Tranquility 5mm Poole Harbor Burnished Oak Click Resilient
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Q:How do you care for this flooring?
Q:could i use this product in the same room as a woodburning stove?
A:Yes as long as the stove has proper clearances (heat protection to protect sorrounding products).
Q:Tranquility 5mm Poole Harbor Burnished Oak Click Resilient
A:TRANQUILITY planks are scratch resistance, not scratch proof. TRANQUILITY Resilient Flooring is recommended for use in humidity areas, full bathrooms, steam rooms, and saunas. Ensure air-flow, ventilation. You can find complete installation instructions on the product page by clicking on the specs tab and then clicking on - Installation Guide.pdf Thank you for writing in.
Q:In a basement, can I install directly to concrete? Do I need a subfloor?- the sales person suggested it.
A:TRANQUILITY may be installed with or without an underlayment.
Q:Does this plank have texture?
A:This product question would be better answered by our Sales Department, they are more familiar with all of our flooring products and can better assist you with your questions.
Q:Hi, can this vinyl click plank be installed over a radiant heated concrete slab floor? Will it conduct heat through it similar to ceramic tile or will it act as an insulator, thereby losing a lot of the radiant heating generated by the heating cables embedded in the concrete slab?