We are seriously considering installing this product in a new room addition we recently finished. The room is what we call our sun room, or a 4 season room. It has a new concrete floor so we would not be installing it over any existing flooring. Our question comes when we try to determine if this flooring will be a good choice for this room as, we at this time, have no intention of heating or air conditioning this room. Our temeratures here reach sub zero in the winter and 100 degrees in mid summer. Does anyone have any experience regarding this application?
planks can be frozen without damage.
Our adhesive can get down to 15 degrees
Fahrenheit (or -10 degrees Celsius).You can
allure in the freezer, I don’t know why
you would, but be our guest. allure can
take the heat and definitely can stay in the
kitchen — but if you let your home get over
95º F for an extended period of time, you
will damage the floor and melt the
From the installation instructions
"I'm twisted, not sick. Sick implies, I'll get better"
Installing since 1973