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FAQ

FAQ

Can wood floors be used with underfloor heating?

In principle, all tilo flooring products can be installed with underfloor heating. The existing heating system must, however, be temperature-controlled so that the free surface of the flooring area does not exceed the maximum permissible surface temperature prescribed in the installation manual.

 

How many offcuts have to be taken into account when installing floors?

This depends on the installation type and the room situation. Assuming continuous installation, i.e. with the remainder of the first row starting the second row, it is possible to minimise any offcuts.

 

Which tilo floors are suitable for allergy sufferers?

As allergies can be caused by various substances, which are generally also seen as detrimental to health, we recommend using a sample to test whether or not contact with the product triggers an allergic reaction.

 

Should old flooring be removed prior to installation?

It is important that carpets are removed for technical and hygienic reasons. The extent to which PVC coverings have to be removed depends on the respective situation and the product. Your tilo retailer can offer comprehensive advice regarding this.

 

Do tilo products contain formaldehyde?

We guarantee that tilo Natural floors have no detrimental effects on health. Formaldehyde content in the finished product is below the recommended statutory threshold of 0.1 ppm. No solvents, heavy metals, tin, MDI, TDI, halogens or other pollutants are used in production.

 

Can I install a wood floor in a wet room?

In principle, wooden floors are only suitable for installation in dry rooms. Due to the unique combination of technical modification, the Inline solid parquet Natwood product is suitable for installation in wet rooms in its ash mocca design.

 

How often can wooden floors be polished?

With a wear layer thickness of approx. 3.5 cm and an average layer loss per polish of approx. 0.5-0.7 mm, the floor can be polished a maximum of three times.