Thanks for the help. Yea, I do have a question.
Our house had carpeting throughout, when we moved in. This last year, we removed most of the carpeting after we found hardwood beneath. The dining room, which was added later, does not have hardwood. It only has two layers of fiberboard. The fiberboard, when we removed the carpeting, has thin gluey blue layer from the carpet padding.
Some friends gave us some leftover Cork tiles. They are a foot square and are thin, only maybe 3/4'' thick. I believe they are intended for gluing.
Our dining room has two doors leading into it; both are in the same corner of the room. One leads from the garage and the other from outdoors. In addition, the diningroom also has two sliding glass doors to the deck.
I am concerned about moisture warping the tiles if we choose to use them. Previously, there was linoleum tile where the doors are.
Our "plan" has been to put in new linoleum, or tiles for a threshhold beneath the doors. The rest of the dining room would be these glued down tiles.
My wife and I really like the idea of cork flooring.
Has anyone had found any issues, or see any pitfalls with using cork flooring around an entry way? Also, we live in Minnesota, where snow gets tracked in, etc.
THANKS! for any assistance offered.