Forum Title: Coretec versus skylight
Coretec was installed in t rooms, bot having sky lights. One buckled. The installer replaced the material and was given some adhesive to replace the floor. At some point, maybe during inspection of the of the original flooring, the floor temperature was about 140 degrees. OK, so the new floor was glued this time and the end joints are gapping. The adhesive used I think, was called Ironwood wood flooring adhesive. Whose to blame on this second round? Installer used the adhesive that the flooring shop gave to him for the job.
Category: Flooring Post By: CALVIN SCHULTZ (Hampton, VA), 03/03/2019

Installer. He should have known what glue to use and refused.

- BILLIE DENNIS (Clarksville, TN), 05/21/2019

What if is a correct glue? If it was just between him and the customer, I'd agree. The job failed the second time after the shop gave him that adhesive. Why would a sub working for a shop under these circumstances question the shop? They said re-do the job and here is the adhesive............... go do it. If it was me, I wouldn't subject Coretec to that sunlight a second time if it was that intense. I would have walked.

- KATHERINE ROGERS (Mount Pleasant, SC), 05/13/2019

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