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Flooring: Admission of Guilt




By Lewis Migliore

The admission of guilt by definition is a disclosure or confession, as of having made a mistake or done something wrong, a voluntary acknowledgment of a fact or truth; a concession. Admitting that you are responsible for a problem with a product, installation, or specification is an honorable thing. The admission of guilt may not be blatantly obvious or outwardly stated but could be very subtle and non-committal. No one enjoys or wants to admit guilt in a major flooring failure, concern, or issue but they may “admit” there’s an issue or concern if a change was made that can be explained by any number of remarks or statements, verbal or printed.

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The Commercial Flooring Report is provided by Lewis Migliore, president of LGM and Associates, which offers technical flooring services, including help or guidance with a new flooring project or a failure on an existing floor. Contact him at lgmtcs@optilink.us


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posted on 6/8/2018