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Moldings are necessary to transition between two different types of flooring (such as linoleum to carpet). There are several different types of moldings for linoleum installations.
Special flooring adhesive made specifically for linoleum installation is used to attach the linoleum to the subfloor.
Many floor experts recommend that you apply 1–2 coats of sealer after installation to further protect the linoleum. There are even sealers available which can help restore already–damaged linoleum. When selecting a sealer, it's always best to use the one recommended by the manufacturer.
Caulk is needed when a linoleum floor is being installed in the bathroom to prevent moisture from penetrating to the sub–floor. Moisture exposure can encourage mold and fungi growth, which can weaken the subfloor.
Underlayments can help prevent moisture damage as well as reduce indoor sound transmission. While some underlayments can do both, others can only do one or the other. The underlayment is installed between the subfloor and the linoleum flooring being installed.
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