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To protect your cork flooring investment from sub–floor moisture, you
may want to consider a moisture barrier underlayment. If you're installing cork
flooring over a concrete floor at or below ground level, it is always recommend you use some type of moisture underlayment.
When installing cork flooring over a plywood sub–floor, the moisture barrier is suggested but not always required.
Check with your professional flooring retailer and installer and confirm manufacturer recommendations for your specific cork
Glue–down cork tiles will require special flooring adhesive available at your local flooring retailer.
Cork flooring will expand and contract in reaction to humidity and temperature changes, so it is important to leave extra
space along the wall edges during installation. Trims and moldings are used to hide the extra spacing, as well as to create
transitions between rooms.
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