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Is there a concern about formaldehyde or other toxins in either engineered wood or laminate flooring? I am thinking of replacing tile floor.

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 26, 2012 01:01 AM
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I live in California and I read there are now some new certifications. Which of these 2 types of flooring would be safest? Also, the tile was laid 30 years ago. Is there a toxin in the adhesive used then that will now be circulated in the air?




 

 

I live in California and I read there are now some new certifications. Which of these 2 types of flooring would be safest? Also, the tile was laid 30 years ago. Is there a toxin in the adhesive used then that will now be circulated in the air?

Let’s start with the existing tile to be removed. You did not mention what type of tile you have, whether it a resilient floor tile or ceramic tile.

There are two concerns...



 

 

 
 
 

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