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Old 04-19-2014, 12:24 PM   #1
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Mirage Engineered Wood- Acclimate or not ?


Mirage claims you don't have to acclimate their engineered wood floors even in Florida. The company doing the install is insisting & says it can't hurt anything. He said keep the temperature around 75 and humidity at or under 50% & we'll have no issues. Some times keeping the humidity at or under 50% means we have to drop the AC to 72 or 73 which is cold.

Can anyone with experience tell me what their thoughts are on this?

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Like they said.It sure can't hurt anything.I have never seen any kind of flooring that it was not a good idea to acclimate.It is a fact of nature that wood moves.

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Another quick point.If I was installing you're floor and wanted to let it acclimate and you insisted on putting it in now.Any problems down the road are on you.I'm no longer responsible.
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Why not let it sit for a week?
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Follow the manufacturer's instructions and you shall be fine. Engineered is more stable than solid.
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