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Dijon Home & Flooring

Posted 27/11/2013

Solid wood planks must not be installed in areas where splashing shower water may get onto the floor. Standing water will permeate into the wood and can lead to permanent damages. Solid wood planks should not be installed in permanently moist rooms or wet surroundings (saunas, bathrooms etc.) because the danger of penetration with moisture can never be ruled out completely. If solid wood flooring is supposed to be installed in a bathroom, it is important to make sure that it is not installed in areas subject to splashing water (i.e. from shower, bathtub, lavatory or sink) and that the relative humidity in the room stays within the normal range between 50 and 65% continually, any formation of puddles and moisture penetration must be avoided all around the corners of the room, for the joints as well as the whole flooring area.



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