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S. cities over the course of a year. Contrary to researchers’ expectations, children with carpet in their bedrooms did just as well as children who had hard surface floors, according to the Carpet and Rug Institute. “CRI’s position is based on a body of sponsored as well as independent research, but the Inner City study is significant in that it comes from the medical community,” said Werner Braun, CRI president. , and Tingle Floors, based in Lee’s Summit, Mo. All County Flooring Supply will cover New Jersey, New York City and southern counties in New York.
1, 2012, to certify their products to NSF/ANSI 140 Gold Level in order for their carpets to be considered for purchase through the GSA. The move is part of GSA’s overall Sustainable Acquisition Goals, which mandate that 95 percent of all purchases made through the agency must meet sustainability requirements by the end of the year. “GSA recognition of NSF’s American National Standard for Sustainable Carpet in their purchasing specifications reflects positively on all the stakeholders who came together, from regulatory, industry and consumer organizations, to develop NSF/ANSI 140,” said Jane Wilson, director of standards for NSF International.
If I am there to see it, it means it didn’t work. Thin ceramic tile, stone, and glass are not structural products; they are surfacing units. They must be equally supported over their entire surface area. I would The cause: Thinset applied excessively thick (causing shrinkage) over a smooth non-absorbent steel troweled concrete slab. The solution: The common areas of the school will require complete replacement. Glass tile has also experienced many changes. In the early years it was highly unusual to see anything other than the traditional 3/4” tesserae cast glass type product.
National Floor Trends June 2011 by Jeff Golden