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  • Why Wood Floors Fail in February

    Many wood flooring companies dread calls from their clients in February telling them that their wood floors are cupping and cracking and even delaminating. February is the most likely month to get these sort of calls. Why? Wood floors expand and contract as they absorb and then lose moisture to the environment. Floors tend to pick up moisture through the summer and then lose moisture in the winter months when heating systems are being used. By February lots of floors reach the limit of the amount of moisture that they can lose and start to have gaps open up between...

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  • Latest Video about Fidbox

    This YouTube video shows how wood floors and the Fidbox help regulate room climates for humidity, temperature and energy use. Video Link Here

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  • Kahrs commercial warranty for Wood Floors

    Kahrs UK have recently added Fidbox to their product range as part of their commercial warranty arrangements. The details have been uploaded by Kahrs to the RIBA product selector website at the following link: RIBA Product Selector. Kahrs say "Fidbox will monitor and present a comprehensive report of what is happening to your floor without you having to be there. Monitor your Investment - While you are not there, with Fidbox." The Fidbox specification is now available within the Kahrs NBS specifications.  

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  • Fidbox to be Guest Speaker at FEP Annual Meeting

    Fidbox has been invited to be a guest speaker at the Federation of European Parquet Industry (FEP) Annual meeting taking place in Malaga, Spain on June 6th,2014. The Fidbox V5 and future developments will be introduced to the leading European manufacturers.

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  • Fidbox in Nashville Tennessee

    Fidbox will be exhibiting at the National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA) Wood Flooring Expo that is taking place in Nashville, Tennessee from 16th until 18th April. If you are going to be there please ask for my colleague George Butler.

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