What are the Approved Adhesives for the Installation of Gradus Stair Nosings?

Posted by Angela Blair on Nov 23, 2016 7:12:00 AM

Gradus is internationally known for its superior floor coverings and flooring accessories, and their products can take your commercial space to the next level. In order to get the most out of your Gradus solution, it’s important that it’s installed with the appropriate adhesive.

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Topics: Gradus Products, Commercial Product FAQs, Gradus FAQs, Installation, Gradus Grip

How To Use Stay 'n' Place®

Posted by Lewis C McDermott on Oct 17, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Stay ‘n’ Place is a very simple, easy to use product that can be set up in minutes. The whole process takes only a few steps.

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Topics: Installation, Stay 'n' Place, Video

How Long Does It Take To Install Ball Claw?

Posted by Lewis C McDermott on Sep 19, 2016 8:15:00 AM

Ball Claw installation is simple and very quick. On average it should only take you between 3-5 minutes to install Ball Claw. Once installed, Ball Claw can be used right away.  

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Topics: Installation, Ball Claw

How Do I Install Ball Claw?

Posted by Lewis C McDermott on Aug 29, 2016 3:30:00 PM

Wondering how to install Ball Claw? We've put together some simple instructions to illustrate how simple it is to install.

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Topics: Installation, Ball Claw

Do You Offer Any Stair Nosings That Can Be Curved On-Site?

Posted by Angela Blair on Jun 20, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Unfortunately, we do not have any stair nosings that can be curved on site.  Most of our stair nosings can be curved, but we would need a template of the step in order to make the custom radius.

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Topics: Stair Nosings and Edgings, Gradus FAQs, Installation

What is the safe minimum and maximum temperature range recommended when working with Lok-Lift®?

Posted by Sean McDermott on Aug 6, 2015 5:29:00 PM

The Lok-Lift installation system that we manufacture is designed to be used within the Carpet and Rug Institute guidelines. These guidelines, specified under section CRI 102 of its carpet installation manual, state that a room should be 68 degrees, 24 hours before and after the installation, with a relative humidity of 75%.

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Topics: Commercial Product FAQs, Lok-Lift FAQs, Installation