Wagner Meters Offering Free eBook: A Guide for Avoiding Wood Flooring Failures
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Rogue River, OR – Beginning April 2018, Wagner Meters will offer a color eBook for flooring professionals: A Guide for Avoiding Wood Flooring Failures. The Guide will be sent to anyone subscribing to Wagner’s educational flooring newsletter. Both the Guide and newsletter are free and full of educational content.
The 40-page guide covers a wide range of topics – including acclimation, adhesives, finishes, bamboo flooring, engineered flooring, subfloors, and much more. “Wood flooring failures are costly and everyone loses when a floor has to be replaced,” says Jason Spangler, Wagner Meters’ Flooring Division Manager. “Avoiding such failures before, during, and after installation can be tricky. It begins with a thorough understanding of moisture, in the subfloor and floor, and how ambient conditions can affect both. That is the purpose of producing this Guide – educating flooring professionals with relevant, helpful information on how to best prevent moisture-related wood flooring failures,” he adds. Flooring professionals can obtain a free copy of A Guide for Avoiding Wood Flooring Failures by signing up for Wagner Meters’ bimonthly wood flooring newsletter.
Wood flooring failures due to moisture are costly . . . as in roughly $1 billion annually. Avoiding such failures before, during, and after installation begins with an understanding of moisture and how it affects wood or concrete.
Wagner Meters manufactures technologically advanced wood and concrete moisture measurement devices and moisture measurement systems for wood flooring professionals.
Wagner Meters is a family-owned American business that aims to provide solutions in moisture measurement technology that will enhance the quality and value of each customer’s project. With an almost 60-year legacy of innovation, Wagner continues to be a resource for both individual craftsmen and high-performance commercial endeavors.
Last updated on December 4th, 2020