, offices
Educational: entryways, lobbies, hallways, offices, classrooms, storage rooms, residence halls, common areas
Multi-Family Housing: entryways, lobbies, common areas, hallways, offices, storage rooms, individual housing units
Vacuum to remove loose dust and dirt.
Damp mop when necessary.
Do not use vacuum beater bars or wet mops.
Wipe up spills as quickly as possible.
Remove scuffs or spots with multipurpose surface cleaner.
Install a mat in entryway or other convenient location to help trap sand and gravel (this will prolong the image life)
Check schematic to be sure you understand the design (NOTE: Your floor design will drive your starting point. You may wish to start in the middle of the room, instead of at a corner, and work outward if your design features a strong central image.) If you are starting in a corner, install first panel with tongue facing room.
It is helpful to use double-sided tape on the back of the panels to create a more permanent first column.
Apply glue to groove of panel being installed.
Place groove onto tongue of first panel.
Continue installing panels up the column.
Immediately wipe up any seeping glue with damp rag.
Making sure sublimation lines up, install next columns of panels.
Joints should always meet at the midpoint of the panel in previous column.
Place a piece of painter’s tape across glued joints to help hold them together as you progress across the room.