Experience with Allure & Allure Ultra?
I am researching putting either Allure resilient flooring, or the more expensive Ultra line in a seasonal cabin. Halstead (the manufacturer) told me that they don't recommend installing it (either of the two) where it is not lived in year around (read: heated) My location may get down to the low 30's a few times in the winter, it is at 4000 ft in Northern CA. I don't really want to leave the heat on, while not there for weeks at a time. Also, there are frequent power outages in the winter, so the forced air heating would be unreliable.
My question: Has anyone else installed in a similar environment, and have some experience good or bad. I'm not sure what Halstead means when they don't "recommend". Are the just covering their a__, or will it certainly fail (buckle, separate, etc.). This is not an extreme climate, it never gets down into the teens. I am on a wood subfloor, not on concrete. Thanks
Last edited by leftoutdoors; 10-19-2011 at 12:09 AM.
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