To simultaneously protect budgets, deadlines and product warranties, planning ahead is critical. This means ‘Scope of Work’ (who is responsible for what on site) must be clearly understood in advance so that the Construction Manager and Flooring Contractor have accurately covered their work scope in their initial bid for the work and can subsequently afford (based on original bid) to work together throughout the build. This way deflected, curled slabs can be properly managed before floor coverings are scheduled, correct ASTM moisture testing requirements can be budgeted and factored into the schedule, surface prep reviewed understood and managed properly and indoor ‘service’ conditions provided prior to and during installation. With these four items properly specified, understood by all involved and planned for, installers can do the work they are trained to do and clients will stand a better chance of getting the flooring they expect... on budget, on time and with warranty intact. Specify the NFCA Floor Covering Reference Manual. Call 1.604.371.0137 for details. Or go to www.nfca.ca
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