Truth or Consequences: With Floorcoverings, Words Don’t Make It So
February 15, 2019 - Flooring
By Lewis Migliore
Sometimes I think we’re living in the land of make believe in the flooring industry because you hear so much noise about things that supposedly are, but really aren’t. Beliefs that have no basis in fact. Things that want to be believed because someone thinks they’re so. Things that there’s no explanation for — things that have an explanation, but the explanation has no basis in fact. On the other side of the coin is the truth of why a problem exists that no one wants to believe. Or a failure that’s occurred that supposedly shouldn’t have, because, “we tested the substrate and the numbers said it was ok to proceed and the manufacturer told us so.”
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