There’s a lot of important technical information that you need to know about resilient flooring products. It affects everything from installation to safe removal of your flooring So, at RFCI, we’re bringing all these technical guidelines together in one place to make it easier for you to access the facts you need, whenever you need them.
Static Load limit testing determines how well flooring withstands and recovers from indentation by heavy objects like household furniture or commercial equipment. A overview can be found in the static load limits section.
Beautiful resilient flooring is the result of proper installation. RFCI member companies have developed detailed instructions for installing each of their flooring products to ensure customers will be satisfied with the finished installation. These installation instruction should be followed closely. To obtain installation installations go to the “Members” section to connect to the flooring company from which a product has been purchased. Member websites will also provide information on the correct procedures which should be followed to properly maintain a flooring product.
If you’re remodeling or otherwise need to take up your current flooring, you’ll want to read over this comprehensive guide on the recommended practices for the removal of resilient flooring. Have tile flooring? Sheet flooring? Stubborn adhesives? Wood underlayment? We’ve got the step-by-step instructions you need to remove your flooring properly.
Resilient flooring – a category of flooring products including luxury vinyl tile, linoleum, rubber and more – has a well-deserved reputation for its impervious surface that is affected very little from surface spills, heavy wet-mopping, and more.
Moisture Control and Resilient Flooring Installation
Recommended Work Practices for Removal of Resilient Floor Coverings
Flooring Surfaces: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accessibility Guidelines
Waterproof Resilient Flooring
Independent White Paper: Bacterial Growth on Vinyl and Polished Concrete
VIDEO: Analysis of Bacterial Growth on Vinyl and Polished Concrete Flooring